While being able to provide some tools and materials, it would be great if every jammer brings additional equipment along. Here are a few suggestions …
Joining a jam weekend puts you in a unique fast forward mode. Yet you can only move as fast as your environment allows you to – hence location is key. Therefore we are happy to have Service Innovation Labs hosting the jam.
Has it really already been a year? Well, it Look like, as the next Global Service Jam is just around the corner and Berlin will of course not miss any of the jamming-fun. The jam starts March 7th and ends March 9th …
What’s the motivation for the organisers of the Service Jam Berlin to do the event? Why all the work for this relatively small group of people? Mauro Rego asked this questions — Katrin, Olga, Manuel and Martin answered.
Thanks to modern technology and—even more—the jam’s gorgeous videographer took everyone in the world with internet access could follow the final presentations. 5 groups presented their service concepts.
Say hello to the 35 jammers, 4 organisers and 8 supporters of the Service Jam Berlin 2013 who all together spent roughly 900 hours jamming on the first March weekend.
Go for quantity! Defer judgment! Go for wild ideas! Build on the ideas of others! — these rules or rather hints in service design processes are well-known, yet cannot stressed enough to unsure we all stick to them for achieving better results …
Alexander Tornow from gruppenbing and Kira Krämer from inventedhere guided the jammers through a d.bing session, an interactive insight sharing method.
After lunch, Aini Homma, a Service Designer for the Volkswagen Group Research and Service Innovation, shared with us her experiences and methods for learning in teams.
Wake up, Berlin jammers! On Saturday the jam really kicks off — of course with a delicious jammy breakfast, some agenda setting and a comprehensive input by a service design specialist. Fjord’s Eva Hernando introduced research techniques.