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The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful,Customer Experience Program in Telecoms. Executive Summary 3,Introduction 4,Why are Telecoms so bad at Customer Experience 4. I How is the CE Governed in Telcos 6, II Organizational challenges to Customer Experience how to. overcome silos 11, III What is the Customer Experience Telecoms are trying to deliver 14. IV How emotions are emerging as a competitive differentiator 16. V What are the leading practices in Journey Mapping 18. VI What is the most effective way of prioritising your Customer. Experience initiatives 19, VII How to build a business case for Custopmer Experience.
initiatives 22,http www beyondphilosophy com 2,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms,Executive Summary. Telecoms executives say that Customer Experience CE is a top priority for. them and yet neither they nor customers rate their telecoms experience. particularly well We embarked on a research to investigate why that is the. We found that people within the industry struggle to point a telecom they. admire and therefore they should look outside the industry for best practices. In terms of governance Chapter I the CE usually sits within the Marketing. department but where the organisation has been on the CE journey for more. than 3 years it has been elevated to a cross functional unit and in some. instances the Head of CE even has veto rights However in many companies. the Head of CE has only been given responsibilities but hardly any authority. A whopping 70 of the respondents in the research said that silo mentality is. the biggest organisational hurdle they face Chapter II In our experience we. have found that cross functional Customer Councils help overcome this. obstacle Another issue that we have found is that majority of telecoms have. not defined and communicated the experience they are trying to deliver. Chapter III This leads to everyone doing what they think is right and results. in a disjoint experience, The approach to Customer Experience that most telecoms have taken is. primarily focused on fixing the basics using voice of the customer programs. looking at complaints etc The true driver for those actions is the desire to cut. costs and in best cases these lead to reducing the negative emotions in the. experience Chapter IV However the opportunity for differentiation and. loyalty lies in purposefully building positive emotions in the experience and. one of the ways to do that is via Journey Mapping Chapter V Yet few. companies have recognised this opportunity as 75 of telecoms prioritise. their CE initiatives based on customer complaints data and what customers. say they want Chapter VI The problem with that is that people are not. necessarily aware of the true drivers of their behaviour which are often. subconscious or emotional and thus not able to verbalise on these Basing. investment decisions on what people say they want may also prove to be a. quite costly mistake and is the main reason why it took so long for Customer. Experience to take off as a business discipline, With all the above said it s no surprise that customer experience professionals. struggle to build the business case for CE initiatives In Chapter VII we look at. the various options to justify those,http www beyondphilosophy com 3.
The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful,Customer Experience Program in Telecoms. Introduction, Back in 2011 we at Beyond Philosophy undertook a comprehensive review of. the state of the global market for Customer Experience Management The. Research was based on a sample of 8 000 Customer Experience CE executives. from 239 countries and regions of the world as well as in depth interviews of 53. leading authorities on Customer Experience from six continents One of the. findings was that Telcos were allocating the most resources to customer. experience, A Bloomberg Business Week research also reported that 92 of Telecom. executives say that Customer Experience is a top strategic objective for them. and yet they themselves rate their own experience pretty low And so do. customers A poll in LinkedIn found that the Telecommunications industry. provided the worst customer experience 39 of the votes followed by the. Banking industry with 22 of the votes, This prompted us to investigate why the experience they provide is so poor. given that executives say it is a top priority and they commit resources to it We. conducted a research amongst senior customer experience professionals and. executives from 40 leading Telcos in North America Latin America Europe. Africa and the Middle East,Why are Telecoms so bad at Customer Experience.
One of the questions we asked really proved to be the killer question We. asked the respondents Which Telecoms company do you most admire for. delivering a good Customer Experience The silence was deafening We heard a. couple of names such as O2 Vodafone AT T repeating but the answers were. not convincing, The first recommendation is a simple one but very important If you wish to. improve your customer loyalty and retention the solution does not lie in the. Telecoms industry DO NOT look to other Telecoms companies for best practice. It doesn t exist As no one is standing out in providing a good Customer. Experience we would suggest you don t try and copy your competition. Therefore it is critical to look at the Customer Experience outside the telecoms. industry attend seminars conferences from other industries sectors or employ. consultants with a broad background and learn from them. Colin Shaw looks at why is this the case, First of all full disclosure Let me say straight away I worked 18 years in. Telecoms before leaving them 10 years ago to set up one of the first ever. dedicated Customer Experience consultancies Beyond Philosophy Let me start. http www beyondphilosophy com 4,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, by saying I couldn t be doing the job I am today without the learning I gained at. BT They are a good employer but the reality is they dealt with Customers. poorly BT were very internally focussed A number of the traits I witnessed at. BT I now see in many other Telco s today For example BT had values that said. We put the Customer first The reality was far from this Customers came a. distance second to what was good for the organization Cost cutting internal. politics profits and the need for positive analyst briefing always outweighed the. Customer I hope it is different now, Back in the day Senior Managers said they were interested in the Customer but.
