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Take a look at these articles, videos and links
A satisfied customer
Caerphilly County Borough Council Awards Case Study 2013: The power of speaking face-to-face
Camelot Group Awards Case Study 2012: Focus on what matters to the customer
Can customer-centric operations cost less?
Contact centres: the heart of healthcare?
Customer Effort - the original Harvard Business Review article
Liverpool Direct Limited Awards Case Study 2011: More costs less - in our 24/7 social care centre
Motability Operations Awards Case Study 2012: Insight and collaboration transform service
National Police Networking Group
NHS Business Services Authority Case Study 2011: MyTime – flexible for our people and customers
Portsmouth City Council Awards Case Study 2011: Fit for the customer’s purpose
Public service and not for profit
Public service efficiency: why crash diets aren’t the answer
Putting People First
Six top tips for doing more with less in the public sector
Surrey County Council Awards Case Study 2011: Outstanding service saves money
The Operational Excellence Model and the Five Steps to Success
The Student Loans Company Awards Case Study 2011: Understanding demand to tackle peaks
Transform Sandwell Awards Case Study 2012: Being truly involved in your local community
UCAS Award Case Study 2012: Transforming planning, real time and MI


 

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