services may seem on the surface free from the usual sustainability issues
associated with physical products and the manufacturing process. However, digitalization
is often a powerful enabler that drives huge increases in consumption, energy
use and pollution. How can we better understand the impact of our digital
services and identify where changes can be made to improve the overall system
In thisGood Growthworkshop we will cover Value Chain Mapping and Impact
and Influence exercises as an experiential dip into the methodology and tools
of Gofore’s new
business model for sustainable digitalisation.
What is Good Growth?
✓ How can Good Growth help when designing and developing digital services?
✓ Understand the wider service ecosystem across the lifecycle of a digital
✓ Map out the entire value chain and identify key stakeholders
✓ Discuss sustainability of value chain elements and identify where most
negative impact occurs
✓ Prioritise areas for re-design and development
✓ Ideate concepts for re-design and change initiatives
Company leaders and owners, business value chain
stakeholders, service or product owners/leads, designers and developers
WHO?The workshop will be held by sustainable digitalisation expert Anton Schubert, Design Director, Good Growth and Tuuli
Pärenson, CEO Gofore, Estonia.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?Participating fee for the workshop is 180 euros + VAT.
Conditions for participating: Access to the workshop is granted after the bill has been paid. The participant's name needs to be given upon registration, but it can be changed until the beginning of the workshop. If you are unable to participate for any reason, please be sure to let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If cancellation is notified up to 10 working days before the workshop, a 100% refund will be given. If cancellation is notified at least 5 working days in advance, we will refund 50% of the cost. In other occasions, the invoice must be paid. We reserve the right to take pictures, record videos and sound at the event and share them with participants and on public media channels, as well as use them for marketing purposes of similar events.