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Development of a service culture – throughout the organization there needs to be a recognition of the importance of service. 48 By de-industrializing the service, treating workers in a human way, hiring the right kind of people49 and promoting a positively perceived service climate,50 the three parties in service engagement benefit. 4 A critical tool for front-line employees At the centre of the new approach to organizing for service is the concept of empowerment. The controversy surrounding it merits some further attention.
24 Services Marketing Management 14 Freemantle, D (1993) Incredible Customer Service: The Final Test. New York: McGraw-Hill, p. 3. 15 Sheth, J N and Mittal, B (1996) ‘A framework for managing expectations’, Journal of Marketing Focused Management, 1, 137–158. 16 Kotler, P, Wong, V, Saunders, J and Armstrong, G (2005) Principles of Marketing. London: Pearson Education, p. 638. 17 Tansik, D A and Smith, W L (2000) Scripting the service encounter, in Fitzsimmons, J A and Fitzsimmons, M J (eds), New Service Development.
Any one of these categories or others may serve as a sample for this study. 1 A language for business Alienation Authority Commitment Communication Competence Conflict Control Effectiveness Efficiency Emotion Empathy Empowerment Expectations Fairness Hierarchy Morale Power Productivity Quality Resources Respect Responsibility Rules Sincerity Status Stress Targets Teamwork Trust Workload Organization for service 29 This area falls under what is commonly referred to as organizational culture/climate (discussed later in the chapter).