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  • A Retail Example of Execution Driving Loyalty (Article)

    It all comes back to architecting your business model. That means have a cross department perspective on how you attract, engage, convert, sell and close customers.

    Loyalty Execution | Jun 5, 2014
  • Experimenting on Social Media is Not About Testing a Channel (Article)

    The key thing business leaders need to do is recognize the challenge — it’s not trying to decode the social channel. It’s decoding their customers in more social environments. 

    CX on Social | Jun 5, 2014
  • Why Customer Experience Is A Strong Indicator Core Business Strength (Article)

    Consciously or otherwise, we tend to recognize that companies that can be highly customer centric in their CX are likely better positioned (with a stronger business model) than their competitors.

    CX Impact | May 30, 2014
  • Competitors Sneaking Up From Behind Using Customer Centricity (Article)

    The problem is that innovative ‘left field’ entrants are figuring that out and taking advantage of the openings that big legacy players are leaving by treating customers badly.

    Loyalty Execution | May 25, 2014
  • When the Team Doesn't Understanding The Business Model (Article)

    Every company has it’s challenges getting buy-in across the entire team. Whether it’s their attitude or a management fault the problem can be insidious — affecting the success of all your programs.

    Loyalty Execution | May 18, 2014
  • The Big Reason Why Customer Experience Programs Fail: TEAM (Article)

    Wondering why many customer experience transformation efforts fail? There’s two angles on that. Not having the right team and not having buy-in across key functions are both deadly for customer centric programs.

    Loyalty Execution | May 8, 2014
  • The Right Lens: Customer Centricity Unearths Hidden Opportunities (Article)

    Customer centricity can unearth opportunities that more typical approaches can’t. If you can get ahead In a sea of competition, that's worth focusing on.

    VOC Impact | May 8, 2014
  • How Leading on Customer Experience Drives Margins and Revenues (Article)

    Most notable is that Vail Resorts are simultaneously the most popular and most expensive in their industry. Very few companies can pull that off (people always talk about Apple) and they share some common traits.

    CX Impact | May 1, 2014
  • Roger Federer has Figured Out Your New Competitive Strategy (Article)

    He led the tennis world uncontested for many years. His game was untouchable and the others simply couldn’t compete.  Then the competitive landscape changed and Federer had to change with it.

    CX Strategy | Apr 17, 2014
  • Why Quality is Always Measured from the Customer Perspective (Article)

    When you really think about it, it becomes obvious. Quality should always be measured in a customer centric way.  But many businesses simply aren’t architected that way.

    VOC Impact | Apr 17, 2014
  • The Worst CX Move a Company Can Make (Article)

    When a sudden and disruptive shift comes along, the tendency is to look for the easiest way to overcome the challenge it creates.  Taking shortcuts, like in many parts of life, can be especially dangerous for businesses that are chasing a more forward thinking competitor.

    CX Execution | Apr 11, 2014
  • The Art of Turning Around a Customer Centric Program (Article)

    If there’s one thing I love doing, it’s a turnaround   Especially of great things that have gone off track for specific but addressable reasons. I’ve done it with product lines, bankrupt companies and even a non profit association.

    Loyalty Strategy | Apr 11, 2014
  • Being Customer Centric Frees Up Innovation (Article)

    Customer centric organizations, which are (by definition) not anchored to internal rigid thinking, have the core process ‘flex’ to allow ideas to flow more freely and be inspired by external and internal sources.

    CX Strategy | Apr 11, 2014
  • Innovation is Driven By a Clear Common Sense of the Customer (Article)

    There are many factors in creating an innovative and competitively positioned company.  But, in my experience, the biggest factor is having a clear common sense of the customer.

    VOC Strategy | Apr 4, 2014
  • Have You Got CSat Blinders On? (Article)

    They put blinders on horses so they stay focused and don’t get distracted by external things and other horses. But does the same thing work in business?  You’d be amazed how many businesses operate like horses with blinders on. And those blinders are often their own CSat surveys.

    CSat Strategy | Mar 25, 2014
  • Awareness is Key in a Sea of Innovation (Article)

    Your business may be well placed and the tendency is to think everything is fine. But remember your competitors aren’t sitting still and if they’re forward thinking, they’ll be on top of the latest capabilities on offer from vendors.

    CX Strategy | Mar 24, 2014
  • The Buyer's Journey is Central to Your Growth Plans (Article)

    You’ve heard it before: customers have more options and are more empowered with information than ever before.  What you may not have heard as much about is how to react to that new reality.

    CX Multichannel | Mar 21, 2014
  • Redefining Business Agility with a Long Term View (Article)

    Agility is not just about action but about getting results. Many businesses invest in 10 programs and only get 2 to succeed. They may pat themselves on the back for getting 10 off the ground but that success rate is bad both from an ROI perspective and a business performance perspective.

    Loyalty Strategy | Mar 19, 2014
  • It's Not Only the CX Itself That's a Competitive Advantage (Article)

    The difference between dabblers and long term leaders is how they approach the challenge. Setting the goal of sustainable competitive advantage is a key step — because it forces the standard higher.

    CX Impact | Mar 18, 2014
  • Are We There Yet? Plotting Where We Are on the CX Pathway (Article)

    How did we get to the current customer centric business era that we are in right now? Was it through foresight and visionary business leaders showing us that way to maximum profits through customer centricity?

    CX Strategy | Mar 17, 2014

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