Create a true vision of exceptional service; show your employees how you want them to perform and interact with your customers. Make sure to repeat and reinforce daily to ensure your employees stay sharp and committed. Skimping on franchisee and employee training is ignoring the most difficult element in your formula for success.
Lior Arussy is the president of Strativity Group, a global customer experience research and consulting firm. Put your money where your mouth is. Not to turn them into robots, but to guide them and inspire them.
Comments on the Web echo the same feelings, recognizing what can sometimes be apathetic—maybe even outright rude—attitudes received from employees. You be the judge. Rethink your definition of service.
Stop being the laughing stock of the workforce. As long as you are considered to offer one of the least-desirable jobs in the marketplace, you will continue to employ people who simply do not care. Customer service improvements happen over time via multiple activities and behaviors.
Customer service is a product of company culture. What comes first, the lack of training or the high attrition rate?
PowerPoint presentations and webcasts are a good start but far from the end of the journey. Create specific incentives to recognize top performers and penalize poor performing franchises.
Match your investments in products and processes to your investments in your people. The argument many executives make for not investing in training programs, high attrition rates, is weak. Recognize that people matter. Emotional engagement is playing an increasingly greater role in every value proposition.
Companies tend to focus on what they think they can control, and in the high-turnover world of fast-food restaurants, it seems as if companies and franchisees simply have given up on the possibility of engaging employees to care.
No one wants to wait in a drive thru for 10 minutes or sit in a dirty restaurant. Just as consistency is applied to all other aspects of the customer experience, so it should be applied to people.McDonalds Burger Improvement Process Group# 2 - Dimension 4 Juan Torres Gaurav Deep Singh Rutvik Boudhankar Gurneet Kaur The Process Map SIPOC Process Problems The potential problems that may arise in the burger improvement process are as follows.
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I went to McDonald’s for the first time in about 2 yrs.
when I went there, I was in line (drive thru) for about 4 minutes, there was 3 cars in line. Has McDonalds forgotten what helped it be the largest and the best? Because you certainly aren’t the best any longer. I’m concerned that McDonalds is looking over the core of what helped. Total quality management in McDonalds' requires continuous product improvement and the quality customer service where the needs and wants of the customers are constantly met together.
Therefore, to ensure the employees in McDonalds that everyone is responsible for quality in their restaurants. How McDonald's Can Improve Customer Service Industry News April 12, The Wall Street Journal reported about a recent webcast McDonald’s executives delivered to the company’s franchisees discussing the deterioration of the customer-service quality delivered by employees.
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