In Fred Reichheld’s first book The Ultimate Question introducing Net Promoter Score, the standard for gauging Customer Satisfaction, he spoke about a specific issue that many companies have deriving what he called “bad profits” from their customers. An example he gave at the time was staying at a hotel and having to use the phone from your room to make call. At the time of the book’s publishing many hotels were charging exorbitant fees to call, especially long distance calls.Read More
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Monday after 5 consecutive weeks tied to my little pole friend (IV equipment coaster) I was free for all of about 24 hours from it. I was ecstatic! Freedom! I could walk down the halls, to my bathroom, get up from eating without fear of being tethered to this anvil and have complete independence of movement. I can’t tell you how upset I was when I discovered at around 1 AM yesterday morning that I would be shackled to it again.