Customer Journey Map Workshop
Think about your customer’s journey in a different light.Download the toolkit
Today, your customers no longer rate you against other financial advisers or the banks, but against companies that are masters of customer engagement. Whether they are ordering a pizza or streaming a movie, customers now expect every experience to be user-friendly, friction-free and intuitive.
This simple workshop puts your team in the shoes of your customer’s to understand how they experience your service and business. This includes how customers first become aware of you, and what their ongoing interaction and engagement is like.
As a team, you will identify customer frustrations and pain points, and develop innovative solutions for them to enhance your customer value proposition.
Workshop leader guide: A helpful guide on how to run a smooth workshop, tips to inspire your team and what materials you will need.
Workshop presentation: The primary reference point for the workshop, it outlines and explains all exercises and activities.
Templates: For the participants to use throughout the workshop – print these prior.
Pre-reading articles: To help the team get into the right frame of mind for the workshop.
This workshop is broken into two parts, which take about three hours each. You can either run them as a day session, or two half-day sessions. All you need is a person to lead the workshop, curious team members, a venue (ideally out of the office), our printed materials, post-it notes, markers and you're ready to go.
Part A. Investigation (3 hours)
Step 1: Create a high level customer journey of your business
Step 2: Write down all customer interactions and touchpoints for each stage of their journey
Step 3: Identify all customer pain points or points of friction along their journey
Step 4: Select pain points to innovate against
Part B. Innovation (3 hours)
Step 1: Create lots of ideas to solve the pain points
Step 2: Vote for the top ideas to refine and develop further
Step 3: Refine and develop these ideas and present to the group
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Too long? Try our beginner 60-minute customer journey workshop instead.
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