Create a customer satisfaction plan. Develop an understanding of how to measure customer satisfaction and manage a customer satisfaction system. Your organization can use this system to increase profits and revenues.
Discover what 'customer satisfaction' really means and write your own customer satisfaction plan while participating in this class. Develop an understanding of how to measure customer satisfaction and manage a customer satisfaction system, and learn how to use the customer satisfaction system to increase profits and revenues. Ask the right questions of the right people, in the right way, at the right time and turn data into action. Learn the three tools required by ISO 9001:2008: customer needs assessment, customer satisfaction surveys, and complaint systems.
This course includes a desk reference that covers all lessons and links to the QualityWBT Glossary. You will have 180 days to access this course.
- CEU Hours: 0.9
- Length: 9 Hours
- ASQ RU: 0.9
- Audience: New to Quality
- Provider: Quality WBT
- Apply techniques in customer needs interviews.
- Determine when to measure customer satisfaction.
- Design and critique good surveys.
- Determine areas that need action.
- State the new ISO 9001 requirements for customer satisfaction.
- Link customer satisfaction and ISO 9001 requirements.
- Write decision-friendly customer satisfaction reports.
- Prepare a customer satisfaction plan.
- Use data for improving organization performance-profit.
Prerequisites:None for this course
Who Should Attend:Managers and quality professionals who need to assess, develop, or maintain customer satisfaction.
- Customer Satisfaction and ISO Basics
- Driving Forces
- Key Components of ISO 9001
- Difference Between ISO 9000:9001 and ISO 9004
- Customer Satisfaction Requirements in ISO 9001
- How to Optimize the Benefits of ISO 9001
- Customer Satisfaction System
- Definition of Customer Satisfaction
- What Is Customer Satisfaction?
- Moments of Truth
- Expectations vs. Customer Satsfaction
- Dr. Kano’s Three Levels of Satisfaction
- Go for the Gold: Target Your Products/Customers
- Integrate Your Strategy Into Your Customer Measurement System
- Develop a Table of Contents for Customer Satisfaction Plan
- State Your Mission and Vision
- Determine Your Target or Gold Products/Services
- Determine Your Target or Gold Customers
- Learn the Needs for Your Gold and Silver Customers
- Write Your Customer Satisfaction Plan
- Outline Your Customer Satisfaction Plan
- Set up a Customer Satisfaction Steering Committee
- Tie your Customer Needs to Processes and Measures
- Detail the Deployment Methodology
- Supporting Papers
- Spell out Management Review Process
- Communication Plan
- Identify Resources
- Know the Essentials About Customer Surveys
- Needs Assessment
- Customer Satisfaction Surveys/Transaction Surveys
- Employee Surveys
- Design your Customer Survey and Its Processes
- How Often
- Survey Length and Layout
- Increase Your Response Rate
- Word Craft Your Questions
- Qualifying Questions
- Open-Ended Questions
- Sensitive Questions
- Design Your Scales to Match the Questions
- Types of Scales
- Clusters of Scales
- Use Statistics for Trustworthy Data
- Reliability and Confidence Levels
- Standard Error and Mean
- Sampling Large Populations
- Sample Size
- B2B vs. B2C Statistical Concerns
- Deploy the Surveys Appropriately
- B2B Surveys
- Proper Use of Media
- Who Should Deploy the Survey
- Using Survey Software
- Design or Refine Your Customer Complaint System
- ISO Requirements
- Satisfaction vs. Dissatisfaction
- Importance of Complaints
- Consequences of Not Handling Complaints
- Angry Customers
- Complaint Handling Software
- Analyze and Qualitative Data
- Decision-friendly Data
- Difference Between Qualitative and Quantitative
- Analyze and Quantitative Data
- Act and Celebrate
- From Data to Action
- Add Visibility and Celebration
This is a self-paced course that can be started at any time. You have 90 days to complete the course. Course content is nine hours long and is worth .90 CEU hours or .90 ASQ RUs.
- Desk Reference
- Handouts Including: Culture Readiness, Customer Feedback Tools, Survey Checklist
- Sample Management Review Agenda, Customer Satisfaction Plan
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