Break the silos gap customer experience
Old Version – Treating Customer Experience Silos Dysfunctional Syndrome, and Bridging it. 30 advice’s to Tear Down This Wall!
Treating Customer Experience Silos Dysfunctional
How Telefonica O2 got Customer Experience & Services so Wrong, and 27 Principles to save O2 Chaotic Experience
To say that the marriage between Telefonica and O2 is bad, is an understatement. Since the merger, Telefonica O2 yields high return, but poor quality in services and customers are the ones suffering the most.
The Pillars of seamless “IOT” transformation into better servitization customer experience and living experiences
Customer Experience The Pillars of seamless “ IOT ” transformation into better servitization, customer experience and living experiences - Where Services, Digital & Physical Products Meets #CX #IOT
Why Customer Experience & Tech are about Less than More? Stop Counterintuitive Design & Cut the Waste
This article will help you as a leader to decide or help your teams to decide where to cut useless features and functionalities. There is no sustainable customer experience without its real pillars: quality, design, great products, services and a human-centric design.
In this article, we are going to give a few examples of enterprise technology companies simplifying their products, services, and experiences
What is simplicity exactly? To me, simplicity means a demonstration of features, functionalities, processes, governance and design which are really necessary.
In the technology industry, specifically within software and hardware usability, design and services, one of the biggest elements that hurts customer experience -- and by that I mean B2B and B2C customers -- is overly-complicated product design.
In my last article, I talked about quality by looking partially at the Samsung Galaxy S7 product issues. My focus in working with clients is often all the risk aspects that can impact the quality of customer experience, so I want to continue discussing quality. In this article, we’re going to use two personal examples (from different sectors) to illustrate points about trust and customer experience.
Companies are shooting themselves in the foot consistently around their customer experience. Why? And how do we help them to make it better? In the past 18 months, we’ve seen several major customer experience blunders from big brands. There is a pathway to improving customer experience globally, but it’s not necessarily the way we think about it now. We need to shift our thinking to begin from a different place.