The Cutter Edge: Wrong Definition of CX, Delight Customers with Agile, Business Agility, Due Diligence
31 July 2018
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If you look at customer experience as the sum of the interactions, perceptions, and feelings a person has during the achievement of a goal or outcome, the way that you map, analyze, and improve CX will change drastically. More.
A customer is someone whose delights you can anticipate, while a buyer is someone you hope will see economic value in what you have already built. Does your organization have customers or buyers? If you have customers, you’re focused on their future delight. Since the future is uncertain, agility is required. More.
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