Article: “Key to great service is avoiding the 12 fatal flaws” (Jul.2006)

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excerpt:
“When plotting service strategy and delivery, too many operators, managers and trainers focus on what they should “do” for their guests. I think it’s just as instructive and illuminating to define first what not to do. In other words, do you know what you don’t know that you don’t know?

So let’s take a closer look at what not to do to the guest and examine the fatal flaws of service-giving as seen through the customer’s lens. Eliminate these service blunders, and you may no longer have the need to “teach” service at all, because your customers will have a consistent experience characterized by the absence of complaints…”

source: “Key to great service is avoiding the 12 fatal flaws” by Jim Sullivan (Nation’s Restaurant News, Jul.31,2006) [free registration req.]

5 Comments »

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  3. Shell Smith said

    I have really enjoyed reading all your great tips (particularly the ones on customer service). I truly believe that, now a days, the best thing to set you apart is your service. I use this great company called Mindshare to help my company get feedback. It has helped us a lot, and has really opened our eyes to somethings we were doing that we weren’t aware of. Thanks again for linking to this article – it was very helpful.

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