Achieving Your Five-Year Goals
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Achieving Your Five-Year Goals

Contact centers seem confident - and optimistic - that their current goals will be achieved in the next five years. The results of ICMI's latest research reveals that a majority of centers expect to be more solid in areas including training, knowledge base, processes and engagement - to name a few.

Our icmi.com audience has similar expectations for their contact center's goals: 58% responded to last week's Quick Poll saying that they expect to achieve "some" of their current five-year goals. 31% ambitiously responded that they planned to hit ALL of their goals, however 11% felt that none of their goals would be met.

How do the next five years look for your contact center? Share your thoughts with us here in the comments!

Find out more about what contact centers ranked as their top five priorities for 2012:
2012 Call Center Short and Long-Term Goals and Investment Trends Report
Leveraging Complexity: Trends and Strategies for Future Success in the Contact Center



Topics: Strategy & Planning, Learning & Development, Site Operations

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How does your organization define a small contact center?

A standalone contact center with less than 50 agents
A standalone contact center with less than 75 agents
A standalone contact center with less than 100 agents
A specialty agent group of fewer than 50 agents within a larger center
A specialty agent group of fewer than 75 agents within a larger center
A specialty agent group of fewer than 100 agents within a larger center
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