While the suggestions in this book are a bit simplistic and idealistic, I found it to be energizing and empowering. I am new to an organization and have been charged with creating new customer service training. The philosophy in the book was right on and I will be using much of it as a foundation for the trainings I will be creating. I especially enjoyed the “Blanchard’s Dream” section that begins each chapter. While Mr. Blanchard’s narration isn’t as professional as other books I have listened to, his passion is evident through the entire read and more than makes up any deficiencies in the narration. I would recommend this book without reservation to anyone looking to create a customer focused organization.
I was unable to get past the first part even with skimming - my hope was to get some insight into how to build customer mania in a smaller business.
All this talk of KFC and other American Fast food joints trying to improve themselves just wasn't catching me
I was also really turned off by the narrators' really annoying voice, made me think that i have better things to listen to. Hello CBC.
Leave it to Ken Blanchard to inspire. In this book he didn't use his normal parable style, like in the One Minute Manager or Raving Fans, but instead presented his case for Customer Mania through a case study of a leading corporation. Many, many good ideas and insights. The only problem was the quality of the CD that I received made it a bit difficult to listen to. I would recommend to anyone who can and wants to have an influence over their company's customer service culture, or anyone simply just interesed in the subject of excelling at customer service, listening to this book.