Every customer interaction your organization handles provides implicit and/or direct insight into processes, products, policies, services, customers and the external environment. You have the opportunity to play a central role in building a stronger organization with better services and products across the board – but it’s a role that must be earned.
Making significant quality and service improvements requires leadership and management know-how throughout the organization, coupled with a focused set of never-ending improvement activities that follow a disciplined problem-solving approach. It means working smarter, consistently making improvements to processes and services, and applying these principles across the broader organization. And it means ensuring that your quality efforts don’t smother innovation – or vice versa.
Read more about the principles most essential to quality and innovation in the article “Boosting Quality and Innovation.”