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Singapore Airlines’ Balancing Act Asia’s premier carrier successfully executes a dual strategy: it offers world-class service and is a leader. Introduction. Singapore Airlines is highly famous with its competitiveness with high quality service in commercial aviation business
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Singapore Airlines’ Balancing ActAsia’s premier carrier successfully executes a dual strategy: it offers world-class service and is a leader
From 2001 to 2009, SIA costs per available seat kilometers (ASK) were just : 4,58 cents, meanwhile the industry :
The SIA’s strategy is unusual, even management experts, such as Michael Porter, argue that it's impossible to do so for a sustained period since dual strategies entail contradictory investments and organizational processes
SIA has earned the reputation of being a serial innovator, bringing many firsts to the civil aviation industry:
It follows 4-3-3 rules of spending
SIA sustains innovation by using structured, rigorous, and centralized process along with an emergent, distributed, and local processes.
The former is the skeleton, the later the flesh and blood, together, they provide customers with a body of novel services at a low cost.
The Airline Institutionalizes personalization by creating a service culture, sustain through ;
SIA personalizes the customer experience by ;
SIA’s service processes, like those of most other airlines, are highly standardized. Thats central to high-volume service operations, because it leads to predictability, safety, and lower costs.
It also leads to customer satisfaction, but it cant deliver a “wow” experience, partly because once customers have experienced something, they tent to discount its value.
That’s why SIA combines standardization with personalization to delight customers.
The airline institutionalizes personalization by creating service culture that, as mentioned before, it sustains through recruitment, training, and rewards.
It instills in employees a certain pride in working for the company, and they come to identify its reputation. SIA’s crew members and managers alike say that service is in their blood.
Keys of “standardization that enable personalization”:
Instead of “say assalaamualaikum”, use “give greetings warmly”
Executing Dual strategies is difficult – that’s what make the approaches so valuable. By being different in ways that customers like, companies that do so rise from the pits of commoditization and make profits even in highly competitive industries