Customer journey mapping can be a powerful tool to help you truly understand your customers, innovate around new ways to serve them, and identify gaps in their journey. But, that’s only if the map is
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What does co-creation with customers really mean? Co-creation means letting your customers in on the ground floor of innovation and creating new products, services, and customer journeys in sometimes real time with them. Customers become
Blueprinting helps you plan the customer’s journey and the employees, processes, and activities to support that journey. This course covers the steps to creating a blueprint for exceptional customer service. Jeannie Walters describes how to gather feedback and data, map customer and employee actions, and hold a workshop session to find solutions to pain points and validate your findings. Disclosure: This item uses an affiliate link to Linkedin Learning.
Touchpoints aren’t what they used to be. There was a time in our history when touchpoints were…finite. We could list them easily and agree easily to what they were. The list might have 5-6 things
It’s been an eventful few days during my latest pilgrimage to the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. Yes, I’ve had my share of good barbecue, live music and a few margaritas. But
Customer journey mapping is having a moment. Using customer journey maps is becoming almost (almost!) commonplace. Organizations see how beneficial mapping the customer experience is. It’s a way to understand the experience your customers are having
Recent data from InMoment revealed how missing expectations for customers has a greater impact than meeting or even exceeding those expectations. So while you might be doing your best to provide those wow moments for
Asking customers for feedback is generally easy, but asking questions that spark action is not. And every customer’s journey is different, so why ask every customer the same old questions? Neat piles of similar responses look
Asking questions without limitations can lead to a better experience for your customers.
A client was really excited to share something: “We have finally done all our process maps!” She was the newly appointed customer service director, and she had heard mapping was important. Several months later, and