Marijn Bults

technical management trainee

SPIE

Marijn Bults is working as a technical management trainee at SPIE Netherlands, after receiving an Industrial Design Master’s degree at the TU Eindhoven. Marijn’s mission within SPIE is to introduce the design way of working into the SPIE culture.

By starting at the end user’s needs, one can find truly innovative ideas that generate the most added value. SPIE approaches design thinking in a pragmatical way, since design thinking is a relatively new way of working within SPIE. Therefore, Marijn and his colleagues introduced Next, a tool that makes the design thinking framework usable for people without design knowledge and experience.

A way to utilize design is to design the services in such a way that the customer perceives maximum added value and that the touchpoints are consciously and carefully shaped. Therefore, Marijn’s current mission is to incorporate Service Design within SPIE together with all the fantastic colleagues.

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More details about this session
Tuesday 22 October
13:00-16:00
Location:
Breda

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