Inspiring Women In CX

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Clare Muscutt talking with Jo Boswell about actionable data, and making CX a commercial discipline.

What if the bottom line in Customer Experience isn’t the customer... it’s still the bottom line?

It may seem counterintuitive, but what if the best way to get a business on board with focussing on customers, isn’t by focussing on them at all?

In the penultimate episode of the series I got to talk to a CX commercial queen Jo Boswell about her approach to getting investment in CX that had CFO’s raving about her— And she didn’t start with talking about fixing customer pain points.

Listen-in to her British Airways career stories from riding Concorde on the ‘Bob Job’ serving as a graduate assistant to legend Bob Ayling, to reclaiming an unintentionally sexist slight in the 90’s and being known as one of the four horsewomen of the apocalypse to her eventual senior roles leading the way to better customer value management through data, insight and technology.

You are in for a treat, my CX friends!

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