5 cose da ricordare quando usi le Customer Journey

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AICEX: nel mondo della customer experience hanno spopolato le customer journey, un validissimo strumento, ma talvolta utilizzato impropriamente, o non utilizzato appieno. Capita che le customer journey non siano dei clienti, ma delle aziende che speranza che i clienti seguano esattamente il percorso che hanno disegnato per loro. Capita anche che ci siano progetti e budget per costruire le custome journey ma non ce ne siano altrettanti per le azioni che dovrebbero seguire. Il vero lavoro inizia quando le customer journey sono finite! Riprendiamo qui un articolo su questo tema.

One of Temkin Group’s Six Laws of Customer Experience is that people are instinctively self-centered. Individuals inside a company are very knowledgeable about the company and its processes and often have a mixed understanding of customers. The result? Employees naturally tend to view their customers through an internal lens that focuses on the distinct interactions a customer has with their specific department. This inward focus makes it impossible to have a complete picture of the customer’s experience. Customer journey maps (CJM) help shift employees’ focus beyond individual interactions towards a broader examination of the customer experience.

Let’s start with a definition. A customer journey map is the representation of the steps and emotional states a specific customer goes through during a period of time to accomplish a specific goal that may include some interactions with your organization. A journey map visually depicts the major stages of the journey, the steps that the customer takes with and without the company, the customer’s expectations along with his or her perceptions of the experience, and how the customer feels during each stage.

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Ecco come Disney World domina la customer experience

AICEX: E’ sufficiente leggere i giornali per pensare che talvolta la realtà supera la fantasia. Devono averlo pensato anche in Disney, perché con le nuove attrazioni a tema su Star Wars  è davvero difficile distinguere tra l’una e l’altra, perché tu stesso, in realtà, fai parte della fantasia.

If there’s one company that knows a thing or two about keeping its customers happy, it’s Disney.
This is reflected in the increasing demand for the Disney experience. In 2018 – a record year for worldwide theme park attendance – Disney saw attendance grow 4.9% from 150 million visits to 157 million visits. What’s more, revenue from Disney Parks and Resorts increased 5% year-over-year in Q2 2019, boosted by a 4% rise in average guest spending in US parks.

Delivering a great customer experience might seem like an easy task for the ‘happiest place on earth’, but Disney uses much more to delight visitors than Mickey Mouse pancakes.

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McKinsey: come sviluppare la visione della customer experience

AICEX: In questo articolo si evidenziano due temi chiave per avere successo nelle iniziative di customer experience, individuare e gestire ciò che i clienti vogliono davvero (anche se talvolta non lo sanno con precisione), e coinvolgere i dipendenti, soprattutto quelli che con i clienti interagiscono direttamente. Nulla di nuovo sotto al sole, ma allora perché è così difficile avere davvero successo?

A successful customer experience strategy starts with an aspiration centered on what matters to customers and empowering frontline workers to deliver.

Almost every successful company recognizes that it is in the customer-experience business. Organizations committed to this principle are as diverse as the online retail giant Amazon; The Walt Disney Company, from its earliest days operating in a small California studio; and the US Air Force, which uses an exotic B2B-like interface to provide close air support for ground troops under fire. Conversely, companies that are not attuned to a customer-driven marketplace are remarkably easy to spot. Consider the traditional US taxi industry, which is facing significant new competition from the likes of Lyft and Uber. Customer-service standouts clearly understand that this is central to their success as businesses.

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