New Ways To Lift The Game With Customers
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New Ways To Lift The Game With Customers

February 19, 2014

By Tony Vidler

Have you thought about rolling the dice and asking your customers what they would like you to provide?

In professional services we are often reasonable at surveying our customers for satisfaction and service levels, and asking generic questions about how we can improve in those areas.  More often than not though the feedback from customers is inconclusive and doesn’t really lead to innovation or substantially elevated service standards.

That is to be expected though when we are providing a limited context for the questions, that context being the existing service or advice offerings.

Many businesses today actually ask customers what they want in the way of products or services, and then figure out ways to deliver what it is the customers say they actually want to buy.

Why don’t we do that too?

And why don’t more professional service firms explore the gamification ideas that are proving so successful at engaging customers?

There is a major opportunity for professional service firms to investigate gamification tactics and techniques with a view to using them to find out more about what their customers actually want to achieve, and the types of decision making they want help with, and that is the subject of this quick tips video.

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