Changing Decision Processes
|How are decision processes changing, given that customers are now always connected and have more choice in what they attend to? Customers are now engaging with firms through complex journeys and paths to purchase and beyond. Firms must insert themselves — or their product or service — into the customer decision process at the right time in the right context to have an influence.|
From Experiences to Journeys and the Importance of a Network PerspectiveApr 07, 2017 Stephen Tax, University of Victoria
Stephen Tax will make the case that businesses need to recognize that their customer experiences are usually part of a customer’s journey, involving a network of providers, to solve a problem or achieve a particular goal.
The “Building Blocks” of Customer Experience: Getting It Right – in ContextApr 07, 2017 Katherine N. Lemon, Boston College and Executive Director, Marketing Science Institute
Kay Lemon will present a managerial approach that conceptualizes the “building blocks” of customer experience: its fundamental qualities, the stages in which it unfolds, and the contexts (individual, social, environmental, and market) in which it is embedded.
The 4 Minds of the Customer: A Framework for Understanding and Applying the Science of Decision MakingApr 07, 2017 Ryan Hamilton, Emory University
Ryan Hamilton will introduce the 4 Minds framework as a practical tool for understanding and applying the science of decision making in the marketplace.
Insights from MSI - 2017 Issue 1Mar 10, 2017
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Feeling Financially “Stuck” and Variety SeekingMar 10, 2017
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