Call Center Management on Fast Forward: Succeeding in Today's Dynamic Inbound Environment

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ICMI Inc., Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 281 pages
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This is the only book available today that provides a very readable, step-by-step guide for managing an incoming call center. The book combines theory with practical advice and is filled with over 100 charts and graphs, several case studies and an extensive glossary and index. Readers will learn how to: achieve service level with quality in an era of more transactions, growing complexity and heightened caller expectations; understand the "how" behind best practices; boost caller satisfaction; win top management's support; and discover what separates a good call center from a great one.

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The workload forecasting model has its empirical limitations, but eventually, accurate results can be obtained in terms of estimated workforce needs.
Optimized use of ressources in an
"efficiency" scenario is also well-argued.
The work also offers a valuable approach to quality management by quantitative means.

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About the author (1997)

Cleveland is president of Incoming Calls Management Institute (ICMI), based in Annapolis, Maryland.

Mayben is a freelance writer based in Annapolis, Maryland.

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