A recent stop on the IBM outthink tour 2016 punctuated the evolution of cognitive learning systems and their implications for marketing and the delivery of customer experiences that foster retention and loyalty. See how cognitive capabilities are being incorporated into the fabric of everyday job
Human resources has always been about people: attracting people, finding the right people for the right role, supporting and developing the people you do choose to hire. Historically, that process has relied heavily on human intuition. Now, like other industries, HR is being transformed by the
An important ingredient for any successful business is its staff. And yet recent research shows that human resources ranks lowest among front office operations when it comes to using predictive analytics, particularly to recruit and retain the right professionals for the right positions. But that
Customer experience (CX) is all about people getting what they need in their lives. People in your company are central to designing and delivering great customer experiences. As we discussed in part 1, human resources (HR) departments can make a big difference is helping companies achieve CX goals
People are at the center of providing and receiving customer experiences. It is commonly accepted that engaged employees are a prerequisite for high-value, engaged customers. So, it stands to reason that human resources (HR) departments have great potential to influence customer experience (CX).
People are on both sides of the customer experience equation: customers and employees. Though shifts in one side of the equation do not always equate to a shift in the other side, invariably the effect is tangible. With the employee as the biggest factor in the customer equation, how does the human