How customer experience best practices anticipate and adapt to needs


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    How Do You Know You Are Making The Right Big Bet?

    The future of customer experience is full of opportunities. However, the technologies of the future are not enough. Adaptive, memorable customer experiences require empathy and innovation. Liliana tackles this in an installment of JetBlue Into the Blue blog series. Along with her guests, Liliana explores how to envision future customer experience. After all, envisioning the future is the first step to building it. Here, Liliana talks customer experience best practices and organizational culture

    Keep in mind, these CX best practices don’t merely define the customer experience field. They position customer experience programs for success. 

    Technology and Aspiration

    Further, Liliana’s customer experience conversation looks at technology and aspiration. As Allegra Burnette, former Forrester consultant, says, “don’t tie it to technology, tie it to an aspiration.” 

    With that in mind, let’s look at CX practices and innovation. Liliana and JetBlue leap into the unknown. They use micro-innovation and empathy to create consistent, memorable experiences.

    Then, they infuse innovation and empathy in every interaction. Always with an eye on their True North.

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    More questions about customer experience best practices?

    Do you want to learn more? Explore The Petrova Experience Blog. Listen to our customer experience seminars and events. Find out how to build customer experience strategy. And read how to design customer experience programs.

    Finally, understand how to create a culture that puts the customer at the center of your organization.

    Organizational Culture and Access to Information

    By and large, people perceive culture as an HR discipline. The most common perception is that culture covers the soft side of performance. Culture is about how you do things, not so much about what you do. This approach to culture could not be more wrong. In fact, organizational culture is about so much more than a few words in a performance review sheet.  It is about leaders expressing values, and the action guidance their cultural behaviors provide.

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