Managing a Customer Contact Center
Managing a Customer Contact Center is an Intermediate level tutorial on Business, written by the author, Brad Cleveland. This tutorial is a critical base for an individual who needs to get better at his/her Business skills. It gives you a strong understanding on Business, Management, Business and Management.
Customer contact centers face a number of new developments: more channels, higher levels of complexity, and greater strategic value. In this course, customer strategy and management expert Brad Cleveland shows you how to leverage these developments to set up your organization for maximum success. He outlines the components of a customer access strategy and the forces that make contact centers unique: random workload arrival, the visible or invisible queue, and the seven factors of customer tolerance. He also helps you plan your resources effectively so you can develop accurate forecasts. Last, he demonstrates how to maximize the quality and value of your contact center and use existing quality metrics to improve center performance.
- Recognizing key contact center trends
- Realizing the value created by contact centers
- Developing a customer access strategy
- Identifying performance gaps
- Choosing service level and response time objectives
- Forecasting your workload
- Establishing a long-term staffing plan
- Forming measurable objectives
- Monitoring and coaching individuals