After the research was completed, we engaged internal stakeholders, such as teachers and supervisors, in a collaborative process where we jointly identified problems and opportunities. We then created a range of innovative solutions that rethink their approach to personalised care. Importantly we created solutions they could own and implement.
The outcome of the programme was a series of recommendations to improve Josiah’s current processes and longer-term ideas for the future of the company. Accompanying these recommendations, we fleshed out implementation plans, organised service blueprints, and projected business model impact.
With effect from January 2017, many of the short to mid-term recommendations have been implemented. The results were a great reduction of stress for the teachers that resulted in better care for the children. We are currently in talks with Josiah to help them deliver to their longer-term goals.
Status: Completed (July 2016 to November 2016)
Competence: Business Strategy and Innovation, Consulting, Design and Ethnographic Research, Experience and Service Design.
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