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Solving Complex Challenges through B2B Customer Experience

" “Our customer experience team really wants to make systemic and strategic changes that span the company, so we only tackle situations that our normal business-as-usual processes are not normally suited to tackle. Those tend to be situations that span multiple parts of the company, span multiple processes, and where there is no one that is [...]

  • Customer Experience Professionals’ Essential Toolkit

    " Customer experience tools are just as important to success as a carpenter’s tools are. Despite the allure of technologies, carpenters still need their toolkit: drill, hammer, saw, wrench, level, and so forth. Likewise, customer experience professionals need to master basic customer experience tools to get the job done. The primary job of a customer experience [...]

  • Creating World-Class Customer Experience Teams

    " In sports, a great deal of thought goes into creating winning teams. Choosing the right players, getting everyone on the same page, practicing hand-offs and executing a clever playbook are how winning sports teams are created. In a recent #CXO tweet chat these same success factors were discussed as they apply to customer experience teams. [...]

  • Customer Experience for the Future — Key #5: Momentum Drives Company Growth

    " Growth requires fuel. New customers and returning customers are the fuel of company growth. You can invest in inorganic growth: programs and technologies that entice renewals and evangelism. Or you can invest in organic growth: processes, products and culture that make your company irresistible. If you ask customers which method they prefer, organic would be [...]

  • Are You a Customer Experience Action Hero?

    " Do you dream of being — or being saved by — a customer experience action hero? Maybe you dream of your customer-facing staff, or your executives, as customer experience action heroes? Not so fast. As exciting as swashbucklers, comic book characters, folklore figures, and sports stars are, that style of action is probably not right [...]

  • Customer Experience Professionals’ Essential Toolkit

    " Customer experience tools are just as important to success as a carpenter’s tools are. Despite the allure of technologies, carpenters still need their toolkit: drill, hammer, saw, wrench, level, and so forth. Likewise, customer experience professionals need to master basic customer experience tools to get the job done. The primary job of a customer experience [...]

  • Are You a Customer Experience Action Hero?

    " Do you dream of being — or being saved by — a customer experience action hero? Maybe you dream of your customer-facing staff, or your executives, as customer experience action heroes? Not so fast. As exciting as swashbucklers, comic book characters, folklore figures, and sports stars are, that style of action is probably not right [...]

  • Customer Experience for the Future — Key #5: Momentum Drives Company Growth

    " Growth requires fuel. New customers and returning customers are the fuel of company growth. You can invest in inorganic growth: programs and technologies that entice renewals and evangelism. Or you can invest in organic growth: processes, products and culture that make your company irresistible. If you ask customers which method they prefer, organic would be [...]

  • Creating World-Class Customer Experience Teams

    " In sports, a great deal of thought goes into creating winning teams. Choosing the right players, getting everyone on the same page, practicing hand-offs and executing a clever playbook are how winning sports teams are created. In a recent #CXO tweet chat these same success factors were discussed as they apply to customer experience teams. [...]