Learn Customer Journey Mapping… in 7 Bookmarks

Start with the basics:

In order to begin down the journey mapping path (pun intended), it’s important to get an overview of the nuts and bolts of the process including sources of information, what to do with that information, and what the outputs are. Think of this as journey mapping 101. Which leads me to the first bookmark:

A Customer Journey Map, Ultra-Simplified

Now understand the “why”:

Even more important than understanding the what is the why behind journey mapping. For most organizations, there is a problem you are trying to solve. For instance, is your company experiencing a downturn in revenue? Are you losing customers? More specifically, are you losing customers at a certain point in the sales process? Happily, journey mapping is a tool that can help identify causes for the issues at hand and ultimately unlock sources of ROI:

Get it right the first time by using tips from the experts:

You are not the first person to perform journey mapping, so why not take some advice? Get some tips from the experts:

And finally, challenge yourself:

Feeling adventurous? Now that you have the basics down and can see the value that journey mapping can unlock, challenge your newfound understanding and assumptions to see what is right for your organization.

Bringing it home:

The 7 articles above are just a starting point, but a good one. Journey mapping is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor, but by simply taking a step back and looking at your customers’ experiences using a structured qualitative and quantitative approach, you are sure to unlock value for both your organization and your customer.

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Consultant with the Customer Engagement Practice at Slalom Phoenix

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Mark Visser

Mark Visser

Consultant with the Customer Engagement Practice at Slalom Phoenix