Anxious to Get to Future State?

As part of your journey mapping efforts, you’ll likely create two types of maps: current state maps and future state maps. Current state maps show the steps that customers take today to complete some task, while future state maps show the steps they will be taking to complete the task after the process has been […]

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Putting Your Journey Maps into Action

A question that comes up a lot is: How do I operationalize my journey maps? What’s next? What do I do now that I’ve created the map(s)? I’m assuming that you’ve created what we call an assumptive map. An assumptive map is created by internal stakeholders, without customer input. It’s what stakeholders assume to be […]

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Touchpoint Dashboard Welcomes First Government Client, The City of Centennial, CO

Touchpoint Dashboard (TouchpointDashboard.com), the world’s first customer journey mapping software, is pleased to announce The City of Centennial, CO, as its first government client. The City of Centennial will use the web-based Touchpoint Dashboard platform to support its continuous improvement initiatives and help drive innovation. ‚ÄúCentennial is nationally recognized for running an innovative, lean, and […]

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