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Customer Care Features
Dallas Crawford
Machine learning algorithms are the ‘robots’ in the pricing process
James J. Kline
A sound quality management foundation exists in local government
The Un-Comfort Zone With Robert Wilson
You can’t stop change; all you can do is prepare
Innovating Service With Chip Bell
‘When you innovate you’ve got to be prepared for everyone telling you that you’re nuts’
Tom Taormina
Risk and liability are the result of continual improvement done poorly

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Customer Care News
Good quality is adding an average of 11 percent to organizations’ revenue growth
Chick-fil-A leads; Chipotle Mexican Grill stabilizes
Consolidated Edison posts large gain; patient satisfaction is stable
Partnership for a Cleaner Environment (PACE) program has grown to more than 40 suppliers in 40 countries
Trader Joe’s tops supermarkets; Home Depot overtakes Lowe’s
TVs and video players lead the pack, with internet services at the bottom
AIAG’s director of corporate responsibility comments on impact of new ethics language in upcoming IATF 16949
Good news for Detroit
The Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence can help

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Tips for working from home

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As Quality Digest’s Ryan Day writes in his article “Embracing Work-From-Home: Insights for employers” the recent shelter-in-place orders have made work-from-home the new normal, and some organizations are struggling with the transition to working as a remote team. But there are companies that have been doing so for quite some time, and we can benefit from their experience.

Here are some tips that you can find in Ryan’s article and his interview with Eric Doster, CEO of Dozuki, and Jennifer Dennard, COO of Range. They have been working within remote teams for years.

 
 

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