Internal Relationship Management: Linking Human Resources to Marketing Performance

1st Edition

Michael D Hartline, David Bejou

Routledge
Published November 29, 2004
Reference - 118 Pages
ISBN 9780789024619 - CAT# HW13911

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Summary

Use these techniques to improve staff performance!

Internal Relationship Management: Linking Human Resources to Marketing Performance shows how businesses can develop and maintain positive interactions between managers and employees. This book provides cutting-edge research on the management of internal customers (i.e., employees) that offers practical suggestions to improve internal service, employee performance, and—ultimately—external marketing performance. This useful resource contains many special features to augment the text, including tables, figures, and models.

Internal Relationship Management explores key issues, such as:
  • internal relationship management—managing relationships with internal customers
  • human resources activities—actions taken to influence employee attitudes and work-related behaviors
  • career entry—the initial stages of the internal relationship management process
  • organizational support—services provided to employees in an effort to support them
With this book, you’ll gain a better understanding of:
  • boundary spanners’ appraisals of career entry transition—from telecommunications, insurance, manufacturing, accounting, and retail firms
  • the recruitment, selection, and retention of customer-contact service employees
  • how internal communication processes affect boundary spanners’ satisfaction with organizational support services
  • employee branding—employees internalize the firm’s desired brand image to project it to customers and external stakeholders
  • the internal customer mindset—the importance employees place on serving internal customers
The authors of Internal Relationship Management are established scholars in both marketing and management, providing an integrated, state-of-the-art perspective on how internal relations affect marketing performance. This book presents extensive research and case studies to emphasize how employee satisfaction results in customer satisfaction.

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