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When Digital Becomes Human Read & Download Á 100 ñ ➧ When Digital Becomes Human Ebook ➭ Author Steven Van Belleghem – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk In an age when customers have access to vast amounts of data about a company its product and its competitors customer experience becomes increasingly important as a sustaIn an age when customers have access to vast amounts of data about a company its When Digital Kindle product and its competitors customer experience becomes increasingly important as a sustainable source of competitive advantage In a recent global market study % of respondents stated that even when a company’s digital channels work perfectly they still want access to a real personSteven Van Belle. Nadat ik Steven Van Belleghem heel enthousiast professioneel en met veel vaart een presentatie had horen geven ben ik dit boek gaan lezen Ik werk zelf in de ICT dienst van een instituut waar aan gezondheid research en onderwijs gedaan wordt We hebben dan ook vele klanten eigen personeel patiënten studenten stake holders financierders Dit boek gaat over hoe de relatie met onzen klanten in de volgende jaren drastisch zal veranderen Digitaal is daarbij het sleutelwoord en als je de boot mist dan ben je dus echt te laat en kan je bedrijf failliet gaan Vooral in gezondheidszorg kan er nog heel veel veranderen Nu is gezondheid vooral reactief je wordt ziek gaat naar de dokter en die schrijft iets voor of stuurt je naar een ziekenhuis Kost allemaal veel Zou het niet beter zijn om proactief te werken en zelf je gezondheid op te volgen Via een bloeddruppel die je op een analysestofje doet en waarvan je onmiddellijk de resultaten kan zien Of denk aan het opvolgen van je hartslag er bestaat al een app die dit kan opvolgen en die app kan zelfs voorgeschreven worden door een arts dus in plaas van een pil krijg je dan een app om te downloaden De mogelijkheden om met patches te werken die op het lichaam gekleefd worden en waarin nanochips zitten die vanalles kunnen analyseren zijn eindeloosHet boek bevat veel voorbeelden van bedrijven die het goed doen denk dan aan de grote spelers als Google Apple omdat ze constant twee stappen verder denken Het is nooit goed genoeg er moet altijd meer gedigitaliseerd worden Maar we mogen niet gaan naar een maatschappij waar al het werk door robots gedaan wordt We willen eigenlijk als klant zoveel mogelijk zelf doen in een aankoopproces maar als er een probleem is dan willen we toch nog wel kunnen terugvallen op een persoon De toekomst zal een mix zijn tussen digitaal en menselijk Mensen die vrezen dat robots het hier gaan overnemen kunnen gerust zijn dat zit er voorlopig nog niet aan te komen Slimme computers zijn er al wel en ze worden zo eens om de 18 maanden slimmer dus het zou kunnen dat ze tegen 2030 de intelligentie van de mens evenaren of voorbij streven Dat betekent niet dat ze meteen de wereld kunnen overnemen en de mensheid uitroeien Er zijn enkele essentiële dingen die slimme computers en robots missen en dat zijn creativiteit empathie en passie Daarin leggen ze het nog altijd af tegen de mens en dat zal nog wel even zo blijven Een interessant boek om te lezen indien je geïnteresseerd bent in wat de toekomst kan brengen en hoe je je bedrijf daartegen moet wapenen

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Ichannel and multichannel experiences big data and predictive analytics privacy concerns and crowdsourcingPacked with examples from organizations that have successfully transformed their customer relationships such as Toyota ING Nike and Starbucks the book presents a clear model that illustrates how to integrate an “emotional” layer in any digital strategy to achieve consumer engagement and loyal. This is a well written look at the future of marketing and consumer choices and how firms have adapted and need to adapt further The author mentions the five biggest digital marketers Facebook Alibaba Google and Apple This is not a guarantee that these names will stay the biggest in the future but the way they do business is here to stay He points to taxi firms which protested at the introduction of online managed taxis to their city The traditional firms went on strike This left a clear field for the online cabs and taught customers to prefer the reliable service When tech managed firms run into competition they make their service accessible and drop their prices This sees off the opposition If consumers are to be encouraged to buy running shoes that record their steps on a website and track fitness or toothbrushes that give a daily brushing score and make dental appointments the firms making these devices will need to market them cleverly However due to the spread of mobile communication tech we may hear about these goods uickly and may spread the word easily But do we really want to be tracked around by giant computersSteven Van Belleghem predicts that five waves of tech coming together are going to make radical transformations in the near future; this book focuses on the next five to ten years Mobile computers; net connected items; robots; three D printers; and artificial intelligenceOther predictions include the vanishing of cash and credit cards the dronie photo the collapse of companies which do not have an online presence and the importance of the human relationship in customer care After all the digital firms are still marketing to people I do not agree with all of the author's predictions which he has assured me are mainly based on surveys and studies For instance he tells us that we look at our phones 150 times a day on average Well I seldom turn mine on I also believe that despite the best efforts of banks and governments we will still use cash at times because we like it and we do not trust banks The author tells us that 10000 companies closed in Europe last year implying that this occurred because they were not using web presence or did not employ digital tools Living in Europe I have seen that since the economic collapse many companies large and small have found that their customers no longer have money for either discretionary spending or necessities The bulk of manufacturing work has moved to China which has now discovered that we can't keep buying and garment manufacture to Bangladesh some work to East Europe and to a torrent of complaint call centres and computer work have moved to India Small farms and small businesses have been put out of business by EU regulations bank payments and customers unable to pay Ordinary people are giving up healthcare insurance they do not have the money to employ architects solicitors and decorators nor to go out clubbing and buy new cars and watches Whether a firm has a website has nothing to do with this economic situation I agree that firms like are making inroads into physical shop sales In the future yes all firms will have websites if only because it is cheaper than paper advertising Personally I buy or use products that make sense for me such as LED lightbulbs and e books I agree that our future gadgetry is getting smaller faster lighter smarter More firms are going to want to track their customers' habits from insurance firms to booksellers Steven advises that firms need to keep the human touch even as jobs are being done by robots and fewer people have work My feedback on WHEN DIGITAL BECOMES HUMAN included that some of the easily understandable graphics appear overly masculine showing a gun clenched fist and thumb's down as not recommended business models; Steven assures me that he had not seen it that way and will look again at graphics in future books Thanks; there are many women in business who will enjoy reading this book about the digital future

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When Digital Becomes HumanGhem explores and explains the new digital relationships and offers a strategic guide to combining a business's two most important assets its people and its digital strengths He shows marketing managers directors and commercial decision makers how to positively transform customers’ digital experiences by adding a human touch  He covers the latest issues in digital marketing and CRM including omn. Superficial observations of some of the biggest digital success stories No concrete tips guidelines or practical applications only a lot of examples of how somebody else did it in the past My fault because I read it today but was released in 2015 Nevertheless it should stand the time proof since it was THE marketing book of its time