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A week’s worth of #CXQOTD

I've been busy this week teaching summer session at the US Air Force Academy so haven't been posting here.  But I have found the time to respond to a bunch of CX Questions of the Day: Monday, Jeremy was asking about Journey Mapping: https://twitter.com/NicholasZeisler/status/1275139506824515592 Then, Tuesday, Neal Topf popped in to sub for Jeremy with a [...]

By |2020-08-29T00:22:18+00:00June 27th, 2020|CX Strategy, CXQOTD, Leadership, VoC|0 Comments

The Perfect Mojito

Stanley Tucci, eat your heart out! Covid weekend number 2,138 (it seems). And apropos of nothing, here’s our recipe for the perfect mojito: https://twitter.com/NicholasZeisler/status/1271973222091644930    

By |2020-06-14T01:10:54+00:00June 14th, 2020|Sightings|0 Comments

Don’t excuse it…solve it!

Customers don’t care about why you can’t get it done; they just want you to get it done.  Before you say that that sounds unfair, I’m not suggesting they want you to defy the laws of physics and make the impossible possible (well…usually they don’t).  Let me give you a small—yes, trivial—example: The other day [...]

By |2020-08-29T19:44:34+00:00June 10th, 2020|CX Culture, CX Strategy, CX Thoughts|0 Comments

Goodhart’s Law and clarity of goals

I’d written previously about Goodhart’s Law, which goes along the lines of, once a metric becomes a goal it ceases to be a good measure.  Now, I choose the words “metric”, “goal”, and “measure” all deliberately because they mean slightly different things (even if their subject is the same).  A measure is the most generic [...]

By |2020-08-29T19:44:24+00:00June 5th, 2020|CX Thoughts, Measures & Metrics|0 Comments
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