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  1. The final discipline of growth banking is all about listening and acting on feedback from your customers. This discipline requires an understanding of measure and metrics. It requires a commitment to closed-loop feedback. And it starts with the decision to either build or buy a Voice of the Customer solution for your own organization.

    But it's important to note: having customer data and following up with individual customer and employee feedback is not enough to move your overall Net Promoter or Customer Loyalty scores.

    Yes, you will be improving the experience for customers who share their insights and experiences with you.

    But moving the overall scores will take a keen eye and a lot of analysis of customer insights. You'll need to pinpoint the one thing to do next to improve your business. Whether it's adapting a solution, adding a feature, or emphasizing a capability, it takes systemic changes to impact the experience of customer segments (or for all of your customers).
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  2. In this customer story, Canterbury City Council’s Product Manager, David Newell shares a little bit about how his organisation’s customer feedback programme (with Mopinion’s software) has helped his team become more customer centric online.
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  3. More and more government agencies and NGOs are starting to focus on what is called ‘the online citizen experience’. In fact according to an Accenture survey, nearly 65% of public service leaders have claimed that a personalised, online citizen experience is one of their highest priorities. However, in order to achieve this, these agencies must digitise their efforts and start catering to their citizens in an online environment. So how do they do that exactly?
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  4. You probably said “customer” without even thinking about it, right? And you would be correct! But, to design your service experience intentionally around your customers’ needs and wants, you must have a deep understanding of who your customer is.

    At Disney Institute, we examine the idea that too many organizations limit themselves to a tunnel-vision approach while designing their customer experience. They think: “We know our customers don’t like to wait in long lines” or “We know they expect us to answer the phone after so many rings.”
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  5. I’m already seeing it: people are starting to talk and write about customer experience trends for 2019. It’s only the start of Q4! We haven’t even made it through 2018 yet! Still lots of time to make things happen. (Right?!)

    Regardless, I’m not big on talking about customer experience trends for the new year any more. I have in the past, but I gave up a couple years ago. Why? Because I’m finding that a lot of companies are still trying to figure out the basics. Sadly.
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  6. At the heart of every successful customer-centric company is that they get paid for paying attention: to the needs of their customers and to the things that result in internal efficiency and effectiveness. By learning faster, while staying on strategy and on message, the results and rewards can be substantial.

    What can a purpose-driven chemical company in a highly-regulated and competitive market teach you about building a customer-centric culture and driving great results? More than you might suspect.
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  7. Data shows that customers expect to be interacted with, and those interactions heavily influence retention. 51% of consumers expect companies to ask them for feedback directly, which may explain why the volume of feedback is low for companies who don’t bother asking. Unprompted, companies typically only hear from ~1% of their customers. Not only do customers expect it, it’s also a strategic investment—we’ve found that simply interacting with customers and gathering mobile customer feedback can increase three-month retention by as much as 400%.

    Companies can’t call themselves customer-centric if they aren’t talking with and listening to their customers, no matter the channel or vehicle. That said, blasting customers or soliciting feedback from mass groups of customers is not the type of strategy that will yield quality results.
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  8. Customer-centricity is the discipline of attempting to see things from the customer’s viewpoint rather than from your own, including the essential understanding that those who are “in the business” simply know too much, from too internal viewpoint, to be truly customer-centric without making a conscious and disciplined effort.

    As a customer-centricity consultant, specializing in using this discipline to transform companies’ customer experience, I strive to keep the concept simple, since it truly is simple, at its core: The goal is to keep the customer’s viewpoint and the customer’s ultimate wellbeing at the center of everything a company does. (I doubt I even need to draw you a diagram, but if I did, it would be a circle with the customer in the—you guessed it—center. All of our actions, at all points around the circumference, would be undertaken in response to our focus on that center point.)
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  9. Want to take a look behind the curtain and see how things work in the online feedback industry? I recently sat down with Mopinion Co-Founders and feedback experts, Udesh Jadnanansing and Kees Wolters to get their advice on how businesses can make their user feedback truly meaningful.

    In this interview, Jadnanansing and Wolters elaborate on key topics circulating the feedback industry such as how to harness the right data, how to improve customer experience and engagement, what a successful data exchange looks like, how brand-to-consumer relationships will evolve over the next few years and more…
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  10. The concept of ‘consumer experience’ has been such a hot topic of conversation for so long, you’d think that every brand is prioritizing customer-centricity and succeeding by delivering superior experiences.

    But you’d be wrong.

    In today’s shopping climate, retailers and brand leaders seem to understand that putting customers first is the only way to thrive — but they don’t always act like it. In a new research report, Consumer Experience in the Retail Renaissance, we surveyed more than 550 traditional retail, pure play, consumer goods, and branded manufacturing leaders about their approach to consumer experience.

    Our report found that most brand leaders pay lip service to consumer experience, but not due attention. Download the full report for more details and data.

    These findings may be a bit surprising given the near complete power shift from brands to consumers. A few proof points:
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