|Title||Satisfaction: How Every Company Listens to the Voice of the Customer||Height||22 mm|
|Author||Chris Denove||Width||15 mm|
|Edition||NEW||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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Satisfaction: How Every Company Listens to the Voice of the Customer
Author: Chris Denove
The ultimate guide to customer satisfactionfrom the people who understand it better than anyoneFor nearly forty years, J.D. Power and Associates has been synonymous with measuring customer satisfaction and helping businesses understand what customers really want. Its trophy has become as recognizable as the Oscar, proudly advertised by companies that have earned it, in categories ranging from cars to cell phones to health care to hotels.A high rating from J.D. Power and Associates is the surest sign that a company is truly listening to its customers, and responding with outstanding service. But hearing the voice of the customer is easier said than done, as youll learn from two of the companys senior executives. This is the first book that really explains how great companies such as Lexus, UPS, JetBlue, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car get it right, delivering consistently high customer satisfaction and translating it into profitable growth.Authors Chris Denove and James D. Power IV unlock the vault on decades of closely guarded research data, surveys, and feedbackincluding insights previously available only to clients of J.D. Power and Associates. They explain, for instance, how to: Understand the financial link between satisfaction and profits Turn customers who are simply satisfied into vocal advocates for your business Build a culture of customer satisfaction from the top downIn addition, Satisfaction offers tactical advice for companies large or small, for product manufacturers, service providers, and retailers alike. It also tells fascinating stories of companies that dont just talk the talk, but walk the walk every dayand of other companies that ignored the voice of the customer, with dire consequences.