Lima Consulting Group

Break the inertia
by using our customer experience
maturity model

Break the inertia
by using our customer experience
maturity model

Position yourself to successfully articulate a winning CX Strategy 

If you're a senior leader responsible for getting results, you know that inertia can come from any number of places. That's why we built a business helping change agents and visionaries break the inertia. Our most effective tool to help senior leaders accelerate their customer experience transformation lies in the way we've crafted our models and frameworks. Since 2004, our customer experience strategies and services have helped organizations accelerate their desired business outcomes. 

Our customer experience methodology is comprehensive. It's multi-disciplinary. It's interdepartmental. It spans all the dynamic dimensions necessary to get customer experience transformation done.  

Customer Experience Transformation Maturity Model

Lima Consulting Group

The re-alignment and investment in Purpose, Performance, People, Process, and Platforms in support of existing and new business models to more effectively engage customers at every touchpoint with your brand. 

Our Maturity Model...

  • Typically requires the client to have C-level involvement in championing customer experience transformation.
  • Includes deliverables such as a three to five-year roadmap, business case, and scenario planning to assess and recommend the best business model for you.
  • Typical Benefit: Your customer experience transformation business case is fully funded, widely supported, and getting results.
  • Typical Result: Your organization will understand and gain alignment on the desired business outcomes and their associated key performance indicators.

Design Thinking for Customer Experience Transformation

Lima Consulting Group

How do you know you're ready to leverage design thinking?  

Leverage design thinking when your organization is experiencing difficulty defining the problem, gaining alignment, or trying to do something new. 

Strategists, practitioners, creatives, IT leaders, marketers, and legal all come to the table viewing the problem and opportunity through the lens of their particular discipline. The diversity of thinking, while helpful in addressing solutions, can make it difficult for teams to gain consensus on the definition of the problem. One of the ways design thinking experts talk about the methodology is that it rises above the language of each of your subject matter experts to provide a common language for problem definition and the resulting pathways forward.

Our facilitators are trained to drive consensus.

They leverage design thinking best practices and practical exercises that are both fun and engaging. Participants learn to articulate the story and sell the vision because they helped write the story and establish the vision. 

In developing consensus, your ambassadors are better positioned to articulate the vision.  Your neutrals may become ambassadors because they've been a part of the pathway forward. But the ultimate coup de grâce is when some of your detractors become some of your greatest supporters because their opinions were heard. Rally your organization around your wicked problem. Expand ownership of the problem and solution. Claim a multi-departmental victory.