Series: Customer Experience Management

Introduction to Customer Experience Management

This course introduces you to the field of customer experience management.

There is an increase in focus on “customer experience” as a source of competitive advantage. Organizations and customers interact through a wide variety of physical, online, and mobile channels during various stages of the customer journey (before, during, and after purchase). Importantly, all these interactions need to be managed as marketing managers need to develop and sustain consistent brand experiences across these channels. 

TOPICS IN THIS COURSE INCLUDE:

  • Introduction to customer experience
  • Touchpoints and Goals
  • Customer Journeys
  • Experiencescapes
  • Designing and innovating experiences

FACULTY

Anders GustafssonAnders Gustafsson is a research professor at the Department of Marketing. Some of his expertise areas are customer experience, marketing and retailing.

Carlos VelascoCarlos Velasco is an Associate Professor at the Marketing Department, BI Norwegian Business School, where he co-founded the Centre for Multisensory Marketing. Carlos' work is at the intersection between psychology, marketing, and human–computer interaction, and focuses on understanding, and capitalizing on, our multisensory experiences and their guiding principles.

PAYMENT

Price per course is 5950, -. Payment is made upon registration.

SCHEDULE

  • Start date: 13.01.2021 (Date Insendi opens)
  • Dates live classes:  
    - 20.01.2021
    - 27.01.2021
    - 03.02.2021
  • Time live classes: 09.00 – 12.00 (CET)


Registration closed.

HOW IT WORKS

The series of Short Learning Modules consists of three separate modules where you can chose one, two or three modules. Each module runs over a period of three weeks with weekly 3 hours online live classes at Zoom and online learning material and activities at the Insendi learning platform.

FORMALIZE WITH ECTS?

If you have signed up for all three modules within the same course series, and qualify for exam for this type of course at BI, you may formalize the course series with an exam, counting for 7.5 ECTS.

The admission requirement for a 7,5 ECTS course at bachelor level is passed three years upper secondary education (In Norway this provides general study competence). Alternatively, admission may be based on age and prior learning and work experience. An exam fee will be added. The deadline if you want to apply for the exam is 1 March or 1 October.

 

 

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