Every company likes to think (and say) that they're customer-centric.
It's a nice thought, right? Putting the customer (and their feedback) first, across the entire business and across all of the products and services they sell.
But sometimes, over the course of a company expanding rapidly, or chasing growth, or increasing margins, the customer can take a backseat to other priorities, and customer experience can suffer.
Over the course of its time researching and working with a variety of different, Temkin Group identified four key CX core competencies that can serve as a blueprint for building a customer-centric organization -- or as course-correction for organizations that aren't prioritizing these areas in enough earnest.
To learn more, read these customer experience facts next.