Dwane Lay, “Customer Experience means the Whole Life Cycle of the Customer”
“I think that really everything after the sales process, you are building the relationship upfront, but it’s the management piece after that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. We hear a lot of people talk about their relationship with the vendors never gets better than right before they sign the contract. The whole, You’ll do anything to get me as a customer, why won’t you do anything to keep me as a customer? We try to make sure we do everything to make our customers happy.” – Dwane Lay
Check out this great interview and learn what’s on Dwane’s mind:
- Customer Experience is a Partnership with the Client
- Having HR Experience Makes a Difference in how you serve an HR Department
- How being a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Process Designer assists in his role
- The Biggest Problem with HR Technology
- HR Experience + Great Developers = Great HR Tech Product
- Lean HR, eliminating waste to do your job better
- Retooling HR by John Boudreau
- Dwane writes about Planning for Long-Term HR System Success.
- On Twitter: @DwaneLay
On Lean HR: “Lean Tools, generally speaking, they look at our business processes and how do eliminate waste, how do we get better at what we do, how do we get faster, how do we take care of our business operations with fewer resources applied to it – usually it’s just clearing out the nonsense. With Lean HR, it really started as a passion project for me to look at these tools that are available – that quite frankly, are not that complex, but you have to have someone teach you how to use them. We don’t do a good job in HR of teaching people Root Cause Analysis tools, Decision-Making Tools – we don’t tend to include that in the curriculum.” – Dwane Lay
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