About the Author

During 25 years in 25 countries with 400+ companies, Mike and his clients have co-created over $1.5 billion in measurable impact with his guidance on their experience and business designs . Under the Storyminers brand, he helps retailers design and deploy Store-of-the-Future initiatives that create new business opportunities and rekindle investor interest. Mike is a top 25 customer experience influencer (as ranked by SAP and MindTouch), a global speaker, and founding member of Global CX Panel and the CXPA.

    How We Reinvented Our Own CX

    How We Reinvented Our Own CX Since our founding as a customer experience design consultancy in 2002, StoryMiners has helped over 500 clients on 700+ projects in over 20 countries (and in 4 languages). Clients rave about the business results we help them achieve with CX and story. But, last

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    Who Would Eat Their Own Cash Cow?

    In graduate school, I learned that Cash Cows are sacred. If a dairy farmer has a cow that gives milk each day, it has a valuable asset because every day they can count on more milk. In 1966, Boston Consulting Group borrowed the term from farming to introduce part of its new portfolio matrix.

    New Ways to Work

    Change This new blog post series will help you deal with changes imposed by the new digital landscape. The kind that turns your world upside down when new tools, new technologies, and new methods force you to change the way that you work. Like you, I have been there. Technology Out of necessity

    PIRCH Store Closings

    PIRCH, one of America’s best customer experience companies is closing over half of its stores according to Chain Store Age. The store, its culture and philosophy, not to mention its award-winning design, have been a favorite case study of mine for years now. You can read it here.

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    How Nimble Makes You More Agile

    Jon Ferrara co-founded the pre-Facebook, pre-Internet, pre-LinkedIn CRM system called GoldMine. His motivation was to connect people at a more personal level—to let them build relationships that build real value. That’s still his mission at his newer company, Nimble. Their product