More and more organisations realise that at their core they deliver a service to their customers. To stay competitive it’s important for these organisations to make this service as compelling as possible, across all touch points. From the website to the customer service and from the physical store to a single product; it should all feel as a total experience.
Customer journey mapping is a way to get control of how customers interact with a brand across all touch points. It helps to see where things are happening right now and what is needed to improve this experience. And if done right the end result becomes a tool which can be used by the organisation as a roadmap to build upon for the coming years.
In this workshop you will learn how to create and use customer journey maps in your organisation (or for clients). We dive into what is needed to make a good customer journey and how to build them in such a way that they become useful for a long period of time. We will also focus on how the customer journey impacts all layers of an organisation and has not only impact on products and services, but also on the structure of the organisation.
The workshop will be very engaging. Hands-on assignments are combined with theory.
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