Respond to mate posts Discussion question Hello Clarisa, Your suggestion is pretty stimulating. This is because s fidelity can only be obtained through realizing their tastes and preferences. However, this is not enough. The company can strength this by increasing their product’s quality; train its staff to develop good codes of conduct toward their clients as this will make customers consider their products. This endows the enterprise prestige which will enthuse the workers to uphold the same spirit and even struggle in strengthening it thus making this the habit that will act like the monitor even to new employee coming into the corporation.
Hello Elizabeth, Your suggestion is much welcomed. The intention of any business is to earn client allegiance by acting as per their interests. Therefore, any company that listens to its clients and consider their remark will achieve prosperity and become one of the consumers’ choices. However, many firms fail to effusively take consideration of their client and this makes them perform scruffily. Any organization that desires to survive the stiff competition currently prevalent in the corporate world must understand its employees’ trepidations and their divergent aspirations.
Regards Dear Elizabeth, I am interested on how you have defined operational respect as the conscious acknowledgement of clients’ individual needs. The corporation that is skilled of endeavoring this will inevitably be ranked as one of the most preferred organizations. However, how can a company cater for all individual differences in the process of fulfilling individual needs? An exemplification of this will offer an inordinate understanding of how business uphold diversity in the contemporary world. Regard Dear Alice, The manner in which the organization can portray its respect toward customer is quite interesting.
“The organization shows respect indirectly, perhaps through its policy creation” can you please expound on how creation of policy can affect the customer loyalty toward any organization as this will help in determining how the misinformed policy made by a company can have an effect in future. Dear Clarisa, I am impressed how you have tried to show operational respect in different fields. The field that amazes me and elicits my interest is how the corporation with intension of showing respect to clients can differentiate between important and trifling customer needs.
Please elucidate this as it will be beneficial to organizations in gratifying imperative customers’ needs. Regard Discussion question number 2 Hello Alice, Your analysis is great and significantly contributes to our understanding of research designs. The concept of backward research and quasi-experimentation that you introduced significantly reflects Campbell-Ewald’s researching capability and the effect and/or importance of the findings on the company’s performance or productivity. Additionally, you indicated that the research failed by using a nonrandomized sample which is realistic since it might have been a pre-planned sample.
However, do you think the use of multivariate diagnostic techniques efficiently addressed the challenge of non-responding participants? Regards Dear Clarisa, Wonderful post! It is fascinating to pinpoint that qualitative and quantitative research techniques supplement each other. An understanding of the various dimensions of respect necessitated the combination of various techniques so that the organization could obtain sufficient data and information that will inform the decision-making process. However, you designate that “strength of survey research is that it provides data for descriptive inferences and generalizations”. Is this not a weakness since generalization will ignore the incoherent responses thus leading to the formulation of an erroneous conclusion?
Regards Hello Elizabeth, Your response to the DQ is magnificent and reflects a candid comprehension of the Campbell-Ewald case study as well as profound exploration on the topic of research methods. Apparently, Synovate was misguided in distributing the questionnaires only once and to specific individuals since it hampered the possibility of obtaining responses from randomized and divergent respondents which would have aided in the formulation of a solid proposition. Regards Dear Clarisa, Thank you for your concern Clarisa.
By “inept of probing…” I mean that the contact between the researcher and respondents was limited hampering the researcher’s ability to question the respondents more in a bid to obtain urbane information. On the research sample, I consider the sample size too small considering the variables involved. A larger sample would be more sufficient as it would have provided more adept and all-encompassing information. However, it would have escalated the cost of conducting the research; this was against Campbell-Ewald’s will. Regards