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Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven user interfaces are the most recent trend in digital transformation. For end users, voice-driven chatbots provide a streamlined interface to accomplish a task in a fun, engaging, informative, intelligent manner – and for brands, they represent a chance to engage their customers better, ultimately leading to increased loyalty and new revenue opportunities. We know …

We live in a technologically driven world. There’s no doubt about it – it follows us everywhere (literally, if we’re talking about GPS, location services, remarketing…). Those companies that continue to use new tech solutions now will be the ones that survive the future, and we’ve seen what happens to those that deny it. Where …

As a result of our ageing population, we are naturally seeing a rise in the number of people living with impairments. In fact, the Papworth Trust recently found that the people most likely to be living with a disability are over the state pension age. Despite an estimated one in five (12.9 million) people in …

Delivering exceptional customer experiences is a narrative that has prevailed over the last few years. Adherence to this standard is mostly driven by two fears, losing your list of existing customers, particularly when switching costs are low, and lastly the comparably higher cost of recruiting new customers. As a business, you obviously want to avoid …

“Why don’t employees do what we tell them to do?” is a question you hear a lot in business. It implies that employees are intentionally misbehaving, frustrating company leaders, and ignoring instructions. It also implies that they think they have a better idea of what they should be doing than company leaders do. But here’s …

Snapchat recently announced upgrades to its ad strategy with the incorporation of an artificial intelligence platform known as “goal-based bidding,” which allows advertisers on Snapchat to target their messages more effectively. And by allowing users to swipe ads and dive deeper into the journey, it increases the potential for more consistent and continued consumer engagement. …

Where does customer service begin? Is there a set of rules or specific policies that a company should follow to ensure that each customer receives the best experience? Or does it start by establishing a customer service department that customers can call if they have a problem? Customer service is actually much more. It is …

Brand awareness has given way to goal accomplishment over the past 20 years. We’ve learned as consumers to find ways to complete objectives and lean less on brand names as signals of quality. When we search, we search for the job to be done and not necessarily a brand name. As of today, Alexa is …

The practice of customer experience is all about customers – the people who purchase your products and services. In the past several years, customer experience (CX) professionals have created a rigor and framework around how we understand customer’s needs, how we design better experiences, how we measure the impact of their engagement on the organization …

As a former hockey player and salesperson, I know a lot about goals – whether in the context of a hockey game or in a sales environment. If you can’t get goals in hockey, your team will never win. In sales, if you don’t achieve your sales goal/s you’ll soon find yourself on the outside …

Since the publishing of the pioneering analyses about the relevance of the Experience Economy made by Joseph Pine and James Gilmore 20 years ago, the number of studies about the influence of experiences continuously shared by people on marketing and brand strategies has multiplied. We bring two statistics to support this statement: The number of …

A quick scan of popular titles in the change management space will give you a range of articles, many aligned around the common theme of managing through change or preparing for change. Periodically, you will find a title or theme focused more on leading through change, but more often than not, these articles and thought …

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