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3 Ultimate Factors of Business Performance

Is customer engagement, artificial intelligence, digital marketing, predictive analytics, big data, or some other “shiny object” the key to driving business performance? Certainly all of these endeavors can make a difference in revenue growth. Yet there is a bigger picture: none of these is...

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Unwound and Wound Up at the Customer Experience Professionals Association Insights Exchange

The US CXPA Insight Exchange in Phoenix proved to be a phenomenal place to relax and gain some awesome CX best-thinking in a beautiful setting! We were able to connect with our “tribe” and continue build our community of personal and professional cheerleaders and champions. The connections we...

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5 Radical Changes to VoC of the Future to Achieve ROI Maturity

What's the greatest challenge Voice of the Customer (VoC) managers face? Low survey response rates, capturing feedback at all important touch-points, selecting the right scales and questions, integration of customer data across systems, connecting the dots across VoC sources, linking VoC with...

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Customer Experience + Marketing: Pro’s & Con’s

What happens when the Chief Marketing Officer doubles as Chief Customer Experience Officer? Is it as natural and advantageous as the C-team expects? It all depends on motives and perspective. How Marketers Think of Customer Experience Marketing professionals think of customer experience in...

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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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Inspire Voice of the Customer Actions: 12 Ideas

Lackluster voice-of-the-customer (VoC) is a common dilemma. Customer surveys that seemed so exciting initially get a ho-hum reaction when average ratings are stagnant. Employee engagement that you hoped to spur in customer experience management goes by the wayside when it looks like the company...

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Business-to-Business Customer Experience Advice Highlights

Business-to-business customer experience management has certain complexities and advantages that need to be well understood by practitioners and vendors alike. All too often, it is assumed that B2B needs to be doing the same thing that B2C companies are doing, or that B2B companies are way...

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Are You a Customer Experience 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. Action Heroics As exciting as swashbucklers, comic book characters, folklore figures,...