In the last post, we shared why company culture is a powerhouse that can make or break your customer success. But the same can be said in reverse. Customer success also has the ability to shape company culture. Here’s how:
Uniting Teams for a Common Goal
Metrics like NPS scores and customer retention rates can rally departments together, creating a positive culture focused on winning at customer success.
Idea Generation from Customer Insights
Staying close to your customers through killer success programs can spark game-changing ideas. From product tweaks to sales strategies, it all gets better with customer feedback.
Everyone’s KPIs Point to Customer Success
Every department’s goals should tie back to keeping customers happy and loyal. Remember, the folks who’ve already bought in are the ones who’ll help your business grow.
Keeping Stakeholders in the Loop
A happy customer equals a thriving business. A win-win interaction with a customer is a win for your company’s health, too.
Steering High-Level Decisions with Customer Input
When it comes to big decisions, customer input should weigh heavily. Whether it’s product changes or global expansion, their feedback should guide your next move.
As B2B organizations grow and scale, it’s important for leaders to recognize the relationship between company culture and customer success isn’t one-sided. Just as a strong culture drives customer success, the reverse is equally true: customer success initiatives can profoundly shape company culture.