5 lessons learned about customer experience on a cruise

Our very good friend Steven is as hooked on cruises as much as we are hooked on flying.  He can tell you the size, weight, capacity and features on almost any cruise ship just from the name of the ship!  For quite some time, he’s been encouraging us to “give it a try”, and so… Continue reading 5 lessons learned about customer experience on a cruise

5 CX considerations when selecting a new supplier

For those of us in service delivery, we’ll often be used to supporting our sales colleagues when they are working on RFIs & RFPs.  Creating costing models, service descriptions, defining KPIs & SLAs and even showcasing our service teams to impress a prospective client.  But sometimes the boot is on the other foot.  Whether it’s… Continue reading 5 CX considerations when selecting a new supplier

Voice of the Customer: what metrics matter – an update

I’ve recently been thinking a lot about what a fully fledged, effective Voice of the Customer infrastructure should look like.  In previous posts, I’ve highlighted the importance of having a Voice of the Customer (VoC) within any customer or client facing business (let me know if you’d like links), but in essence, my top 5… Continue reading Voice of the Customer: what metrics matter – an update

5 superpowers your customer team should have

We’ve entered into one of our busiest periods at the moment, and we’ve worked hard on planning and preparation to ensure that we deliver the best possible experience, despite the volumes of work.  A key part of that preparation is thinking about the customer facing people, and how ready they are for the extra work.… Continue reading 5 superpowers your customer team should have

Why flight AA100 is the place I feel most at home

On return from a recent holiday, I was fortunate enough to be in my favourite seat on my favourite plane – American Airlines flight AA100 from New York JFK to London Heathrow.  Not for the first time, I’ve chosen a specific route home to incorporate this flight, and once again, it was a great experience.  Next… Continue reading Why flight AA100 is the place I feel most at home

Introduce customer success in 5 simple steps

Many of my regular readers will be familiar with the concept of customer success, customer journey mapping and customer experience management.  But every day, new people are learning about this change to the way we deliver service to customers.  In order to help spread the word, and help more businesses take ownership of their customers,… Continue reading Introduce customer success in 5 simple steps

Can a regulated industry create a great customer experience?

Last weekend, I flew out to discover the Rock of Gibraltar, and for an airline geek, landing on such a unique runway (between a mountain and the sea) was very exciting!   I know, I know, I love flying – the plane, the crew, the airport – the whole lot combines to create a great experience.  With… Continue reading Can a regulated industry create a great customer experience?