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Making Transformational Changes through B2B Customer Experience Management

“Employee engagement drives transformational changes that enable you to have quality in everything you do,” explained Carolyn Muise, Vice President of Total Customer Experience (TCE) at EMC in our 2015 interview on my Customer Experience Transformation talk show. She continued: “We’re shifting...


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Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design

The Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design™ (EQCX) framework is used to unlock and sustain the emotional power in organizations. The primary driver in customer engagement and loyalty is emotion. Through leveraging this framework emotion can become a differentiating asset. The...


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10 Silos Impact Customer Experience

Does your business have a silo detective? This might be the highest-ROI effort of your customer experience council, chief customer officer, chief operating officer — or better yet, every employee. Things that don’t make sense in the way business is done can almost always be traced to silo...

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2016 CXPA MIE Using Customer Emotions

Using the Forbidden Fruit of Customer Emotion to Fulfill Their Fantasies is going to be a shagadelic session. Come and join the fun at the Customer Experience Professionals Association, Member Insight Exchange ( CXPA MIE ). I decided to harness the energy and excitement of the Hump Day...


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Pop-up project reveals the current status of customer orientation in Finnish Boards of Directors

An interesting Pop-up project called ‘Customer Advocates on Board’ is currently ongoing in Finland. The purpose of the project is to boost discussion about the significance of customer experience as a strategic topic for companies, with specific emphasis on its role in Boards of Directors. ...


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What the CEO Really Wants to Know About Your CX Plans

There may be no other step in the CX journey that causes more angst among CX champions than having “the talk.” You know, the one where you go to your CEO and tell them about this great idea you have that’ll solve everything if you can just have a little seed money and a couple of co-conspirators...

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Every Job Exists Thanks to Customer Funding

Every job exists thanks to customer funding. As Peter Drucker said, “The customer is the foundation of a business, and keeps it in existence.” And as Dr. Deming said, “What everyone in a company does can be reduced to one of two functions: to serve the customer or serve someone who does.” But...

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Is Your Company ‘Ready’ for Customer Experience?

That might seem like a strange question – especially from someone who gets paid to help companies along their CX Journey. But it’s an important one to ask. Here’s why: CX Design is different from other customer-facing initiatives. Advertising campaigns come and go. Promotions are short-lived...

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The Market Basket Story - A Cultural Victory

This week I attended a lecture at our local library by Grant Welker, local reporter for the Lowell Sun and co-author of a book just released titled, We Are Market Basket. If you live in the New England area, you could not have escaped the daily news reporting a year ago of this local...

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4 Tips for Keeping Goals & Initiatives on Track

Goals are essential for taking your personal life and business prosperity to higher levels of performance, satisfaction and success. All too often, best intentions can get derailed over time. Here are 4 basic principles that apply to any resolution, initiative, program, dashboard , or MBO ...

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