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by Cheng Hsu

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Author:
Cheng Hsu
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978-9812836762
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9812836764
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World Scientific Pub Co Inc (February 18, 2009)
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PDF Service science is an emerging field, but many still consider it lacking in substance.

PDF Service science is an emerging field, but many still consider it lacking in substance. Service science is an emerging field, but many still consider it lacking in substance.

Service science is an emerging field, but many still consider it lacking in substance. Hsu Cheng K. World Scientific, 17 февр. This book aims to change the situation by addressing the following questions: What is the big story about service?

Hsu, Cheng . Service Science: Design for Scaling and Transformation (February 17, 2009). This book aims to change the situation by addressing the following questi. Hsu, Cheng . Service Science, World Scientific, Singapore, 2009. com/abstract 1468253. Cheng K. Hsu (Contact Author).

Cheng Hsu. This book aims to change the situation by addressing the following questions: What is the big story about service?

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Service Science: Design for Scaling and Transformation. Technology Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. My original intent was only to write a different kind of a scientific book about service: not one about marketing service per se, or service operations, or consulting; but one offering an interdisciplinary explanation to why service matters and how we can help. But in the end, writing the book has become a journey of its own life. Like an actor getting carried away by his role, I got convinced by my investigation that service matters a whole lot more.

KEYWORDS: Experimental Study, Theatre, Service Design, Travel Agent, Human Simulation, Service Pricing. However, customers seem not to be willing to pay for the service provided and current fees are not representative of its perceived value. JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Service Science and Management, Vo. N., June 29, 2010. ABSTRACT: Airline commissions’ cuts and the use of Internet for bookings have severely affected traditional (physical) travel agencies. We have designed a theatre-based experiment to discover the Willingness-To-Pay for a travel agency service experience.

Service science is an emerging field, but many still consider it lacking in substance. This book aims to change the situation by addressing the following questions: What is the big story about service? What are the main research problems in service? What does “a connected world” mean? Does service require a different kind of design science? What will be the next waves of the Web? How to support universal value co-creation? How to unite Cyberspace wilt physical space? Is it feassible to connect information resources everywhere? To answer these questions, the book presents and substantiates a digital connections scaling (DCS) model, complete with a population-oriented design paradigm and a new class of microeconomic production functions to explain the paths of transformation into the future — one of the most original results today. Next, the book analyzes new business designs on the Web and characterizes a service-led revolution for the Knowledge Economy. Thirdly, it develops systems planning and design methods to help implement the DCS model at the level of Information and Database Systems, Business Strategy, and Digitization Engineering, thereby enhancing these fields. Finally, certain intriguing new applications, especially “smart highways” and information supply chains, are discussed.