their actions showed they weren t Two occasions spring to mind The first was. when my colleagues suggested we stopped measuring Customer Satisfaction as. they never paid any attention to the results The second occurred on the last day. at BT I attended a budget meeting We were reviewing where we were spending. money for our 55 000 engineers I always remember observing at the end of the. meeting that not one initiative was focussed on improving the Customer. Experience All new initiatives were focussed on cost reduction The reality was. the Customer was not in their blood It was not part of the culture. Is your organization like this I don t see a lot of change in the Telecoms. companies I have seen recently To answer my own question the reason. telecoms are so bad at Customer Experience is because there is a focus on. themselves rather than the Customer despite the words of Senior Exec s to the. contrary This attitude then spills over into every aspect of their behaviour Let. me also say Telecoms are not alone This is prevalent in far too many. organizations The biggest lesson I have learnt in the fifteen years I have been. doing Customer Experience is it s all about the mind set Telecoms mind set is. inside out, On a personal basis I realised BT was not serious about improving the Customer. Experience and realised my future lay elsewhere by starting up my own. company Beyond Philosophy and working with companies who are serious This. is one of the best decisions I have made in my long career. The good news is we have worked with some good telecoms companies who are. doing a good job on Customer Experience Turkcell in Turkey and du in the UAE. are good examples of what should be done See our webinar case study. http www beyondphilosophy com thought leadership webinars best practices. building market leading customer experience, In my humble opinion I still believe there is a massive opportunity for a. Telecoms company to get this right and people would then flock to them. However it takes actions not words It will take true commitment from the top. and a dedicated team of Customer Experience professionals In the meantime I. live in hope for an industry I still have a great affinity to One thing is clear. Customer Experience professionals need to look for inspiration outside the. http www beyondphilosophy com 5,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, Telecoms industry not within to truly make a difference in their Customer. Experience, I How is the Customer Experience Governed in Telcos.
We started our investigation by looking at how the customer experience is. governed in Telecoms and who owns it what are the responsibilities and the. authority of the CE owner and how does it evolves within the organisation. Who owns the Customer Experience, In 50 of the organisations we spoke to Customer Experience was sitting within. the Marketing department Marketing people are the ones most used to thinking. about the consumer psychology emotions buying behaviour and conducting. research so this is a natural incubator place for it The problem with this one. though is that in some cases they have little authority over Operations which. makes implementation of initiatives more difficult. In 18 of the cases Customer Experience was sitting within Customer Service. Again this seem to be a natural place for it as customer service people usually. have the customers at heart and have a view of what causes customer irritation. complaints etc The potential problem with this position though is that Customer. Experience is seen only for the front line people i e rebranding of Customer. Service rather than embedding the customer experience thinking into all parts of. the organisation, Another 18 of the respondents said that Operations own the Customer. Experience within their organisation However for us the more interesting finding. http www beyondphilosophy com 6,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, was that 9 said that in their organisation the Customer Experience was. established as a cross functional team that reports to the board Those were. organisations who took on the customer experience journey about 3 years ago. We ve been long advocating for a cross functional Customer Experience Council. as a way to fight silo mentality and now it seems more organisations are taking. on this route, What we didn t find in Telecoms and is a rare practice in Fortune 500 companies.
