About Blake Morgan

Blake Morgan is a leader in customer experience. Blake is a keynote speaker, customer experience futurist, and author of two books on customer experience. Her bestselling second book is called “The Customer of the Future: 10 Guiding Principles for Winning Tomorrow’s Business”. Furthermore, she contributes to Forbes, the Harvard Business Review, and Hemispheres Magazine. And to top it all of, she is also the host of The Modern Customer Podcast and a weekly customer experience video series on YouTube.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Who is the customer of the future?
  • How do we operationalize thoughtfulness if we want to be the company that’s thoughtful about their customers’ needs?
  • What can the old-school companies do to change even though it’s incredibly complicated for them?
  • Is there a tipping point when the customers are just fed up with you not doing things right by them?
  • The one thing to do to provide excellent customer experience and win over the customers of the future.

“The customer of the future is already getting great customer experience from many technology-first companies.”

– Blake Morgan

Blake explains how the customer of the future is already here and how they are getting excellent customer experience from successful, modern companies, and disjointed experience when working with companies that live in the past. Thoughtfulness can solve this problem, and that’s what we’ll mainly discuss today.

“Customers don’t care what your legacy is and how you did things before, you have to be able to tear down those walls and achieve that velocity.”

– Blake Morgan

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