Sabine Junginger is the Head of the Competence Center for Research into Design and Management at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (LUASA) in Switzerland. At LUASA she co-leads the research area “organisations and leadership” for the interdisciplinary theme cluster “digital transformation of the work environment”. Her research explores the role of human-centered design in policymaking and policy implementation, increasingly in the context of digitalisation and e-government. She is Chairwoman of Politics for Tomorrow, Co-founder of the Swiss Service Design Network and academic advisor to a range of public sector innovation labs and innovation projects that include GovLab Austria, the European Forum Alpbach, the German University of Public Administration Sciences, Dataport, and the German ZOE Institute. Her book Transforming Public Services by Design: Re-Orienting Policies, Organizations and Services around People (Routledge 2017) addresses design thinking in the public sector. She has been a Hertie School Fellow since 2009.