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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Mastering the Science of Service: A CTS Symposium Primer

November starts with the 22nd annual Compete Through Service Symposium, produced by the Center for Services Leadership at Arizona State University. I’m a multiple event attendee. Because I’m also an alum, they let me hang around and produce some social media tied to the event.

This year may feature the best roster of service business speakers yet. If you’re going, here’s a peak at the who’s who of service businesses you’ll see on the main stage. If you’re not, it’s who you’re missing, but can catch snippets of if you’re following me on Twitter or following the CTS blog.

To get warmed up, I’m including a few articles from some of the speakers, showcasing their service models:

Services at Procter and Gamble - A Paradigm Shift: Nathan Estruth, General Manager, The Procter & Gamble Company

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The Grameen Method of Action in Business Services: Vidar Jorgensen, President, Grameen America and Grameen Research Advisor, Grameen Trust and Grameen Health Trust Chairman

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Luck & Perspective: Bob Parsons, Chief Executive Officer, Go Daddy Group.

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A Relentless Focus on Member Service: Wayne Peacock, Executive Vice President, Member Experience, USAA

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A Nice House in a Tough Neighborhood: John Beuerlein, General Partner, Client Service Excellence, Edward Jones

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I'll feature more Compete Through Service content in the days & weeks leading up to November 2nd.  From Symposium, I'll be giving live updates by Twitter, and updating the blog with updates of what is certain to be some spectacular content.

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