The customer’s point of view – It’s critically important to any organization’s competitive success, especially service organizations. Without the ability to effectively identify and integrate the customer’s perspective, organizations with great offerings get left in the dust by competitors.
Shaw Resources specializes in helping service organizations, particularly high touch service organizations such as hospitals and medical groups. We provide interim services and on-demand executive-level leadership to re-architect service processes, teams and infrastructure. Shaw Resources leads efforts that build critical performance excellence momentum needed for revenue growth.
What organizations need the services of Shaw Resources? Service organizations that:
- Want to conduct a self assessment using the Criteria for Performance Excellence but are unsure whether in-house expertise is strong or experienced enough.
- Have a senior quality/excellence person but are looking for additional executive expertise with an objective perspective to reshape or fine-tune performance management and execution.
- Have expanded their presence geographically but are struggling to be truly seamless from the customer’s point of view while managing conflicting priorities.
- Are losing out to competitors that have a stronger customer presence (e.g., a better complaint management system) regardless of the strength of the products or services.
- Have seen a new competitor come into the market or existing competitors disrupt the marketplace with new offerings.
- Have services that don’t meet the needs of the market or the market doesn’t seem to clearly understand the value of the existing services.
- Have used customer satisfaction surveys but believe there has to be a better mechanism for obtaining and integrating the customer’s point of view into daily operations.
If you are struggling with these or similar issues, contact us to learn more about how Shaw Resources can help! We will help you build performance excellence momentum by using the customer’s point of view to stalk and apprehend performance gaps