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Welcome to the third article in my series on how to develop and implement a customer experience strategy. You can find the previous articles in the series here. Why bother with strategy? The reason you need a strategy is simple: you do not have unlimited resources and never will. The word comes from the Greek […]
Welcome to the second article in my series on how to develop and implement a customer experience strategy. This series is about customer experience in business-to-business (B2B) situations. Most of what you read elsewhere about customer experience is in the context of business-to-consumer and is not directly relevant. The reasons are the following: In B2B, […]
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Three books on improving customer experience and one containing business cartoons were published in 2017.
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Maurice’s approach to strategy development gives a short list of priorities for any business or geography. We used it successfully while I was MD of HP EMEA and Maurice was part on the EMEA Leadership Team.
I feel honored to be at #3 of the top 15 people to follow in 2017 in my primary area of interest. Fred Reichheld is of course at the top of the list.
A true leader in the application of big data analysis techniques to customer and employee surveys. It has been my pleasure to work with Maurice at HP Autonomy where I was CTO and at HP Software. He made a big difference for our customers.
As our head of Customer Experience for Software, Maurice has implemented a number of strategies that have created measurable positive results for our customers and our business. His commitment to our organization, as well as to our customers, has been remarkable and I know we will continue to feel the benefits of his contributions well in to the future.
Maurice Engineer and strategist
Maurice retired from Hewlett Packard Enterprise where he was Vice-President of Customer Experience for Software.
Before moving to HP Software in 2012, Maurice spent six years as a member of both the overall HP EMEA Leadership Team and the EMEA Enterprise Business Management Team. He implemented HP strategies that cross all businesses and functions, with a special focus improving Enterprise customer experience with HP. Other work included business strategy development for emerging markets, vertical industries, and a variety of transformational initiatives particularly in sales. He led the EDS / HP integration work for the Enterprise Business in Europe the Middle East and Africa
Peter Artist and analyst
After his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the National University of Ireland, Peter went on to do his doctorate in Cognitive Psychology at Oxford University. Among the important things he learned was that he needed to paint with his left hand, rather than his right. He combined early work at the Max Planck Institute in Munich with the development of a successful career as an artist. He ultimately left psychology to work in the visual arts full-time, including thirteen years as the editor-in-chief of Ireland’s leading art magazine, Circa.
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