Organizations must continue to “put out the daily fires” and execute the short-term adjustments that are required. But if that same organization wants to be best-in-class five or 10 years down the road, it must look beyond tomorrow – or next month, or next year – to which technological and societal changes will influence the way the world will work in the future.
Many elements of the Experience Management (XM) Operating Framework contribute to gaining insights on ways to improve the customer experience. One of the methods of taking action on those insights is through Process Integration. Process integration can take place in many shapes and forms. It can address direct problems that customers have told you about.… Read more »
What if we started to think of problems as strategic opportunities? When reframed from “challenge to solve” into “chance to change,” problems create a valuable time to capture diverse data and put new processes or systems in place. The higher-level thinking makes the business better long-term—and contributes to its vision and goals for the future.
Most organizations assert that they are in search of continuous improvement. The question is how many are effective in their efforts. The continuous improvement process includes key performance indicators (KPIs), planning, accountability, communication, recognition of achievements, and more.