- Paperback: 342 pages
- Publisher: Business Over Broadway; 1 edition (April 13, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 098928042X
- ISBN-13: 978-0989280426
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,573,412 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Bob Hayes is the author of two books, Measuring Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty and Beyond the Ultimate Question. He is President of Business Over Broadway and Chief Customer Officer of TCE Lab. Hayes holds a BS from University of Washington and an MA and PhD in industrial-organizational psychology from Bowling Green State University. He conducts research on the measurement of customer satisfaction and loyalty, identifying best practices for business success and writes (books, blogs and articles) regularly on such topics as customer experience management, analytics and Big Data. He works with companies to help them improve their understanding of their customers.
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For the second half, I am waiting for an opportunity to implement it.
I like it.
the book lacks specific cases, but when Bob Hayes writes one, he even does not name the source of it.
This book definately is waste of maney and time.
I so agree with Bob and the approach he takes to validate and support his CEM thinking.
What I appreciate even more is that his approach to the CEM discussion is analytic and he makes much more quantitative information and examples available in the narrative and diagrams (and let's not forget the abundance of helpful and engaging sources) than we normally find. A lot of writing in this arena is more on the soft side. So, in my opinion, Bob brings a new and valuable dimension to the CEM discussion.
I also like the fact that he not only focused on the managerial aspects of setting up a CEM journey, but, that he took the time to get into strategy, data, data organization, behavior, etc. and how to use this around the customer. And, the bonus begins with how you transition to understanding satisfaction and loyalty. In this aspect Bob covered measurement, looking at attitudes, why some measure work better than other, reporting, etc.
A great read on CEM.
If you are looking for one book that provides a rock solid approach to gathering, interpreting, and marshalling organizational resources to effectively and efficiently respond to customers- this is that book!
His book enables any professional to create and deliver business with adequate measurement and appropriate analytical toolings.
In this disruptive era this book is a must read for any senior manager, customer experience professional or business analyst, who wants to achieve better sales results, lower costs, increase in profit all thanks to an improved customer experience.
And as it is an e-book one does not have to read all. Use it selectively for inspiration and transformation.
For those, like me, with a specific interest in collecting and using customer feedback to improve the customer experience the book is especially useful in giving advice on how to build and use effective customer surveys. We have adopted the three measures of loyalty Bob sets out and it has been instrumental in improving retention and customer satisfaction. We have even built this approach into our own product!
Buy it, read it but above all else, put into practice the sound advice it contains!