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  • Hug Your Customersby Jack Mitchell

    Hachette Books 2003; Not Available

    Jack Mitchell is the CEO of Mitchells/Richards/Marshs, three of the most successful clothing stores in the business. He and his wife, Linda, live in Wilton, Connecticut, where they raised four sons. more...

  • Customer Centricityby Peter Fader

    Wharton Digital Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    Not all customers are created equal. Despite what the tired old adage says, the customer is not always right. Not all customers deserve your best efforts: in the world of customer centricity, there are good customers…and then there is pretty much everybody else. Upending some of our most fundamental beliefs, renowned behavioral data expert Peter... more...

  • Secret Serviceby John R. DiJulius III

    AMACOM 2002; US$ 17.95

    What?s the big secret to giving great customer service? more...

  • Amaze Your Customers!by Zanetti

    Kogan Page 2006; US$ 17.95

    Discover new strategies to amaze your customers?This comprehensive and entertaining guide demonstrates the ways in which companies, both large and small, can attract and win new customers using Daniel Zanetti?s ?Customer Amazement Strategy?. Based on real-life stories of good and bad customer experiences, this book shows you just how important customer... more...

  • Customer Serviceby Rodney Overton

    Martin Books 2007; US$ 24.95

    This book explores various methods of improving, measuring and providing Customer Service in your organisation without spending a lot of money. This book will help your organisation to retain existing clients, win extra sales, customers and market share, and be a SERVICE leader. What does your customer expect and want? Service strategy options... more...

  • What's the Secretby John R. DiJulius

    Wiley 2011; US$ 29.95

    What's the Secret? gives you an inside look at theworld-class customer service strategies of some of today'sbest companies. You'll learn how companies like Disney, Nordstrom,and The Ritz-Carlton get 50,000 employees to deliver world-classcustomer service on a consistent basis- and how your company cantoo. Packed with insider knowledge and a... more...

  • Business Process Mappingby J. Mike Jacka; Paulette J. Keller

    Wiley 2009; US$ 70.00

    Praise For Business Process Mapping: Improving CustomerSatisfaction, Second Edition "A must-read for anyone performing business process mapping!This treasure shares step-by-stepapproaches and critical successfactors, based on years of practical, customer-focused experience.Areal winner!" — Timothy R. Holmes , CPA former General Auditor,American... more...

  • Taming the Search-and-Switch Customerby Jill Griffin

    Wiley 2009; US$ 24.95

    Praise for Taming the Search-and-Switch Customer "What an excellent wake-up call! Your company's most valuableasset—your loyal customers—have more tools than ever tocompare you to competitors and switch. Griffin does an excellentjob identifying the risks to customer loyalty in an environment ofimmediate and abundant information, and defines... more...

  • Unleashing Excellenceby Dennis Snow; Teri Yanovitch

    Wiley 2009; US$ 24.95

    Happy customers make for healthy bottom lines. For most businesses, that means customer service is the key to long-term profitability and success. But some companies do it better than others, and it's often difficult to tell what works and what doesn't. If you want to build a customer service culture that gets real business results, you need the reliable,... more...

  • Exceptional Customer Serviceby Lisa Ford; David McNair

    F+W Media 2009; US$ 13.95

    When the going's tough, companies that survive will be those that build the greatest loyalty—by exceeding expectations. Yet, too often, companies ignore their customers' needs and wants. Today, industries like airlines, retail businesses, and restaurants are feeling consumer pushback. With new, updated examples from more than fifty companies—from... more...