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This white paper has been produced for the Call Centre Helper webinar of the same name, sponsored by NewVoiceMedia.
Ian Morton discusses how many companies are failing to prioritise and drive their business change programmes based on what their customers really experience. He provides guidance for improvement and clear action steps to help you get there.
This article explains how to put "Best Service is No Service" into practice
Peter Massey gives us his top tips for broken processes.
Learn how Southwest Airlines makes it fast and simple. A focus on brilliant basics which are clear, well-designed and consistently communicated across the company.
Lord Darzi's vision is to "put the patient at the heart of everything we do with the provision of healthcare". Budd's latest minibook helps all providers of healthcare services understand what this means for improving the end to end patient experience.
August 2008 Our white paper sheds light on why Disney is so successful in repeat business and why so many customers stay loyal. The company understands both the key elements of managing customer experience design and how to brilliant basics.
Originally published in Call Centre Focus, this is the first in a series of articles looking at the principles of "Best Service"
The second in a series published on Call Centre Focus, Peter Massey introduces chapter 2 of the serialisation of “The Best Service Is No Service”
The third in a series published on Call Centre Focus, Peter Massey looks at the “compelling self service” principle in more detail
Government guidance on improving the customer experience in Public Services
In this article Peter Massey of Budd and his LimeBridge Alliance partners in the US and Australia, Bill Price and David Jaffe, look at why “The Best Service is No Service”.
Another in our popular minibook series. Differentiate yourself by understanding what is frustrating your customers every day and knowing how to drive the action to change that experience.
By the end of December 2008 all firms are expected to be able to demonstrate that they are consistently treating their customers fairly. Our minibook describes how.
Does your customer drive you or do you drive your customer?
If you're passionate about customer service, want to challenge the customer demand cycle but need to get the customer message across in your organisation, you need the Budd Minibook.
This is a high level view of how you can systematically remove the dumb things your company does to customers.