Customer Experience: Are We All United? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 191)
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Are We All United? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 191) – Headlines and Show Notes
- Why flying in America keeps getting more miserable, explained – Vox
- The United Airlines debacle isn’t about customer service. It’s about the morality of capitalism. | America Magazine
- How Technology Has Failed to Improve Your Airline Experience – The New York Times
- Uber Executive Suggests Digging Up Dirt On Journalists – BuzzFeed News
- Portland to investigate Uber’s ‘Greyball’ scheme to thwart regulators | OregonLive.com
- Uber CEO Kalanick Bears Blame for Sexual Harassment Culture | Fortune.com
- Uber reportedly tracked Lyft drivers using a secret software program named ‘Hell’ | TechCrunch
- Sales scandal weighs on Wells Fargo’s first-quarter results | Charlotte Observer
- The Race You Can’t Win
- Milgram experiment – Wikipedia
- Don’t Get Hung Up On Smartphones: Put Your Customer First
- It’s Not “Mobile First.” It’s “Customer First.”
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Technical Details for Thinks Out Loud
Recorded using a Heil PR-40 Dynamic Studio Recording Microphone through a Cloud Microphones CL-1 Cloudlifter Mic Activator and a Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface into Logic Express 9 for the Mac.
Running time: 13m 24s
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