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Liderler için yol haritası – An Interview with FAST COMPANY Turkey About Becoming a Customer Company

Liderler için yol haritası – An Interview with FAST COMPANY Turkey About Becoming a Customer Company

I had the pleasure of speaking with M.Rauf Ates, founder of Fast Company Türkiye about research I helped lead with Harvard Business Review Analytical Services. In this conversation, we explore how to become a customer company, beyond the lip service. The research offers 8 steps to give meaning to business, operational, and digital transformation as informed by Ethan Allen, Kellogg’s, Kimberley-Clark, and Pacific Life. Below, I’ve included a translation using Google Translate. If you find errors, please let me know!…

Humanizing CX: Shifting from Customer Experience to the Customer’s Experience

Humanizing CX: Shifting from Customer Experience to the Customer’s Experience

Customer experience is powerful because it consists of two important ingredients, 1) people and 2) emotions. When we talk about CX as a matter of purpose and strategy, this is exactly where the phrases “put customers at the center of our business” and becoming “customer-centric” can and should come to life. But honestly, we don’t really design for people or emotions today. We design for what we think of as customer intent and in turn, invest in touchpoints, conversions, transactions…

True Customer Centricity Requires the Merging of Marketing and IT

True Customer Centricity Requires the Merging of Marketing and IT

  Guest post by Robert Tas (@TasRobert), SVP and CMO of Pegasystems. You see the headlines everywhere – 2016 will be the year of customer experience; marketers need to make customer experience count; millennials demand an authentic customer experience. The bottom line is the stakes have never been higher in today’s modern, connected world. Every second of the business-to-customer interaction represents a key moment of opportunity and truth, each step carrying the potential to make or break that relationship, and…

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