Do more, do less, keep doing. That’s it: three simple lists. This technique is elegance itself. You can use it following a major project to brainstorm lessons learnt or to identify quick wins following Voice of the Customer research. It also works very well for scoping your personal New Year’s resolutions, or digging deep on […]
How do you establish shared, customer-centric motivation in your teams? Group IQ is the ability of teams to perform well. Groups with high emotional intelligence outperform those with high cognitive abilities (Goleman). Harmonious groups try harder and pull together. Shared motivation provides the ‘pull’ in the same direction. So how do leaders establish shared, customer-centric […]
For some organizations the core objective of customer journey mapping is to reduce the loss of prospects. For others, the goal is to start understanding the experience of prospects and customers who are trying to navigate your organization. For those responsible for product and service development, it’s about uncovering opportunities to serve customers better. In […]
Whether you are working on the fuzzy-front end of product or service development, developing customer personas to better target your marketing communications or diving into customer experience, doing voice of the customer market research typically means sitting down with customers, listening and capturing their ideas. So how do you get set up for success when collecting […]
The following checklists consider; which customers to include when conducting market research, and how to decide which customers to involve in your learning. Voice of the customer, face to face usability testing, customer persona development and customer journey mapping development are some of the examples where these customer selection lists are useful.