Service Marketing week 2 notes
Service Marketing week 2 notes MKTG 4400-001
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Gaps Model of Service Quality Q = P – E Quality = perception – expectation This is a moving target, constantly changes. Quality service is hard because customer focused - The customer gap - The provider gap o Gap 1: not knowing what knowledge gap the customers expect o (real time)Gap 2: not having the right serv designs and standards (serv design and st. gap) o Gap 3: not delivering service standards (service perf. Gap) o Gap 4: not matching perf to promise (comm. Gap) affects both perception and expectation provider Key Factors to Gap Gap 1 - Inadequate marking research orientation insufficient mktg research - Lack of upward comm - Insuf. Relationship focus - Inad. Serv. Recovery Gap 2 - poor service design - absence of customer driven standards - inappropriate driven standards Gap 3 - Deficiencies inhuman r. policies designs/standards - Cust. Who do not fulfill roles - Probs with serv. Intermedianes - Failure to match supply / demand delivery Gap 4 - Lack of integrated serv. Mktg. comm. - Ineffective mgmt. of cust. Expectations - Overpromising - Inadeq. Horizontal comm. Airplane article – take inferences not results. Analyze and come up with conclusions based on results Customer Expected service Perceived service Service delivery Internal HR Selection Motivation Rewards Tools Authority Revenue growth Profit (history) - Bad serv o Never yell, both paties – does not help in any case - Depends on person/industry – need it now or later - Why do these things happen? - Cultural difference - Analysis - Predictions IS the customers always right? No, but value opinions be gracious Service profit chain Leaders employees values customers Internal serv quality V (value) = (solutions to problems + treatment) / price + hassle = benefits Internal serv quality employee satisfaction retention / customer loyalty External cust value cust value cust satisfaction cust loyalty Revenue, Growth, Profit Turnover is a cost (trainings) Cust. Buy value
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