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UX Maturity Model and Strategy Scorecard

Posted in Agile, Customer Experience, and Experience Design

Your products and services are delivering an experience to your customers regardless if you are consciously managing them. A good experience delights customers and generates…

How to Get Your UX Team a Seat at the Table: Building UX into Business Competency

Posted in Business Strategy, Experience Design, and Leadership

I have grown several UX departments from little or nothing to global highly efficient and effective teams. In every case, it was the same –…

Defining and Developing Your UX Strategy and KPIs

Posted in Agile, Business Strategy, and Experience Design

I recently helped a large enterprise software organization define and develop their UX strategic objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPI). We held a two-day offsite.…

How to Hire the Right User Experience Talent

Posted in Business Strategy, Experience Design, and Leadership

Over the years, this is the most consistent question I get asked is “How do you hire the right User Experience talent?” Here are my…

Plans Don’t Fail. People Fail to Plan

Posted in Agile, Business Strategy, and Design

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower In the Agile Manifesto, it…

Take Part in Actuation Consulting 5th Annual Study of Product Teams

Posted in Product

These annual ongoing studies share information that is meaningful to executives of product organizations in general and product executives in particular. Once the survey is…

Small Companies can Deliver Great Experiences just like Apple

Posted in Brand, Business Strategy, Customer Experience, and Experience Design

Did you get a chance to catch me on Real Talk San Diego1700 AM Friday, December 3 from 11 to 12? If not or if…

Customer Satisfaction, Customer Effort and Net Promoter Score: Different Metrics to Measure Different Aspect of your Customer Experience

Posted in Analytics, Brand, Customer Experience, Experience Design, Service Design, and Voice of the Custostomer

Customer satisfaction (CSAT) is a measure of how products and/or services meet customer expectation. Organizations ask their customers whether their product and/or service have met…

25 Best Practices to Employee Engagement

Posted in Culture, Customer Experience, Leadership, Uncategorized, and Voice of the Custostomer

The Temkin Group recently published The Five I’s of Employee Engagement. As recent research has shown us the direct correlation between employee engagement, customer loyalty…

To Maintain Quality, We Must Do Some Pruning

Posted in Customer Experience, Leadership, and Uncategorized

Jason Fried, of 37 Signals, wrote this in his recent blog, Pruning: Making room for something new: “It’s so easy to create (because creating is fun),…

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