What the Smartest, Most Successful Companies Do DifferentlyUnknown - 2003
Annotation Winning Behavior gives companies a new way to increase business: by "outbehaving" rivals so that customers see a positive behavioral difference at every customer touchpoint-from product development and branding to bids and proposals, service, and much more. It is this company-wide Behavioral Differentiation that breeds lasting customer loyalty by allowing any company to distinguish itself from competitors in a tough, crowded market. Winning Behavior will prove to be a landmark book in the literature on customer service and customer relationship management: there has never been a book on Behavioral Differentiation before, but readers will see its potential in the results of the blue-ribbon organizations that practice it. Packed with eye-opening case histories and examples:Ritz-CarltonHarley-DavidsonEnterprise Rent-a-CarWal-MartFeatures exclusive interviews with high-profile executives including:George Zimmer (Men's Wearhouse)Hans-Olof Olssen (Volvo)Piers Marmion (Heidrick & Struggles) and others.
Publisher: New York : Amacom, ©2003.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xv, 352 pages) : illustrations
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