Last month we celebrated Heart of the Customer’s 5th year anniversary. The team got together to share where we are, discuss best practices, plan for the future, and—most importantly—to celebrate! We were also grateful to have Angelica Bonacci from Allianz come to tell us about the ways her organization is using our journey mapping work to drive internal change.
This led me to reflect on what has occurred over the last five years in terms of journey mapping as an art. Next week, we’ll have five posts discussing journey mapping and how it has changed. The five are:
- Journey mapping has moved from a nice-to-have to a must-have in customer experience.
- We’re still challenged by navigating trade-offs when deciding what to map.
- Too many see journey mapping as just a workshop.
- Journey mapping tools still don’t address the most critical challenges.
- Journey mapping is still happening in silos.
These all reflect, to varying degrees, the five journey mapping questions that you should consider before embarking on a project:
- What is the business problem or opportunity?
- What is the right journey to map?
- Who is the right customer to map?
- What is the right approach to bring the voice of your customer to life?
- Who should be on your journey mapping team?
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