Forbes: How to Successfully Orchestrate a Better Customer Experience

Playing a piece of music well takes a lot of coordination, skill at playing the instruments involved and an underlying sense of rhythm to tie it all together. Richard Wagner, the famous conductor and composer, once said, “The whole duty of a conductor is comprised in his ability always to indicate the right tempo.” While the conductor can’t play all the instruments in a symphony themselves, they are critical to making sure the right notes are played at the right time.

Greg Kihlstrom