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Week 10 designing quality service ch 8

Week 10 - Designing Quality Service (Ch.8)

Service vs. Manufacturing, Customer wants, SERVQUAL, Customer benefits, Globalization, Supply chain in service operations

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Topics 1
Topics –(1)

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Topics 2
Topics –(2)

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Manufacturing vs service
Manufacturing vs. “Service”

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Employment by economic sector adapted from metters service operations management 2003
Employment by Economic SectorAdapted from: Metters, Service Operations Management, 2003

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Key differences
Key Differences

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Quality issue differences
Quality Issue Differences

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Similarity of quality issues
Similarity of Quality Issues

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Dimensions of quality service parasuraman zeithamel and berry

Tangibles

Service Reliability

Responsiveness

Assurance

Empathy

What do customers want?

Availability

Professionalism

Timeliness

Completeness

Pleasantness

Dimensions of Quality (Service)(Parasuraman, Zeithamel, and Berry)

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Servqual
SERVQUAL

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Servqual survey
SERVQUAL Survey

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Gap analysis see fig 8 4
Gap Analysis (see Fig. 8-4)

  • The SERVQUAL survey is useful for

    gap analysis

    Gaps in communication and understanding between the provider employees and the customer have a serious effect on customer perceptions of quality

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Gaps

  • Gap 1: Managementperceptions of customer exceptions and expected service

  • Gap 2: Service quality specifications and managers perceptions of customer expectations

  • Gap 3: Service delivery and service quality expectations

  • Gap 4: Service delivery and externalcommunications to customers

  • GAP 5: Expected service and perceived service

  • Key is to close gaps 1-4 first

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Map of strengths weaknesses example 8 1
Map of Strengths & Weaknesses (Example 8.1)

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Designing and improving the services transaction
Designing and improving the services transaction

  • One way to improve perceptions of quality is

    … Improve the process of delivery through:

  • Blueprinting

  • Moment of truth concept

  • Poka-yoke

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Services blueprinting
Services Blueprinting

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Moments of truth
“Moments of Truth”

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Poka yoke
Poka-Yoke

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Poka yoke1
Poka-Yoke

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Poka yoke mistake proofing
Poka-Yoke(Mistake-Proofing)

  • Developed by Shigeo Shingo

  • An approach for mistake-proofing processes using automatic devices or methods to avoid simple human or machine error, such as forgetfulness, misunderstanding, errors in identification, lack of experience, absentmindedness, delays,

    or malfunctions

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Poka-Yoke Examples (from John Grout’s Poka-Yoke Page)(refer to www.campbell.berry.edu/pokayoke) mod. 09/15/02 DAB

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Customer benefits package
Customer Benefits Package

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Customer benefits package1
Customer Benefits Package

  • Objectives

    • Make sure the final CBP attributes you are using are the correct ones

    • Evaluate the relative importance of each attribute in the customers mind

    • Evaluate each attribute in terms of process and service encounter capability

    • Figure out how to best segment the market and position CBPs in each market

    • Avoid CBP duplication and proliferation

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The globalization of services
The Globalization of Services

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Improving customer service in government
Improving Customer Service in Government

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Change driven by
Change driven by

  • People want and desire to do good work

  • Quality management is associated with improved employee satisfaction

  • Government leaders are mandating standards, strategic plans and new levels of performance

  • Demand for government services is growing at a faster rate than funding for them

  • Threat of privation in government has led to an improvement in service

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Quality in health care
Quality in Health Care

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A theory for service quality management sampson
A Theory for Service Quality Management(Sampson)

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Strategic quality planning designing quality service summary
Strategic Quality PlanningDesigning Quality Service Summary

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