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The Customer Satisfaction Audit : An Eight Step Approach to Ensure That Your Firm Stays Focused on C

Abram Bluestein (Author), Michael Moriarty (Author), Ronald Sanderson (Author)

ISBN 10: 0273647075 / ISBN 13: 9780273647072
Published by Financial Times/ Prentice Hall, UK, 1999
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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0273647075. Full title: The Customer Satisfaction Audit : An Eight Step Approach to Ensure That Your Firm Stays Focused on Customer Needs to Promote Real Gains. Softcover, from closed company library. Light shelf wear. Lending record shows this book has been borrowed once only. 102 pages. An unhappy customer will tell on average 9 other people about an unsatisfying experience. A totally satisfied customer is less likely to be attracted by price reductions offered by your competitors and hence will remain loyal to a company. This audit shows you how to achieve competitive advantage by achieving total customer satisfaction. It provides you with a mechanism for auditing your existing customer satisfaction process and describes:- Why companies fail to satisfy their customers; The requirements of an effective customer service programme; How to plan your audit in a straightforward and practical manner; The steps needed to conduct a comprehensive customer satisfaction audit; How to implement a customer satisfaction audit. Contents clean, tight and bright. Bookseller Inventory # 17270

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Title: The Customer Satisfaction Audit : An Eight ...

Publisher: Financial Times/ Prentice Hall, UK

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

Book Type: Book

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ASSESS YOUR CUSTOMER CONTACT STRATEGY Research has shown that an unhappy customer will tell on average 9 other people about an unsatisfying experience. Yet a totally satisfied customer is less likely to be attracted by price reductions offered by your competitors and hence will remain loyal to a company. This audit shows you how to achieve competitive advantage by achieving total customer satisfaction. It provides you with a mechanism for auditing your existing customer satisfaction process and describes: *Why companies fail to satisfy their customers*The requirements of an effective customer service programme*How to plan your audit in a straightforward and practical manner*The steps needed to conduct a comprehensive customer satisfaction audit*How to implement a customer satisfaction audit

About the Author:

Michael Moriarty is principal of A.T Kearney, Inc., a global management consulting firm based in Chicago. His consulting specialties include customer-focused logistics strategy, integrated operations management, competitive strategy and decision-making systems. Prior to joining Kearney in 1997, he was director of marketing in the International group of Bell and Howell.co, Chicago. In addition to management positions in operations, logistics and new product development with Bell and Howell, he was quite specialist for Book Inventory Systems, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Abraham I. Bluestein is a vice-president of A.T Kearney, Inc. He assists clients in improving their competitiveness through strategic and operational improvements. He has been head of the company's Global Benchmarking Center of excellence and the Business Marketing Strategy Group. Ronald J.Sanderson is a manager of A.T Kearney, Inc. He is experienced in projects involving logistics strategy, business strategy, customer service, and marketing and sales. He has worked with the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, medical products and chemical industries. Part 2 has been adapted from The Company AuditGuide published by Cambridge Strategy Publications Ltd. Part 3 has been developed by Cambridge Strategy Publications Ltd.

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