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Tag Archives: Customer Experience Design

Make a Mouse: The Power of a Culture of Customer Experience Excellence {Infographic}

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You Want Engaged Employees? Ignite Mastery

Tweet Thought leaders like Daniel Pink have provided insightful analysis of research showing three key drivers of human behavior: Purpose Autonomy, and Mastery In essence, ample research shows that people will give maximal effort when they believe their effort will make a purposeful difference when they are given some level of control over the task or timeline for completing […]

Send in the Drones: Elevating Service in A Technology-Driven World

Tweet Have you been watching Domino’s global strategy over the recent number of years? If not, I think the pizza giant it worthy of study. Unbeknownst to many, Domino’s is an amazingly forward looking company. While other brands like Polaroid or Blockbuster have run into a bit of a complacency trap (thinking that what brought […]

Send in the Drones: Elevating Service in A Technology-Driven World {Infographic}

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Technology: A Blessing & A Curse to Customer Experience Delivery {Infographic}

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Which Should Come First? The Employee or the Customer? {Infographic}

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Customers Aren’t Always Right: Courageous Leaders Need to Be

Tweet I love serving customers and helping businesses create loyalty-building customer experiences. HOWEVER, service does not mean customers should be given the power to ABUSE those that serve them. It is one thing to be customer-centric (striving to build customer loyalty by helping your people, processes, and technology deliver customer engagement) and quite another thing to let your […]

Customers Aren’t Always Right: Courageous Leaders Need to Be {Infographic}

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Beating the Giant: It’s as Simple as Artisanship

Tweet I suspect you’ve heard the phrase, “dollars to donuts.” From my research, its earliest reference occurred in 1876 and typically implies a wager where you are so certain of a bet that you are willing to gamble losing dollars (something of higher value) for the prospect of winning donuts (something of lower value). In […]

Beating the Giant: It’s as Simple as Artisanship {Infographic}

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