The E2E customer experience and the burden on your internal customer

The End-to-End (E2E) customer experience is paramount; however, achieving it is difficult. We demand organisations become everything for everyone thereby diluting the specific value propositions on offer. With information overload and the world speeding up asymptotically, something usually gives when having to consider everything from every perspective to meet the E2E objective. How do you […]


Structuring a team to be customer-led

There’s been a lot of talk about businesses becoming ‘customer centric’ lately. I’ve just returned to the UK after spending the last 6 years living and working in the US where this has been especially clear. America – the land of the free and fancy, customer-related titles. Aside from these accolades, what does clearly putting the […]


Culture In Transformation

“Culture is the beating heart of any successful transformation”  In January Comotion held one of its series of breakfast briefings. The speaker on this occasion was Darren Johnson. Darren joined Reed Exhibitions as the Managing Director of B2B in 2014 and has recently been promoted to CEO of Reed UK. He found a company that needed a significant […]


What is the role of the Customer Success Director?

CONTENT: Customer Success Director is apparently the fastest growing job title on Linked-In. But what exactly is Customer Success, and how is it different to Customer Experience? I recently caught up with Dan Steinman from Gainsight who is running Pulse, Europe’s largest Customer Success conference in London on the 28-29 November.  So what is Customer Success and why […]


Managing Change and Innovation in the Government Digital Service

A few insights   The theme of our latest associate breakfast was: – ‘Delivering product & proposition innovation in organisations’ We asked one of our associates, Clare McKitrick to share some of the things she learnt from doing just that at the Government Digital Service. Comotion has created a process to help organisations deliver innovation […]


Culture change and its challenges

Recently I attended a Comotion breakfast where their framework for building  a culture of innovation was discussed. It led me to thinking about culture change.   It is one of those phrases which could easily pop up in Lucy Kellaway’s column on business jargon in the FT.  Whether it’s the famous, although apparently incorrectly appropriated, Drucker […]