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The Much Overdue Rise of Experience and Service Innovation

The Much Overdue Rise of Experience and Service Innovation

The number of fantastic experiences we have with businesses in moments of truth, usually in time of need and help, are so isolated, that we tend to remember and talk about them over and over again. Most of the time, when we need support, the cumulative experience is nothing short of abysmal. In most cases, we have to schedule time and work up the nerve to contact the companies we give money to just to gain some level of already expected…

Brand Innovation and Customer Experience Design: An Interview with Comcast’s Chris Satchell

Brand Innovation and Customer Experience Design: An Interview with Comcast’s Chris Satchell

The potential for breakthrough innovation is at its greatest when there’s purpose. And in an age of disruptive technology, humanity is becoming a killer app. Often in my research on digital transformation and innovation, I find the most compelling catalyst for finding purpose and accelerating change and improvement is customer experience (CX). Think about it. Who owns the customer experience? Yes. The customer owns it. That might seem like one big “duh.” But, believe it or note, many organizations are…

How Social Customer Service is Changing the Culture at Comcast

Comcast and service are two words that have been closely aligned and analyzed since Frank Eliason initiated the @ComcastCares program on Twitter. Eliason built a new channel for engaging customers to solve their problems. More importantly, he also developed a new infrastructure at Comcast to learn from their experiences. Frank has since joined CITI, but before his departure, he solidified the future of @ComcastCares by placing it in the hands of Bill Gerth and Kip Wetzel. Under the direction of…

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