Customer experience management has not quite caught on as a buzzword. But the term and its underlying core concept - that companies should look at themselves from a customer point of view - are heard often enough to be part of the background hum of industry thinking.

This is a bad thing. People stop paying attention to new terms once they become familiar. As a result, mistaken first impressions are rarely corrected, and initial impressions of customer experience management often are incorrect.

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