but also one that needs consideration is the case when Customer Experience sits. within Human Resources which by itself is an awful word e g treating people as. resources That way the HR managers can be responsible for both the employee. and customer experience which are interlinked For that to work you need an HR. manager who is really good at convincing and less on admin and hitting on the. brakes as most HR departments do, As you can see from the above where Customer Experience sits in the early. stages of its development depends from the situation within the organisation and. ultimately who within the boardroom has endorsed it and is sponsoring it Once. it gets past its embryonic phase and more people endorse it we would. recommend that it becomes a cross functional unit governed by a Customer. Experience Council chaired by the Chief Customer Officer. So what is the typical customer experience maturity path. The Na ve Stage, Usually a Customer Experience focus starts with people being supportive on. words When growth becomes a challenge executives start to look at the. customer attrition ratios customer complaints etc to meet their targets. Typically everyone is in support to the improving the experience who would say. that improving the Customer Experience s is the wrong thing to do but does. that translate to action In most cases someone is given the responsibility but. when it comes to actual implementation and assigning resources people are. unwilling to let that person interfere with their usual way of working In short. everyone is happy until you ask them to do something This is where the support. of an exec is extremely important to take the improvement initiatives off the. Low End Transactional Stage, As the organisation is not yet ready to jump with both feet at this stage we. found that organizations start with a pilot project to prove the concept For. example some teams create initial smartphone set up leaflets e mail guidelines. etc in order to eliminate dump contacts like how do I do x thus reducing costs. and the same time improving the experience Another example would be. eliminating major sources of complaints e g TV and broadband teams missing. their home visit appointments which drives extra call centre traffic as well. http www beyondphilosophy com 7,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, Once the pilot project has proven its worth organisations increase the capacity.
of the Customer Experience teams and make them formally responsible for the. Customer Experience within the organisation They are to own the voice of the. customer program and to act on it So the team start collecting lots of customer. data and acting on some findings but in an year s time many of the overall. metrics e g Customer Satisfaction Net Promoter Score etc don t improve. significantly, There are several reasons why this usually happens For one the team is missing. an overall strategy which aligns the whole organisation e g HR Finance Legal. Marketing Operations etc Without such each does what they think the. experience should look like or sometimes what s best for their own department. The end result is a disjoint experience A second reason is the lack of authority. of the Head of Customer Experience to implement the changes needed When. the Head of CE goes to the manager of another department and speaks of a. better way to serve customers that manager may get defensive as to why are. they intruding and teaching him how to do his job or the excuse often is yes. that sounds good but I don t have the resources to implement it I need xyz. from another department,High End Transactional Stage. The path forward goes through overcoming the above mentioned obstacles The. Head of CE needs their word to be heard over what type of people get recruited. what gets measured what s the basis of people s remunerations as well as to. poses some budget of his own and have a say over the operational expenses. http www beyondphilosophy com 8,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, The understanding of senior management and proof from the pilot project that. the concept works are crucial for the Head of CE s role to be elevated to a level. where he needs to give his stamp on decisions reports to the board and can. easily set up appointments to meet the CEO who can play an arbitrage role at. times One of the early goals for the Head of CE at this stage is for his team to. be involved in the early and final stages of new product and service. development That way they can have their input in the design of new. products services and the final word when those have passed through all other. departments and deviated from the original concept. Some organisations have taken this even further to the extent where the Head. of CE has veto rights For example when the company was about to launch a. new product the Head of CE said that for it to be successful and the customer. experience to live up to the standards it needed the full support of the IT. department but the IT people said that they couldn t commit the resources. required at that stage Therefore the Head of CE vetoed the decision to launch. the product as it would have been rushed, We have worked with many organisations which have fallen in such traps In the.
