In the run up to Christmas, like many people, I’ve made quite a few purchases online. Convenience, ease, speed of delivery (and return), as well as great pricing have changed my shopping habits. The thought of shuffling along the high street, in the cold and wet, fighting through crowds in the vain hope that the… Continue reading Why more retail businesses are turning to customer success
On a recent work trip, I checked into my usual hotel. It’s part of a small chain, with a really cool & funky vibe, beautifully designed furniture, and the rooms have a really cool twist. Clearly, the business has really thought a lot about the look and feel, the perception and the brand. Unlike a… Continue reading Can people plug the gaps in a customer experience?
I’m sure I’m not the only one out there who is seeking the holy grail of customer experience – a single metric that shows the level of engagement reached across the customer base. There’s many providers who claim to deliver the magic metric, or a system that will deliver the magic metric, but I’ve yet… Continue reading The many shades of engagement – what’s the magic metric?
With the evolution of technology, and the dawn of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the media is awash with statistics on how many of today’s jobs will be lost to “robots”. In apocalyptic headlines, humans will be marginalized in the working world, leaving many of us on the scrap heap, apparently. Quick! Best we find a new… Continue reading Why robots won’t take over customer success!
When you start a start a new role in customer experience, one of the first things you’ll do is to establish how well-defined & managed the customer experience is. It’s easy to get bogged down in detail, so this week’s post aims to help us make an initial assessment (or review ongoing progress) of our… Continue reading What are the raw essential ingredients in a customer journey?
It happens to the best of us: sometimes; without warning, your star performer decides it’s time to move on. With the words of Gloria Gaynor‘s famous anthem, “I will survive” ringing in your ears, here’s 4 tips on what to do to keep your business plans on track. Are they really going to move on?… Continue reading When your star performer moves on – 4 tips to keep your plans on track
On a recent holiday to California, my wonderful friends in LA had organised a few days of wine tasting in the Napa Valley. I’d previously only done wine-tasting (at vineyards) in Europe, so as well as a great opportunity to compare “old world wines” with “new world wines“, I thought I’d share what I learned… Continue reading CX Learnings from Wine Tasting in Napa Valley