Customer Experience Reading List for Execs
April 29, 2013 Leave a comment
Here’s a short list of posts that I’d recommend sharing with executives that want to get up to speed on customer experience:
- The Four Customer Experience Core Competencies (free report). The path to customer-centricity requires mastering these four competencies: Purposeful Leadership, Compelling Brand Values, Employee Engagement, and Customer Connectedness. The report also has a self-assessment tool that execs can use to gauge their organization.
- 50 CX Tips: Simple Ideas, Powerful Results (free eBook). A list of ideas that can make a dramatic improvement in your organization’s customer experience.
- The 6 Laws Of Customer Experience (free eBook). Every executive should understand these fundamental drivers of how organizations deliver customer experience.
- 14 CX Trends for 2014. Provides the key CX themes to keep an eye on this year.
- The Ultimate Customer Experience Infographic. Shows what CX is and why it’s important (with ROI data).
- My Manifesto: Great Customer Experience Is Free. Provides a perspective of how to think about customer experience management.
- 10 CX Mistakes to Avoid. Highlights common mistakes that inhibit customer experience efforts and provides advice for overcoming these obstacles.
- The Future of Customer Experience. Shows where customer experience is heading and identifies competencies and skills necessary to gain CX maturity.
- The ROI of Customer Experience. Shows the link between good customer experience and higher loyalty and revenues.
- Three Characteristics Of Transformational Leaders. Identifies what leaders need to do if they want to drive change in their organizations.
- Lessons in CX Excellence, 2014. Provides details of the customer experience efforts of 11 organizations that were finalists in Temkin Group’s 2013 Customer Experience Excellence Awards.
- Introducing People-Centric Experience Design. A concept for enlisting the support of employees that uncovers and fulfills the needs of customers.
If your execs show interest in customer experience, then sign them up for the monthly CX Journal so they can continue on their CX learning journey.
The bottom line: An informed executive is a critical CX asset.