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by Steve Towers,Mark McGregor

eBook Thrive!: How to Succeed in the Age of the Customer epub
  • ISBN: 092965241X
  • Author: Steve Towers,Mark McGregor
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Meghan Kiffer Pr (August 31, 2006)
  • Pages: 102 pages
  • ePUB size: 1653 kb
  • FB2 size 1708 kb
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In this eye-opening book, Towers and McGregor guide you in how to make your customers your greatest business asset. And that’s exactly what you will need to do to thrive in the age of the fully empowered customer. Peter Fingar Executive Partner, Greystone Group Author of Extreme Competition: Innovation and the Great 21st Century Business Reformation.

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Widely respected for his knowledge and views on business change, he is the creator of Next Practice and has variously been described as a BPM Guru, a Thought Leader and a Master of Mindset.

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Those corridors of light mark roads, cars, houses, and offices; they mark the networks of human relationships, where families and workers and travelers come together. That is the web view. It is a map not of separation, marking off boundaries of sovereign power, but of connection

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In Thriving in the Customer Age, you will learn about the customer journey and a guiding framework spanning all .

In Thriving in the Customer Age, you will learn about the customer journey and a guiding framework spanning all stages of the customer experience. The book explains how every metric impacts your organization and how you can best utilize each to provide a stellar customer experience. Everyone knows the customer is the most important part of your business. Mark Stanley (one of our Certified Experience Economy Experts) masterfully shows you step by step how to make it happen – while properly noting that it won’t be easy, but it will be worth it. – B. Joseph Pine II, co-author, The Experience Economy Useful without being overused.

How much time do you spend looking at the ways things get done inside your business? It is a fair guess to say that a massive chunk of corporate resources go into such efforts, whether it is in IT, finance, sales, marketing, or operations. But seeking internal improvements in your business is no longer enough. The world's leading companies now look outward to emphasize a deep understanding of their customers, and what it takes to make their customers successful. They have come to realize that only when their customers are successful, will they be successful. These leading companies are intent on achieving Successful Customer Outcomes --everywhere, all the time.

Thrive! discloses how you can learn and deploy these new ideas --immediately. This concise monograph is about realigning your organization for dramatic and immediate results in order to maintain your competitive edge in the new world of total global competition. Towers and McGregor show how you can hone your priorities and strategies by shifting from the old way, with its bear traps and cul-de-sacs, to the new mindset needed in the Age of the Customer. You will never think about business in the same way again. _________________________

Although many in Western economies are in a state of denial, we are undergoing the greatest reorganization in the business world since the Industrial Revolution. If you somehow haven't noticed it yet, there is a loud and clear wake-up call in the air that can be heard everywhere. It's called globalization, and it's being brought to you by three billion new capitalists from China, India, and the former Soviet Union.

No matter what industry you are in, no matter how successful you are, it's time to get ready for the world as it will be --a world where your customers have new choices from a sea of suppliers from across the globe.

You can no longer be just a seller to your customers, you now must bond with your customers so fully that you and your customers become one. In this eye-opening book, Towers and McGregor guide you in how to make your customers your greatest business asset. And that's exactly what you will need to do to thrive in the age of the fully empowered customer.

--Peter Fingar Executive Partner, Greystone Group Author of Extreme Competition: Innovation and the Great 21st Century Business Reformation

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