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Are customers part of your plan? Then make them part of your planning.

Strategic planning is critical to every successful organization, on multiple levels. No matter if planning activity happens in an overarching, organizational sense, or in team- or client-specific scenarios, leaders have to make important decisions toward achieving a desired future business state...

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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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Wise Use of Champions in Customer Experience Governance

Many customer experience efforts start off with a small group of people conducting a survey. The idea is to show the results to management and then figure out what needs to be done. This may go on for a few survey cycles in order to show a compelling trend, or to assure managers that the status...

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METRICS FOR CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MANAGEMENT

If you had to choose two words to sum-up what customer experience managers do, you might say “measure progress”. Voice-of-the-customer tools and customer engagement efforts are essentially about “taking the temperature” of customers as the complement to, and hopefully, a predictor of the...

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