Business Agility Live in [Conversations with Game Changers] hosts Stephen Parry on the 12th of May, 3pm BST (4pm CEST). The live 45-minute conversation with Mike Leber, Manoj Khanna and others will be broadcast on various social media, including YouTube.
“ ... there are a growing number of CX influencers who continue to coach, guide, and inspire both company executives and the next generation of professionals to return customer centricity to the heart of their operations,” says Customer Experience Magazine, and Stephen Parry has been named as one of its top 25 CX Influencers for 2019.
Stephen says, "These honours are only realised through the continuous hard work of countless managers and staff who strive daily to implement influencer ideas to improve both customer experiences and create great places to work. I'm thrilled to be in the company of these amazing CX practitioners and thought leaders who have also been recognised." See the full list here.
Traditionally, technologists sat behind an organisation’s IT department walls. When they delivered technology to the designated specification, they considered their job done. Lean, in its pure form, changed this entirely, and its legacy, can be felt in current change methods that recognise the importance of front-line staff and their engagement with customers.
We are delighted to announce that our CEO Stephen Parry has been appointed as a judge for the CXA’19 - the UK Customer Experience Awards. The judging panel comprises a diverse range of industry specialists, and the awards are unique in that the finalists present their entry live on the day of the finals to ensure a balanced and transparent scoring process.
When working on business transformations, I often start by showing the team a hybrid image of Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein, which was created by Dr. Aude Oliva at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is the same image but can be perceived in two different ways depending on the distance from it.
How does adaptability work? How does it make a business more profitable? I'm asked these and related questions almost daily.