Fortunately there are lots of ways to keep businesses going, even with everyone working remotely. At Koos, when we run international projects, we often don’t have the opportunity to meet in person. However, this meant we already knew how to run these projects remotely. And for all other situations, we trust our design process: We figure out the needs of the users involved, design the process so it fits all needs and then just try it out to see if it works.
In the coming months, we expect an economic downturn, which means, we will have to organize things smarter. Resources have always been scarce, but will now be even more so. So, we have to make sure that whatever we come up with, will actually work, before we invest resources in something that won’t. Remote design sprints are ideal for this.
In addition to coming up with and validating of ideas, design can also help to organize services as efficiently as possible. In order to create more efficient services, we need to balance users’ needs with business interests. Contact us and learn how Liander increased efficiency by 40% on the installation of smart meters using design.