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  Last week I had to hire two different service repair companies to fix broken appliances in my home. One company, I will never hire back and will never recommend to my friends.   The other company, I have already told three acquaintances and have hired them to come back and do another project in my […]
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Today, I have a guest blogger who shares my passion for service excellence, and also like me, studied Philip Crosby’s approach to quality management back in the 80’s. Today, Gautam Majatan, based in India, has looked to implement many of the Quality tools that were used to improve quality back then, to redirect those tools […]
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  There is something that companies known for their world-class customer service do that other companies don’t. It is what inspires customer retention, it is what reinforces customer loyalty. It isn’t hard to do, but it takes a commitment and awareness by every employee in the company. That “something”, that critical ingredient, is having a […]
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  When you are as successful as Amazon and you have just bought another successful organization called Whole Foods, you become a force to be reckoned with by all the competition. What are the best in the respective industries now going to do to stay on top? Three critical customer service areas have been identified […]
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Last week, I was scheduled for my regular 6 month teeth cleaning. I was reminded of this appointment with a call from Barbie, the receptionist, who confirmed the 10:50 a.m. appointment. No appointments are scheduled on the hour or half hour as the practice has found patients are more apt to remember and be on-time […]
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Following are the top 4 reasons why the implementation of a culture of  world-class service excellence is not sustained: 1. The effort feels like a program rather than a process.  A “program” makes people believe that if they go through the motions and patiently wait it out, it will soon be replaced by something else. […]
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