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Improving efficiency—Voice of the Client (VOC)—blankStep 1: Identify our clientsWho are our existing clients (specific and generic)?Who are our...
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Prioritising root causesCause/factorHow much does it contribute to the problem?(0 = not at all, 10 = a lot)How easy is it to fix?(0=very hard, 10 =...
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Simple check sheetName:Department:Date:[Insert reason for keeping this check sheet, eg Subject of client call]Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5TOTAL[Insert...
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