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To Unlock Customer Insights, Speak No Evil

June 14, 2018 by Amelia Sizemore

To Unlock Customer Insights, Speak No Evil

Imagine you’re in the midst of a journey mapping workshop and your customers are bombarding you—in a good way—with insights about their needs and expectations. Somewhere along the way, a participant recounts a particularly bad experience, and you feel compelled to explain the behind-the-scenes factors that derailed her experience. “Well, that’s because of a regulation (Read More...)

It Was A Good Week For User Agreements

April 12, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

It Was A Good Week For User Agreements

If you’re like me, you watched (or at least followed the news coverage of) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress this week. After all, privacy is an issue that customer experience champions should always have top of mind. But there was one moment in the hearings that particularly struck me: Republican Senator John Kennedy’s (Read More...)

AT&T Nails SMS

March 22, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

AT&T Nails SMS

As I was turning on my phone after touchdown in Toronto a few days ago, I realized that I hadn’t set up an international mobile plan for my trip. Ugh. I was in the process of making a mental reminder to log onto AT&T’s website once I got to my hotel room when I got (Read More...)

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2018 Service Design Award — Call for Entries!

March 19, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

2018 Service Design Award — Call for Entries!

As head of the jury for the Service Design Awards, I’m proud to stand behind the outstanding and inspirational 2017 winners, and I look forward to welcoming our 2018 submissions. So if you’re a student, designer, or professional doing great service design work, don’t miss the opportunity to gain international recognition by entering in 2018. (Read More...)

On Resistance To Change

March 16, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

On Resistance To Change

“Give me an example of a company that’s made a complete turnaround to embracing their customers.” This request always makes me chuckle. I wish I had an answer, I really do. But the sad reality is that I don’t know of a single organization that’s customer-centered through and through—except for the ones that started out (Read More...)

How To Scale Service Design: Delivery

March 12, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

How To Scale Service Design: Delivery

This is the fourth post in a series about how to scale service design, based on my closing remarks at the 2017 Service Design Global Conference in Madrid. The first three posts focused on technology, the ubiquity of contexts in which practitioners are now applying service design, and the discipline’s need for coaching. This final post will (Read More...)

How To Scale Service Design: Coaching

March 9, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

How To Scale Service Design: Coaching

I’ve been writing a series of posts about how to scale service design, based on my closing remarks at the 2017 Service Design Global Conference in Madrid. The first post of the series focused on technology, and the second on the ubiquity of contexts in which practitioners are now applying service design. In this third post, I’ll (Read More...)

Our Top 10 Customer Experience Posts of 2017

January 28, 2018 by Kerry Bodine

Our Top 10 Customer Experience Posts of 2017

It’s the beginning of a new year, which is always the perfect opportunity to reflect on the past and make grand plans for the future. (And just in case you’re wondering, that’s exactly what we’re doing here at Kerry Bodine & Co.) As part of that effort, I recently took a look back at our (Read More...)

How To Scale Service Design: Ubiquity

November 30, 2017 by Kerry Bodine

How To Scale Service Design: Ubiquity

Last week I published the first in a series of four posts on how to scale service design, based on my closing remarks at this year’s Service Design Global Conference in Madrid. The focus of that first post was technology. In today’s post, the second in the series, I’ll talk about ubiquity. “Ubiquity” can mean a lot (Read More...)

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