The following is a Best of 360Connext post Brains are fascinating. The very thing that allows me to write this blog is both an abstract idea to me and a very concrete part of my anatomy. They are simple muscles in one regard and totally complex, almost spiritual, machines in another. The more we learn about […]
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What do customers talk about after interacting with your company? Most likely, one of two things happens. They tell their friends all about the painful, frustrating experience of an interaction gone wrong. Or…they tell their friends how happy they were with the service of such an exceptionally helpful, friendly representative for your company. In fact, these […]
I always feel a little bad when I inevitably silence the room with a simple question.
How important is customer experience in your organization? Most executives now consider customer experience a priority, but so many of them are still not ready to get serious about it. You may be among those who don’t have the resources necessary to improve the big picture, but you still have the power to improve customer […]
(A Best of 360Connext post) Ever walk in on a couple who is in the middle of a fight? It’s human to want to back away slowly, hoping they don’t see you. It’s awkward and uncomfortable. We don’t like it. Organizational culture can reveal itself to customers in the same awkward and uncomfortable way. If your […]
What do you think when someone tells you about something that’s “gone viral?” Do you think it’s a funny video? A cringe-worthy comment? A parody of the latest topic in the zeitgeist? I don’t know about you, but I don’t think of customer experience as a recipe for going viral. Cat videos? Absolutely. Great customer service? […]
Do millennials really approach everything differently than generations before them? Or are the challenges of designing for them simply the same challenges as designing and delivering experiences for any group? Yes, millennials approach the world a little differently. But so does every generation. What should we remember as we design workplaces as we update customer […]