I have been asked to gather examples of my recent study, ‘Mind the Gap’. Certain individuals have seen fit to ‘borrow’ and misrepresent the findings (text and graphs).
Twelve years of polls and surveys (the ‘Mind The Gap’ research, 2014) revealed that there is a significant gap between what companies believe they deliver, and what customers believe they receive. This is referred to as the service delivery gap or service delivery myopia.
You can see the original work at the following places:
- Mind the Gap – What companies are missing… the service delivery gap (Robert Craven Blog)
- The Service Delivery Gap You Are Missing (LinkedIn)
- MIND THE GAP – What companies are missing and what to do about it (Directors’ Centre Business Club)
- Why businesses think their customer service is better than it actually is? (StartUps.co.uk)
- Most business seriously over-estimate the quality of the service they deliver to their customers/clients… and this impacts on profit (LinkedIn)
You can download the full pdf here