Like most companies, The DRG recognizes the importance of fostering dynamic employee engagement across our organization. There are a myriad of ways to do so, but to be most effective you need to express appreciation in authentic and unique ways. Read More
It’s a brand manager’s worst nightmare. You wake up in the morning to find your brand unexpectedly in the headlines or trending on social media – probably not good news. Unfortunately, there are plenty of examples we can point to, from the Wells Fargo fake account controversy, Chipotle’s food safety scares, or Samsung’s recall of […]
In 2006, the Net Promoter Score (NPS) metric took the business world by storm, when Fred Reichheld, of Bain & Company, published The Ultimate Question: Driving Good Profits and True Growth. Based on his research, Reichheld proposed that by asking customers a single question, how likely they would be to recommend a brand to a […]
In the words of tennis great Arthur Ashe, “Success is a journey, not a destination.” Not only do these words ring true for personal success in life, but also in branding.
As we wrote in our eBook, Are You Delivering on Your Brand Promise?, to develop or refine your brand promise, you need to understand your brand from your customers’ perspective. Qualitative research is frequently used to uncover consumers’ brand perceptions, giving researchers a way to dig into deep-seated brand impressions that might not be accessible […]
As discussed in our recent eBook, “Are You Delivering On Your Brand Promise?” a brand promise gives consumers a reason to consider becoming a customer by promising to deliver a meaningful benefit. It’s important for marketers to carefully craft their brand promise, cultivate its growth, and monitor its success over time. Read More
As described in our eBook, 6 Steps for Launching CX Insights, an effective Customer Experience (CX) program can help you reduce churn, enhance complaint management, identify and resolve critical customer issues, and increase customer loyalty. Read More
Brand health is a mix of behavioral and emotional customer and prospect experiences. The state of a brand’s health is ultimately based on an understanding of its role in the target audience’s life. Monitoring it is critical to building customer satisfaction and fostering strong brand relationships. Read More