How to motivate employees to be Customer Centric

Written by Harald Baumeister for Buljan & Partners Consulting

Many managers claim that their employees have the right environment to deliver excellent services to their customers. However, the customers see that a bit different. In an Experience Gap Analysis Study carried out by our partner Strativity between 2004 and 2011 with more than 50.000 participants, 76% of the employees said they often go “above and beyond” and exceed customer expectations, yet only 26% of the customers agreed.

The problem is that current methods to motivate employees are mainly based on productivity and sales improvement, but neither on the customer satisfaction nor on their needs.

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CRM in times of crisis

Written by Luis Hergueta for Buljan & Partners Consulting

Customer Centricity policies in companies are a must in regular times. But a crisis can boost your company to have a need of efficiency and this would lead to a need of focus on your most important target – your customers. In the following we explain 5 areas where customer centricity can add value;

  • Product focus -> Customer focus
  • Increasing loyalty
  • Organization and efficiency
  • Detect potential services
  • Motivation

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