early stages of development they have been too focused on acquisition and rush. to market while the customer matters have been of second tier importance until. http www beyondphilosophy com 9,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, they reach an enormous back log of problems and complaints customers start. to churn at higher rates and a bad word of mouth starts to circulate. Apple is an example which shows that not rushing in to the market when things. are not yet to standards is a strategy that pays off For example when Steve. Jobs was about to launch Apple Stores he and his store guru Ron Johnson. suddenly decided to delay everything a few months so that the stores layouts. could be reorganized around activities and not just product categories1. A similar thing happened as Jobs and Jony Ive Apple s industrial designer were. finishing the iPad At one point Jobs looked at the model and felt slightly. dissatisfied It didn t seem casual and friendly enough to scoop up and whisk. away They needed to signal that you could grab it with one hand on impulse. They decided that the bottom edges should be slightly rounded so that a user. would feel comfortable just snatching it up rather than lifting it carefully That. meant engineering had to design the necessary connection ports and buttons in. a thin simple lip that sloped away gently underneath Jobs delayed the product. until the change could be made2,Enlightened Stage, The key characteristic of this stage is the existence of a Chief Customer Officer. A study published by HBR shows that the name can vary e g Chief Experience. Officer at Signa Executive Vice President Member Experience at USAA Chief. Global Customer and Marketing Officer at Dunkin brands but the essence. remains the same The elevation of this role comes as organisations realise that. in the ever more connected customer environment in order to continue growing. they need to be more focused on the customer than ever before Prior to that. role the case usually is that operations are focused on products and services. finance on collecting payments sales on meeting short term revenue goals but. no one is looking after the customer, However if your organisation just want to follow the trends and decides to skip a. stage and appoint a Chief Customer Officer you might be setting yourself for. failure as there are three important pre conditions for this role to succeed 1 a. strategic mandate to differentiate based on customer experience which 92 of. telecom executives say is the goal of their organisation 2 a portfolio of. successful projects to create buy in and start the CE cultural change accrued. during the Transactional Stage and 3 an uniform understanding and support of. the board for what the position can accomplish3, In our research amongst 40 Telecoms we did not come across one that has.
introduced the role of Chief Customer Officer yet but we also didn t come across. a Telco that is admired and considered as a true role model by others in the. http hbr org 2012 04 the real leadership lessons of steve jobs ar 6. http www beyondphilosophy com 10,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, industry Therefore Telecoms need to look outside the industry for best. practices Companies like Philips Lighting FedEx SAP as well as the above. mentioned USAA and Dunkin brands have already implemented this role. Natural Stage, Finally if you reach the natural stage where the DNA of the customer is. embedded within the organisation employees have a natural understanding of. the customer needs and emotions and the senior leadership is putting. customers in front of short term profits then you won t need the role of Chief. Customer Officer anymore nor a dedicated customer experience department. II Organizational challenges to CE how to,overcome silos. We all know a lack of coordination between an organization s departments can. be one of the key factors in causing a poor Customer Experience 70 of the. respondents in our research said that silo mentality is one of the biggest. organisational hurdles As the end to end Customer Experience touches many. Fig 4 parts of the,organization this is one,of the key challenges.
an organization faces,Here are Colin s,I always remember. speaking a number of,years ago on the same,platform as Tom Peters. I always remember,Tom saying any,organization of over five. people is too big Clearly this was an intended exaggeration but his point was. sound When you get more than 5 people complications set in Lack of. communications politics etc People are tribal Sales don t like Marketing and. vice versa Operations think they do the real work everyone hates Finance. People are naturally focused on their own department their own problems their. own job and their own status don t even get me started on company politics. Whilst most people will be mildly interested in the problems other parts of the. organizations are having they are totally focussed on what affects them. Therefore one of the key issues to drive a great Customer Experience is the. need for organizational alignment Aligning the measures actions focus etc is. http www beyondphilosophy com 11,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, critical But whose job is it to do this Who looks at the overall experience of the.
Earlier we spoke of the role of Chief Customer Officer and clearly there are many. Customer Experience teams now I don t intend going into these roles but suffice. it to say it is vital for any organization trying to improve their overall experience. to have someone who has the responsibility and authority to do so They must. then establish a mechanism and infrastructure where the review of the total end. to end experience can take place Without this the experience will be. uncoordinated and will incur additional costs, As one of the very first dedicated Customer Experience Consultancies in the. world we have seen many methods being deployed over our ten years The best. mechanism we have found is to establish regular Customer Experience. Councils The purpose of these councils is to bring together key people across. the organization to review the end to end experience. One of our clients Maersk Line one of the world s largest container shipping. companies at our recommendation the firm gave regional divisions the option of. putting regional Customer Experience Councils in place The 55 regions that. have set up local councils also received a three day training course in customer. experience improvement methods The firm then did a study comparing regions. with and without a council The result participating local offices score 10 points. higher on their NPS than those offices that opted out Clearly the Customer. Experience Councils have been just one part of an overall solution that we have. been working with them on but Maersk Line have improved their Net Promoter. score by 40 points in 30 months A fantastic achievement Forrester were so. impressed they wrote a case study on this4, What does a Customer Experience Council look like Ideally this is chaired by the. Chief Customer Officer or the leader of the CE team. The objective of a Customer Experience Council is, Bring together all departments who impact the Customer Experience. Work as a team to improve the end to end Customer Experience. Ensure everyone understands the inter dependencies between departments and. the effect on the Customers Experience,Identify gaps and overlaps. Ensure everyone is creating the desired experience. http www forrester com Conversations With Customer Experience Leaders Maersk Lines Je. sper Engelbrecht Thompson E, WEB8343 Conversations With Customer Experience Leaders Maersk Lines Jesper Engelbre.
