Posts tagged service design
The Art of Service

Customer Service falls somewhere between art, and science. Art when it comes to delivery, as it requires empathy and a level of human understanding, and science, because the way customers respond to it,  is rooted in basic human psychology.

CMX Associate, and award winning trainer, Peter Clark- Lewis shares his insight on how to use the science of human understanding to train employees to deliver the art of service....

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Service Design Tools: The Proposition Wheel

All businesses can benefit from design thinking!

Proposition wheels are one of the best ways to define the service proposition you want to offer and use your brand promise to differentiate through an experience that is distinctly ‘you’ in a way that can’t easily be copied…..

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Global CX Challenges- key messages from the Miami CX Exchange

In today’s crowded omnichannel market place, customer experience is potentially the biggest differentiator a retailer can have. But nowadays, that means being able to deliver a seamless, helpful, personalised joined up UX across channels, where bricks and mortar provide something special for customers to experience, and engage them with the brand.  But with legacy systems, target operating models to meet and often thousands of people to take on a journey with you, this is easier said than done. BUT it IS possible.

I just wanted to share the big challenges that came out of the event, even if it just gives you comfort that we are all in a similar position….

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