Service with soul

Stevens, Tim
February 1996
Industry Week/IW;2/5/96, Vol. 245 Issue 3, p29
Trade Publication
Presents the views of Tom Peters on developing and improving customer service. Developing a winning team of employees; Encouraging an entrepreneurial spirit among employees; Cultivating customer trust.


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