Application of the Design Thinking Method in Customer Experience Management

The aim of this paper is to conceptualize Design Thinking and customer experience management (CEM), to situate the use of the Design Thinking method in customer experience management processes and to present its practical application based on a case study from the financial services industry — the trade credit insurer, Euler Hermes Poland, Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń S.A. This article is an attempt to identify actionable Design Thinking process elements and tools and their intersections with the components of the Customer Experience Management processes.

Michał Prorok — PhD Student at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Customer Experience Manager at TEB Czytaj więcej »

Possibilities and limitations of using the customer experience management concept by universities

Managing an institution of higher education requires the use of methods that are appropriate to the changing market environment. One of the relatively new management concepts, which may find its application in the educational environment is the concept of customer experience management (Customer Experience Management). This article attempts to examine the possibility of its use in higher education, taking into account the related opportunities and barriers.

Professor Zygmunt Waśkowski, Ph.D., Poznań University of Economics, Poland (Department of Marketing Strategies). Author of about 100 publications on the subjects of relationship marketing, strategic marketing, management and marketing in sports. The initiator and Czytaj więcej »