cht Thomsen quickscan E RES60393,http www beyondphilosophy com 12. The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful,Customer Experience Program in Telecoms. Review Customer data and measures when making decisions to improve the. experience,Prioritize activity,Who should attend, Any part of the organization that affects the Customer including outsourced. In terms of personnel this should be attended by people senior enough to make. decisions and stick by them They need to be able to understand the issues and. understand the implications of any decisions being made. What type of issues should be discussed, 1 Understand and record the end to end journey of a Customer not the. organizations process, 2 How the organization is performing against their Customer measures.
3 How to align measures, 4 What can be done to improve the Customer Experience. 5 How the individual departments are performing against their Customer. 6 Deciding on initiatives to improve the Customer Experience. 7 Prioritizing activity,8 What is best practice,Typical Agenda. 1 Actions from last meeting, 2 Results of overall Customer satisfaction measures. 3 Reports from the various departments on their Customer Satisfaction. measures and what they are doing to improve the Customer Experience. 4 Ensuring best practices are being cross fertilized. 5 Review of current initiatives programs,6 Review Customer measures. 7 Prioritization and planning of future initiatives. 8 Review of any Customer research taken place, By stabilizing this process people start to see the whole Customer journey and.
realize the impact they are having on the overall experience of the Customer. Through the right measurement overlaps and gaps can be identified and. http www beyondphilosophy com 13,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, opportunities to improve the experience can be worked on Finally it is a signal. to the rest of the organization that the Customer Experience is important. We would highly recommend that all organizations implement this type of. structure It is not the entire answer by any means but goes a long way to being. part of the solution,III What is the Customer Experience Telecoms are. trying to deliver,Now imagine that you,have followed our advices. above and you have,overcome the,organisational silos And so.
everyone is on board with,the customer experience,and wants to do provide a. good customer experience,However what one thinks a. good experience for their,customers would be and, what another thinks might be two completely different things Since every bit of. the organisation impacts customers and business value one way or another it is. crucial that all departments share the same understanding of what is the. experience to deliver Just like sailors used the North Star as guidance to stay on. course organisations need to define the experience they want to make manifest. and use it as guidance in their daily decision making. As you can see on figure 5 one of the reasons Telecoms are not renowned for. providing a good customer experience surely has to be that only 30 of the. organisations we interviewed believe their front line people would have an. understanding of what is the experience they are trying to deliver. The need for what we call a Customer Experience Statement in some. organisations this may be found in the form of Customer Manifesto Charter. Promise etc would arise naturally as the customer experience moves from pilot. projects to a program or strategic imperative and more people get involved. Involving various stakeholders and people from all levels when designing it is. important to get the organisational buy in Often organisations we have worked. on have made internal competitions for who s to come with the best design for. the Customer Experience Statement Having a visual representation of the. Customer Experience Statement makes it easier for people to grasp the main. http www beyondphilosophy com 14,The 7 Key Ingredients of a Successful. Customer Experience Program in Telecoms, idea even if not able to recall the exact words as is often the case with the.
numerous organisational values, See below the Customer Experience Statement of Maersk Line the company we. mentioned earlier that improved its NPS by 40 percentage points. The company chose to,centre its Customer,Experience Statement. around those emotions,in order to mark the,transition from treating. customers as a,transition to being,emotionally intelligent. and caring for their,customer s emotional,Defining the Customer.
Experience Statement,is only half of the job,done You need also. Think of the implications to make it happen, e g if trust is important for you but at the same time you have. pens on chains that doesn t send the right signal,Roll it out across the organization. Good way to do that is by creating a leaflet where you have defined. what each of the elements of the statement manifesto means in. practice e g do s and don ts,decision making,recruitment. assessment, This last point is very important as you need to help everyone understand how.
they can manifest the CES in their day job and provide them with clear metrics. If you chose that you want the experience you provide to be fun or people to. love doing business with you you need to measure how often actually people. used those words to describe their interaction with you.

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