Customers hire services and products to do a certain job. Once people spot a job in their life they start looking for a solution, an offering that helps them to get the job done. Which offering they eventually hire often depends on the circumstances in which the job occurs.
This workshop highlighted the importance of customers’ situations and contexts when creating new offerings. As circumstances are changing, people’s related needs and desired outcomes do too. Using the example of food-related services, the workshop at Service Experience Camp 2015 illustrated how all offerings fulfil the general need of feeding humans, but also which specific situations each service caters for.
The workshop was run by Andrej Balaz, Hannes Jentsch and Martin Jordan on November 14, 2015 at Service Experience Camp in Kalkscheune in Berlin-Mitte.