It's surprising how little effort it actually takes to be considered "outstanding" by your clients in just about any category.
Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional! – QBQ!
What's also surprising is how little effort is taken by companies and individuals to actually BE outstanding. Jan 09, Chad Stutzman rated it really liked it. I enjoyed this book, because it was simple, to the point and filled with real life stories of outstanding service and flat out bad service. If you follow these principles your organization will be outstanding. The key is individuals understanding these principles and putting them into practice.
Read this book and start doing it. Mar 21, Kelsey Yates rated it really liked it. I admit I didn't expect anything exciting from this book as I've read his other three books and other similar business books. I would be reading along when suddenly a diamond just lands in my lap. It is an excellent book. I love that his books are not to long and the chapters are short. May 14, Amy rated it really liked it.
Probably more of a 3. Sometimes, Miller could have used a stronger illustration to demonstrate a strategy.
Jul 19, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: business. Miller has a very clear and effective communication style.
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Some of the 47 ways to make an organization exceptional include personal responsibility, clear communication and not forgetting the little things when serving customers. Feb 07, Andy Fletcher rated it really liked it Shelves: fletch-recommends.
I just read this book "on tape" and loved it! Also enjoying the QBQ book. Apr 15, Marc Bowers rated it it was amazing. Apr 02, Stephanie rated it did not like it. Had to read for work. It's like a Dan Brown book: Short, overly simple chapters, trite ideas, rehashing other's stories, etc.
Jan 30, bookreader added it. The customers of a business are everywhere and can fire the business at any time. Implementing these commonsense, practical ideas will help prevent your customers from doing so. Sep 14, Krista Streuly rated it it was amazing. Nothing short of Outstanding!! For any organization! Apr 06, Darrell rated it really liked it. After a short conversation, he gave me a book and signed it.
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Aug 06, Brian rated it did not like it. Some good lessons in the book for business. Aug 06, Chris Tucker rated it it was amazing. It si a great book to read in short spurts. An initial read through is good, but then you can use it like a work book to focus on different skills. Feb 10, Rachel rated it liked it Shelves: Great format--short anecdotal examples of ways to make an organization outstanding. Easy read!
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Mar 22, Barbara Lovejoy rated it it was amazing. Love this book! Will definitely use the ideas in this book to make our charter school, Esperanza, outstanding. Apr 14, Jerilyn rated it it was amazing.creatoranswers.com/modules/pending/mujeres-ibiza-passion.php
Outstanding!: 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional
Useful ideas and things to think about no matter what kind of organization you work for. Apr 10, Philip Meinel rated it liked it Shelves: leadership , business , performance. Great reference for specific areas of improvement. Mar 01, Colin Bendell rated it liked it. An Ok collection of anecdotes on what it takes to make an outstanding organization. Similar to Good to Great but without the research and data. Jul 16, Anthony rated it it was amazing. Excellent book with some great illustrations.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About John G. John G. Miller is the founder of QBQ, Inc. QBQ, Inc. We are continually striving to find better ways to coexist with one another and to help keep each other safe. Belinda Nadeau. Who won? This comment came to my email before the deadline.
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Community planning is my second career which began just three short years ago after two years obtaining my masters degree in Urban and Regional planning. I retired from over 20 years dairy farming during which I was very involved in my community as a volunteer and leader. During this time I became empassioned about the community building needs and opportunities which this experience exposed me to. My enthusiasm for my new young career is benefited by life experience resulting a unique mix of knowledge and enthusiasm.
My enthusiastic and rooted belief in the possibilities are guided by my knowledge and experience. I am hungry to gain insight about facilitating improved community. My organization is not only my staff of 9 individuals but our community as a whole. The more intense or frequent use of the principles or ways are used within our staff.
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