In the first edition of this landmark book, business loyalty guru Fred Reichheld revealed the question most critical to your company’s future: "Would you recommend us to a friend?” By asking customers this question, you identify detractors, who sully your firm’s reputation and readily switch to competitors, and promoters, who generate good profits and true, sustainable growth.You also generate a vital metric: your Net Promoter Score. Since the book was first published, Net Promoter has transformed companies, across industries and sectors, constituting a game-changing system and ethos that rivals Six Sigma in its power.
In this thoroughly updated and expanded edition, Reichheld, with Bain colleague Rob Markey, explains how practitioners have built Net Promoter into a full-fledged management system that drives extraordinary financial and competitive results. With his trademark clarity, Reichheld:
Practical and insightful, The Ultimate Question 2.0 provides a blueprint for long-term growth and success.
©2011 Fred Reichheld and Bain & Company, Inc. (P)2011 Gildan Media Corp
"[A] wonderful new book." (Forbes.com)
I only made it half way through, this was just boring as hell. After you get the nuts and bolts of how NPS works it's just a very slow delivery of examples. The narrator doesn't help liven it up any. I just couldn't bare to continue. However I do believe in and highly recommend the NPS busines strategy. Just don't expect to be whisked away by this story.
Some material around how to set up NPS in a business.
Yes -I love the NPS System. Unfortunately this book is 80% anecdotes about businesses that have successfully implemented it. Also, the vast majority were huge companies.
Would love to see some info on how startups or small companies can implement NPS.
Well read -good voice.
My company has used NPS for 3 years so I love the concept. The book was interesting for a while as it's well read and some of the stories are interesting. Would have preferred some more meat around how to properly implement the system and less success stories.
Manager in the Wireless Industry. I like leadership and salesmanship books. I like to be inspired. I love to learn. No blood and Gore, just positive good stuff that makes me feel invincible.
Giving me ideas on how to explain its relevance to the workforce and examples of how its imparted change to happen.
Very Worth The Time to listen to.
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