CX4IT - Customer Experience For IT

A Workshop for Technology Executives

Thursday, March 15, 2018San Francisco, CA

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    • Clients:
      $1975
    • Non-clients:
      $1975
    • Government, education, and nonprofit:
      $1775

    All prices in USD.

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    Event Overview

    Your employees have experiences that drive whether they work closely with IT or want to work with IT at all. You can change those experiences by applying end-customer experience practices to the design and delivery of your systems and processes for employees. This approach provides a keener understanding of how your systems and processes should engage employees and to identify where your internal ecosystem is limiting employee's strategic business engagement.

     

    In this intense and interactive all-day workshop you will learn how to build and apply end-customer experience skills to your employees. The workshop gives you hands-on experience with employee journey maps, scenario designs, and personas — providing insights into how these can help employees willingly include you in their planning conversations and comply with tech usage policies. You will gain a sense of urgency for understanding your employee’s needs and expectations; visualize the internal ecosystem that enables your employees’ journey; and evaluate strengths and weaknesses of this ecosystem, determining the overall health of the employee experience.

     

    Key Takeaways

    • The seven steps to effective journey mapping.
    • The four approaches to mapping customer journeys.
    • Five essential checklist items to get started quickly and ensure effectiveness.
    • Ecosystem health diagnostics.
    • The five-why root cause analysis for prioritization

    Who Should Attend?

    Technology leaders tasked with supporting their organization's/enterprise's CX efforts:

    • Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, and Chief Data Officers
    • VP level in Information Technology and Business Technology, App Dev & Design, I&O, Technology Strategy/Planning, eBiz & Channel
    • Managers and Directors that support key leaders above