Continuum of customer service care factor

Disinterest: I don’t care about what you need. I’ll help you if I want to and when I am ready. Customers are an annoyance. Self Interest: How much…

Empathy in customer service

Expressing genuine concern and empathy for the customer’s predicament helps. It does not take much to say “That sounds really unpleasant. I’m sorry you had to experience that.”…

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Hidden true value

The value we can offer our clients can be divided into two parts. The part above the ground is the visible part – this is our marketing –…

The big picture in service design

“[In service design] the only one to see the big picture is the client.” said John Holager, Senior Service Designer, live|work at the Innovation and Service Design conference,…

If we value people, they will value our service

“If society values customers and employees, service will be valued.” says Eva-Karin Anderman, head of research, Almega. She said this in response to a question from the floor…

Two aspects of service design

Service design has two aspects: technical execution and relationship building. Technical execution is about making the mechanical bits work. For example: the aircraft takes off and lands without…

Customer participation

Penguin has a series of books with blank white covers. You can design your own covers. Express yourself. Turn one into a unique gift and so forth. Some…

Another take on the attention economy

Perhaps it is not so much an attention economy (where generating attention is the new currency), but rather an attention-starved economy. Attention-starved as in: “I want someone to…

 

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