Description - Indispensable by Joe Calloway
A five--step strategy for turning a commodity into a necessity When products and services become interchangeable, price becomes the ultimate determinant for consumers. Indispensable shows businesses how to break out of that cycle by using The Five Drivers--a strategy that takes companies to the next level of performance. Renowned business consultant Joe Calloway looks at how real companies have made their product or service "mission critical," and satisfied customers in the process. Indispensable goes straight to the heart of the issue and reveals how successful companies--of any size, in virtually any manufacturing, selling, or service endeavor--achieve market leadership through The Five Drivers of fierce customer loyalty.
Indispensable shows readers how to: Create and sustain momentum: overcome organizational inertia and keep moving forward Develop habitual dependability: make consistency of performance a defining characteristic Connect continuously See the Big Picture Outcome: create compelling customer experiences Engage, Enchant, Enthrall: make magic in the marketplace With interviews, detailed case studies, and dozens of real--world, effective customer service ideas and initiatives, Indispensable is just what today's forward--thinking businesses need.
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(236mm x 162mm x 22mm)
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Author Biography - Joe Calloway
JOE CALLOWAY is a consultant on branding and competitive positioning whose client list reads like a Who's Who in business from newspapers in Sweden, hotels in Great Britain, and computer companies in South Africa to world brands like BMW and American Express. He speaks frequently on business trends, and has been inducted into the International Speaker's Hall of Fame. He owns an award-winning restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife, Annette, and daughter, Jess. He is also the author of Becoming a Category of One, from Wiley.