Customer Engagement

Strategy

The pros and cons of self-service CX

Picture a Venn diagram containing the words ‘fast’, ‘cheap’ and ‘good’ in three separate circles. Conventional wisdom suggests the best any organisation can hope to achieve when designing a product or service is two out of three. If you want something fast and cheap, it won’t be good, or if you want something good and fast, it won’t be cheap, and so on.

Measurement & Analytics

CX: An exercise in constant change and measurement

Measuring the impact of customer experience programs of work on the customer, business and resources is vital in the ever-important quest to keep up with market expectations, Forrester's senior analyst, Riccardo Pasto, says.

Leadership

CMO interview: Building the next vision of a mutual bank

Repositioning a growing brand, improving end-to-end customer experiences and enabling transformation are catch cries for many CMOs today. And for BankVic’s chief product and marketing officer, Deirdre Boyle, the opportunity to do all three came with the added bonus of working for a member-owned bank.

Strategy

Confirmit: Talking about a CX revolution

Customer experience evolution is much like the career of UK iconic pop band, the Beatles: You need to iterate and adapt if you're to keep up to date.

Leadership

CMO interview: Turning parking into a customer-driven industry

​ If Wilson Parking’s GM of marketing and customer experience, Vanessa Lyons, had to pinpoint one challenge she faced during her transformational first year with the parking operator, it’s overcoming traditional business mindsets.

Digital Marketing

What Bankwest has done to build better CX

The key role of marketers is to not only keep up with changing consumer expectations, but bring that external view into their organisation in order to help both grow and retain relevance, Bankwest’s executive GM of customer experience says.

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Why efficiency and effectiveness are opposing forces in a marketing tug of war

I’ve been a long-time fan of renowned effectiveness experts, Peter Field and Les Binet, and their work. But while their approach is clearly important, the marketing leader’s challenge to deliver effectiveness more often lies in organisational structure. I see the bigger question being whether a marketing chief has a seat at the executive table, and the ear and respect of the CEO and company board.

Nickie Scriven

CEO, Zenith

Augmented Reality: What’s behind the marketing industry’s failure of imagination?

Every flagship smartphone in Australia includes hardware and software purpose-built for AR. A huge audience is ready and waiting. We have an opportunity to craft extraordinary, innovative work. But to get there, we need to push our creative thinking a little harder, writes Gil Fewster.

Gil Fewster

Creative technologist, The Royals

Does your brand need a personality review?

There are five tell-tale signs your brand needs to take a long hard look at itself.

Charlie Rose

Senior Strategy Consultant, Principals

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James Fogle

7 things you need to know about Facebook's mood experiment

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6 Ways to ramp up Social Media to Your Web Design

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Ekaterina Khramkova

Forget customer experience, human experience is marketing's next frontier

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