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TOOLS OF MEASURING SERVICE QUALITY Lecturer: Aubakirova A. E-mail: diyadea@mail. ru Mob:   +7 707TOOLS OF MEASURING SERVICE QUALITY Lecturer: Aubakirova A. E-mail: diyadea@mail. ru Mob: +

LECTURE PLAN • RATER scale, SERVQUAL • GAP Model • ISO Standards • Government laws MethodologicalLECTURE PLAN • RATER scale, SERVQUAL • GAP Model • ISO Standards • Government laws Methodological basis: 1“Delivering quality service Balancing Customer Perception and Expectations” Parasuraman, Berry and Zeithaml 2. www. iso. org/ iso /home/ standards. htm 3. http: //online. zakon. kz/Document/? doc_id=30661723 4. http: //www. 03 portal. kz/index. php? option=com_content&task=view&id=1707&It emid=

Original Ten Dimensions for Evaluating Service Quality RELIABILITY COMPETENCE COURTESY CREDIBILITY SECURITY TANGIBLES ACCESS COMMUNICATION UNDERSTANDING/Original Ten Dimensions for Evaluating Service Quality RELIABILITY COMPETENCE COURTESY CREDIBILITY SECURITY TANGIBLES ACCESS COMMUNICATION UNDERSTANDING/ KNOWING THE CUSTOMER RESPONSIVENESS RELIABILITY ASSURANCE TANGIBLES EMPATHY RESPONSIVENESS SERVQUAL Dimensions. RATER SCAL

DIMENSIONS OF SERVICE QUALITY • Reliability :  Perform promised service dependably and accurately.  ExampleDIMENSIONS OF SERVICE QUALITY • Reliability : Perform promised service dependably and accurately. Example : deliver newspapers at same time each day. ▫ Doing it right the first time. ▫ The firm honoring its promises • Assurance : Ability to convey trust and confidence. ▫ Competence: required skills ▫ Credibility: believability, honesty

5 Dimensions of Service Quality • Tangibles : Physical facilities and facilitating goods.  Example :5 Dimensions of Service Quality • Tangibles : Physical facilities and facilitating goods. Example : cleanliness. • Empathy : Ability to be approachable. Example : being a good listener. ▫ Communication: informing the customer in a language they can undertsand • Responsiveness : Willingness to help customers promptly (timeliness). Example : avoid keeping customers waiting for no apparent reason.

RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE DIMENSIONS WHEN RESPONDENTS ALLOCATE 100 POINTS TANGIBLES 11 EMPATHY 16RELIABILITY 32 ASSURANCERELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE DIMENSIONS WHEN RESPONDENTS ALLOCATE 100 POINTS TANGIBLES 11% EMPATHY 16%RELIABILITY 32% ASSURANCE 19%RESPONSIVENES S 22%

7 PERCEIVED SERVICE QUALITY Service quality measures the gap between the customer’s level of expectation and7 PERCEIVED SERVICE QUALITY Service quality measures the gap between the customer’s level of expectation and how well they rated the service(s). Word of mouth Personal needs Past experience Expected service Perceived service. Service Quality Dimensions Reliability Responsiveness Assurance Empathy Tangibles Service Quality Assessment 1. Expectations exceeded P S >E S (Quality surprise) 2. Expectations met ES~PS (Satisfactory quality) 3. Expectations not met P S <E S (Unacceptable quality)

8 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY  Word -of-mouth communications Personal needs Past experience Expected service External8 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY Word -of-mouth communications Personal needs Past experience Expected service External communications to consumers. Perceived service Service delivery (including pre- and post-contacts) Translation of perceptions into service quality specifications Management perceptions of consumer expectations. GAP 5 GAP 3 GAP 2 GAP 1 GAP 4 Customer Provider

9 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 1: management doesn’t understand customer expectations ▫ improve market9 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 1: management doesn’t understand customer expectations ▫ improve market research ▫ Reduce levels in hierarchy ▫ Communicate with contact employees • GAP 2: lack of mngt committment to Q; infeasibility of meeting expectations ▫ Set goals ▫ Standardize service delivery

10 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 3: service performance gap; due to lack of teamwork,10 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 3: service performance gap; due to lack of teamwork, insufficient training, wrong employee selection, wrong job design. • GAP 4: discrepancy between service delivery and expectations of customers formed through advertising etc. ▫ Exaggerated promises ▫ Lack of info provided to contact personnel

11 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 5: discrepency between customers’ expected service and percieved service.11 GAPS IN SERVICE QUALITY • GAP 5: discrepency between customers’ expected service and percieved service. • Measuring service quality (reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy, tangibles) ▫ SERVQUAL instrument to measure the 5 dimensions of service quality First part measures expectations Second part measures perceptions

ISO STANDARDS The International Organization of Standardization widely known as ISO was founded on 23 February,ISO STANDARDS The International Organization of Standardization widely known as ISO was founded on 23 February, 1947. 1987 was established the standards of 9000 series. The Quality Management System (QMS) must respond to the human aspects involved in service provision and regard positive interaction between service personnel and customers as a crucial part of the service quality. Employee motivation, development, communication, and performance are especially important where individuals directly impact the quality of service. Examples of services which ISO 9000 applies: hospitality service, health services, financial and etc.

GOVERNMENT LAWS 1. The Law of Certification and Standardization 2. Consumer Protection Law 3. Licensing LawGOVERNMENT LAWS 1. The Law of Certification and Standardization 2. Consumer Protection Law 3. Licensing Law

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