customer journey

The Journey to a Great Customer Service Experience

I originally wrote today's post originally for injixo. It appeared on their blog on March 23, 2017.

Working in a call center, whether you're on the phone or on the floor managing operations, means that you're front and center with customers at all times. It also means that you know the importance of delivering a great service experience for your customers. If that's not an area of focus for you, it certainly ought to be!

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CX Journey™ Musings: Should You Invest in Customer Experience?

ROI is still our favorite "three-letter word." Nothing wrong with that!

It's been a year or more since I've written about the ROI of customer experience. Always good to revisit this topic because it is such a hot one for customer experience professionals.

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CX Journey™ Musings: Customer Focus - at What Cost?

Customer focus... at what cost?

Are you kidding me?

I recently attended a webinar about how to develop a customer-centric culture. One of the questions during the Q&A at the end of the webinar was something along the lines of, "Doesn't more customer focus means less focus on products, etc.?"

I happened to have just taken a sip of my coffee, and I think it came out of my nose. I cleaned up the coffee and held my breath, in hopes that the presenter would answer the question the way it should be answered. She did.

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CX Journey™ Musings: We Have All the Customers We Could Want!

We have all the customers we could ever want...

... said no business ever!

Oh wait.

Except for Sears.

Wow! What would ever possess a CEO to say that?

It's what Ed Lampert, CEO of Sears Holdings, told investors as he was trying to reassure them that he could turn the retailer around. More specifically, he said:

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Over-engineering the customers experience

In Customer Experience Management there is a lot to take into account. Everything a company does as well as a lot that’s happening outside the company impacts  the Customer’s evaluation of the company’s service and offering. In my experience it can be rather overwhelming for people within a company to talk to the Customer Experience experts – inside and outside the company – and as a result they could be turning their backs on us “unrealistic bunch of dreamers“. I’ve come to believe this has a lot to do with a practice of ‘over-engineering the Customer’s Experience‘.

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Five things to remember when mapping the customer's journey

Here’s a couple of things that, in my experience, you probably best stick to a wall in the room where you are painting the picture of your Customer’s Journey. Somehow we seem to forget when busy. Let me know what you think, or add yours in the comment section below!

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Why Your Company Needs a Journey Room

Today I'm pleased to share a guest post by John Zilch with Dun & Bradstreet.

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Have Your Journey Maps Failed You?

Have you gone through some journey mapping exercises, only to find that the maps don't deliver what they experts said they would?

Have your maps failed you?

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Is It Time To Create a Hassle Map?

How do you identify, measure, and resolve painpoints and difficulties that your customers experience when they are trying to do some job with your products?

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A High Tech 'Ageing Experience' like You Have Never Seen Before

MIT AgeLab's Agnes (Age Gain Now Empathy System) was brilliant at generating PR for the organisation. How useful it was in reality and how much good it did  - I don't know. But what a terrific way to promote the message about ageing (and MITAge Lab).

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