WSL: Costruire una Cultura Customer First

AICEX: Quando ti dicono che è in corso un progetto per avere una azienda Customer Centric e tu chiedi “ma i vostri dipendenti sono felici?” talvolta ti guardano come se avessi chiesto una cosa fuori tema. E così capisci che devi iniziare a spiegare che i primi clienti dell’azienda sono proprio i dipendenti.

CMOs can help their organizations create a customer centric environment by focusing on four attributes: collective vision, outside-in orientation, innovation, and shared values.

In today’s hyperconnected world, consumers have more choices than ever—and they often decide in a matter of seconds whether to do business with a brand. At the same time, the commerce model has changed dramatically. Gone are the days when brands’ relationships with customers developed through brick-and-mortar stores, one-on-one conversations, or trusted agents. Today, many consumers want to build relationships on their own terms, which can make it challenging for brands to create a customer experience (CX) that consistently delivers on their brand promise.

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Il futuro del retail all’epoca di Amazon

[Illustration: Zohar Lazar]
AICEX: Anziché provare ad essere come Amazon si dovrebbe provare ad essere ciò che Amazon non può essere. Questo anche perché inseguire Amazon significa fallimento quasi certo.
As Jeff Bezos’s juggernaut continues to grow, forward-thinking competitors are finding creative ways to succeed—and be what Amazon can never be.

The Mall of America’s terrazzo floors, glazed white like doughnut frosting, ribbon out in every direction, creating a vast mirror maze of consumerism with 520 glassy storefronts. Shoppers, who have escaped an endlessly gray Bloomington, Minnesota, sky on a Monday morning in October, drift through the largest mall in the United States like tourists at an Atlantic City buffet. A couple holding hands strolls into a Zales while buttery perfumes emanate from an Auntie Anne’s next door. Kids and some willing parents fling around on the SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge roller coaster, one of 27 rides at the Nickelodeon-branded amusement park on-site. Distant echoes of saxophone Muzak clash with both elevator whirs and bubbly pop songs. Somewhere in this otherworldly commercial expanse are five Lids stores and four Sunglass Huts.

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