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  1. Digital transformation remains an obstacle course. At Connected Enterprise ’17, the BT-150 executive panel shared how they faced these obstacles, moving beyond noisy KPIs and stifling performance reviews.
    https://diginomica.com/2017/12/15/overcoming-noisy-kpis-and-other-obstacles-to-digital-transformation-practitioners-speak-out/
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  2. For some time now there has been much hype and hopeful news that Net Promoter Score (NPS) was perhaps after all the Holy Grail of customer satisfaction measurement: one single question with a link to business KPIs. Yet over time the number of sceptics has grown, and they have become more vocal. As professionals that have worked with clients using NPS and other customer satisfaction metrics, we would prefer to take a more balanced view of NPS. We also decided to discuss this view with our associates in the United States and AsiaPac region so we could get a global perspective and draw up the advantages and disadvantages of NPS, with special consideration given to NPS as a predictor of future customer loyalty.
    http://www.customerchampions.co.uk/net-promoter-score-nps-a-balanced-view/
    Tags: , , , by eringilliam (2017-11-07)
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