- Customer journey maps
- How Citrix’s Justin Zacks uses design thinking in customer experience
- How Amazon Prime Now is changing the game (again)
Customer Journey Mapping Pros and Cons
Asking what the customer goes through today in reality versus the ideal journey you’d like them to have can be enlightening! But creating a beautiful and compelling visual representation of a customer journey map is sometimes not enough to lead to real action.
Discussion begins at 1:57.
Justin Zacks, Customer Experience Design Team Leader at Citrix
Justin discusses how design thinking and other user-centered design processes can lead to better customer experiences.
Justin & Jeannie discuss how empathy can help you understand your customers and their actual problems. Justin shares how design thinking is now integrated into new hire trainings and employee training programs. How do you drive and enact real business results from outside-in thinking?
Find out how competitive journey mapping created really positive results for Citrix, but also quite an awkward moment with a competitor!
Discussion begins at 8:00.
Customer Hero, Customer Zero: Amazon Prime Now offers delivery in as little as two hours!
How can they do this? Adam brings up the laws of physics!
Hint: It’s not drones…yet. But it’s shaking up the marketplace again.
Discussion begins at 19:26.
People, Places, and Things from the Podcast:
13th Annual SCORE Conference:
The Industry Forum on CEM Best Practices in Creating Customer Loyalty and Retention Strategies. If you are a CEM professional, you need to attend the SCORE Conference, the 13th customer service industry annual event taking place on May 20-22, 2015 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. For more information, check out www.omegascoreboard.com
Be Your Customer’s Hero– Adam’s new book, Be Your Customer’s Hero, Real-World Tips and Techniques for the Service Frontlines, is available now! This is a one-stop training guide for anyone who works with customers.
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Guest Speaker / People
- Justin Zacks is a serial intra-preneur and customer experience expert. He builds successful teams, programs, and products that help people work better and live better. He is passionate about user-centered design techniques like design thinking, journey mapping and lean. He currently leads a customer experience design team at Citrix, based out of a virtual office in beautiful Boulder, CO. Twitter | LinkedIn
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