Private consulting: How to turn experience into employment dollars ebook
by Barbara L Johnson
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by Barbara L. Johnson. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780137108718.
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This book shows how to unlock the full value potential of the customer experience, supported by a wealth of. .The companies in this book have managed to turn customers into advocates. Advocates who constantly refer their friends and colleagues to those businesses.
This book shows how to unlock the full value potential of the customer experience, supported by a wealth of examples from world leaders such as Tesco and Harley-Davidson. The connection made between the Marketing, Human Resources and Customer Service functions is very powerful. This, combined with the emphasis on the role of leadership, makes Managing the Customer Experience required reading for CEO's, Marketing, Human Resource, and Operations Directors, and their teams.
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Learning how to retain employees is a top concern for today’s CEOs and HR pro. nd for good reason. According to a 2014 attrition survey by consulting firm Mercer, voluntary turnover is up 5% since 2011. Employees are divided into teams and empowered to interpret the company’s values and make most corporate decisions on their own. Whether it is inventory changes, organizational decisions, or vital store investments such as POS systems, decisions are generally made in-store through a collaboration between managers and their employees.