Who Stole My Customer??: Winning Strategies for Creating and Sustaining Customer Loyalty / Edition 2

Who Stole My Customer??: Winning Strategies for Creating and Sustaining Customer Loyalty / Edition 2

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by Harvey Thompson
     
 

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ISBN-10: 013400969X

ISBN-13: 2900134009697

Pub. Date: 12/26/2014

Publisher: Pearson FT Press

Rebuild customer loyalty, strengthen customer relationships, and leverage the immense power of customer co-innovation! Harvey Thompson's Who Stole My Customer?? is the world's definitive guide to rebuilding customer loyalty: must-reading in C-Suites and top business schools worldwide. That's no surprise: for decades,

Overview

Rebuild customer loyalty, strengthen customer relationships, and leverage the immense power of customer co-innovation! Harvey Thompson's Who Stole My Customer?? is the world's definitive guide to rebuilding customer loyalty: must-reading in C-Suites and top business schools worldwide. That's no surprise: for decades, Thompson has been the go-to expert for CxOs seeking to optimize their customer growth and retention strategies. Now, in this extensively updated Second Edition, Thompson sharpens his focus on two of the most crucial strategic challenges identified by 1,300+ current CEOs: strengthening customer relationships and promoting innovation.

Drawing on his immense enterprise experience, Thompson helps you overcome fundamental corporate culture issues that impede both relationship-building and innovation. Next, he demonstrates how to construct customer-driven business models and management systems that improve retention by systematically involving customers in co-innovation around goals and visions they help define.

Who Stole My Customer?? Second Edition helps you identify up-to-the-minute answers to the classic "tough questions" surrounding loyalty: Who's stealing my customers? Why is it happening? How can I stop it? How can I win back lost customers? You'll discover new ways to view business processes through customer's eyes… identify today's real drivers of loyalty… tightly focus relationship investments for maximum value… rebuild touch points around customers' current and future needs.

Throughout, updated questions help you apply Thompson's techniques in your competitive environment. Thompson's questions have also been updated to serve MBA or Executive MBA level students more effectively as they seek to add more value in future work assignments.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900134009697
Publisher:
Pearson FT Press
Publication date:
12/26/2014
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
224

Table of Contents

Preface xiii

Introduction 1

PART I The Case for Action: Customer Defection 7
Chapter 1 When Prior Strengths Become Your Weaknesses 9
Chapter 2 When the World Changes and You Do Not 17
Chapter 3 When Customers Leave 25

PART II Understanding Loyalty: A Pie Pan of Needs 41
Chapter 4 Product versus Service Slices 43
Chapter 5 Customer Segmentation and Targeting 55

PART III Integrating Two Views: Opportunity versus Risk 65
Chapter 6 Opportunity: The Customer View 67
Chapter 7 Risk: The Company Culture 81

PART IV The Winning Customer Experience 93
Chapter 8 What They Want: Ten Myths About Your Customers 95
Chapter 9 What They Need: Solutions 113
Chapter 10 The Next Strategic Leap: Company and Customer Co-Innovation 143
Chapter 11 What You Must Do: Institutionalize Loyalty 163
Epilogue: Who Stole My Customer?? 197

Index 199

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Who Stole My Customer? Winning Strategies for Creating and Sustaining Customer Loyalty 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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A second book by author Harvey Thompson that shows his mastery of the real meaning of customer value and loyalty. Harvey balances his real world expertise and examples with an easy to understand approach for how to relate to your customers/clients. Simply one of the best books I have read on the subject. I highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn more about how to develop and maintain a valuable relationship with your customers/clients.