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GM, Toyota, and Target: Easier to do “The Wrong Thing” on Safety and Security?

Why do companies find it easier to cover up mistakes rather than preventing then, detecting them early on, and taking action, and taking full responsibility, and are extreme measures needed to break this behavior pattern?
Categories Tags It never ceases to amaze me how much more effort companies seem to… make in reacting to covering up… blameshifting… and recovering from errors of their own creation https://digitaltransformation.frost.com/expert-insights/viewpoints/gm-toyota-and-target-easier-do-wrong-thing-safety-and-security/

Part 2: The Next Generation Customer Experience Landscape

What will the new customer experience environment, or landscape look like.
Categories Tags In my last blog we discussed the death of the cal… as omnichannel customer service blazes the trail to the next gener…ation of customer experience management. We left off with the question https://digitaltransformation.frost.com/expert-insights/viewpoints/part-2-next-generation-customer-experience-landscape/

Omnichannel Customer Service (Part 1)

A two part look at the decline of the traditional "call center", the factors causing it. and what customer service will look like going forward in the North American market.
Categories Tags   The North American contact center industry has reached …maturity… which is the code word for a gradual demise.  As noted in the analysis https://digitaltransformation.frost.com/expert-insights/viewpoints/omnichannel-customer-service-part-1/