Customer-Centered Design

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Customer-Centered Design (CCD) is an amazingly generative process that starts with people and ends with surprising answers tailor-made to put our customers' needs at the center of service delivery, processes and customer flow.

Customer Centered Design (CCD) is a way of exploring service delivery excellence using “design thinking” as the engine for innovation. ETA has been championing its acceptance across the workforce system.

Information here includes resources on ETA’s Customer Centered Design Challenge, design thinking basics, and how to apply CCD to WIOA implementation, including re-imagining service delivery focused on customers including disconnected youth and employers.

We can use CCD to directly learn from the communities and populations we serve, and to rapidly come up with innovative new concepts, quickly prototype them, and then make our ideas come to life with positive results for our customers.

By joining in implementing CCD, workforce professionals can:

  • Develop plans in a different way, and NOT with the regulations and law in the middle, but with the customer in the middle;
  • Produce better labor market outcomes and higher customer satisfaction;
  • Develop a methods, tools, skills that can be taught and learned;
  • Use a  step-by-step process that any organization can replicate to address challenges;  
  • Work with your partners to address key challenge areas; and 
  • Receive coaching to support your transformation every step of the way.

Customer-Centered Design (CCD) Peer Training

Learn how your state and local area peers are implementing customer-centered service delivery design in the WIOA Implementation! 

Access videos, podcasts and other materials here on the ION Peer Learning Community to learn more about customer-focused service delivery and customer-centered operational designs.

WIOA implementation gives us a huge opportunity to step back from business as usual, and design services with the customer in mind.                 

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Posted: 10/12/2016 11:24 AM
Posted By: Jonathan Payne
Posted In: Innovation and Opportunity Network
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