Joseph Cole Ensuring Citizen Satisfaction Through Continuous Improvement

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Presented at the Ottawa Public Sector Quality Fair.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Ensuring Citizen/Client Satisfaction through Continuous Improvement Professional Development Session 2010 Ottawa Public Sector Quality Fair
  • 3. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Concepts
    • Citizen Satisfaction / Citizen Service
    • Requirements
    • What’s Important
    • From Important to Improvement
  • 4. Citizen/Client Satisfaction A situation that seemed simple and became complicated when you asked for something or service that you really expected. A situation that seemed like it was going to be a mess was handled by a competent, interested person and you were impressed.
  • 5. Citizen/Client Satisfaction Citizen an inhabitant of a city, town, state or country, and as one, is entitled to its privileges or franchises (services and operations)
  • 6. Citizen/Client Satisfaction Client A person or group who receives or uses the services or products of person or an organization.
  • 7. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Satisfaction and Service
    • Citizen Satisfaction is measured by the recipient on their own scale- regardless of relevance.
    • Expectation
    • Citizen Service is measured by internal standards set by the organization
    • Promise
  • 8. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Requirements
    • Spoken
    • Expected
    • Exciters
    • Unspoken
  • 9. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Examples-
    • Canadian Tire Car Service Centre
    • Doctor’s office
    • License Bureau
  • 10. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Factors that ‘most influence’ satisfaction
    • Timeliness
    • Outcome
    • Knowledge
    • Courtesy
    • Fairness
  • 11. Citizen/Client Satisfaction 5 Factors of Satisfaction Customer Service Approach 4 Customer Requirements
  • 12. Citizen/Client Satisfaction 5 Factors of Satisfaction Customer Service Approach 4 Customer Requirements
  • 13. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Organizational factors
    • Timeliness
    • Outcome
    • Employee factors
    • Knowledge
    • Courtesy
    • Historical Factor
    • Fairness
  • 14. Citizen/Client Satisfaction Creating opportunities to drive high levels of Citizen satisfaction is NOT just for the person who interacts with the citizen. It is the responsibility of the whole organization.
  • 15. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Engaged
    • Employees
    • Knowledgeable
    • Courteous
    • Listen
    • Helpful
    Public Sector Value Chain
    • Improved Processes
    • Efficient
    • Consistent
    • Citizen based
    • Improved
    Value Satisfaction Trust and Confidence in service provider
  • 16. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • How do we demonstrate a desire to create a high satisfaction experience?
    • We ask them?
      • We ask the citizen-
        • Did we cover everything for you today?
      • We ask the employees
        • What can we do to make serving the citizen easier?
      • We thank them for telling us.
        • Add it to our improvement list!
  • 17. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Does your organization use /have
    • Satisfaction plan
    • Satisfaction meetings
    • Informal feedback
    • Complaint System
    • Compliment System
    • Internal client focus
    • Employee input
  • 18. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • A high performing organization
    • Openly and widely shares client satisfaction results and feedback
    • Has a habit of using feedback, formal and informal for improving services.
    • Demonstrates over time, improvements in satisfaction ratings
    • Includes linkages to the customer for all employees to understand their contribution
  • 19. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • The Voice of the Citizen
    • Do you survey your citizen/clients? How often?
    • Do you get input/feedback from front line staff? How often?
    • What do you DO with the information?
  • 20. Citizen/Client Satisfaction Thinking doesn’t change the way we act as powerfully as action changes the way we think.
  • 21. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Think
    • What should a satisfied citizen look like?
    • Who is closest to the citizen? Who’s next?
    • What do we currently do well?
    • What do other organizations do?
  • 22. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Measures
    • What are we currently measuring? When?
    • Are we measuring the correct things?
    • What do the front line staff measure?
    • How BIG of a deal is this?
  • 23. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Act
    • Talk to the managers.
    • Talk to the employees.
    • Talk to the customers.
    • Talk to yourself
    • Do it all again- often
  • 24. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Act
    • Start
    • Something important
      • Something small
    • Something employee based
      • Something customer based
  • 25. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Improve
    • Meet with the managers
      • Understand the perceptions
    • Involve in the managers
      • Understand the communication approach
    • Encourage employee participation
      • Understand who is interested in helping
  • 26. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Improve
    • Begin to measure the level of involvement and share the tasks and progress with the team
    • Walk the Talk
  • 27. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Starting the process- Act
    • Communicate
      • Progress
      • Success stories
      • Next steps
      • How to become involved
    • Celebrate
    • Learn and then do it again!
  • 28. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Improvement Tools
    • Check Sheets (to count and categorize feedback)
    • Surveys- (build or buy public opinion- be as specific as affordable)
    • Feedback loops (listen to everything being said)
    • Quality Function Deployment tools
      • Affinity diagrams, Relation diagrams, process review
    • Business Process Review tools
    • Improve-X Training (employee workshops/manager facilitation)
      • Creating/measuring Excellent Service.
      • Building links in the Public Sector Value Chain
      • Engaging and improving Service Teams.
      • Measuring what matters.
  • 29. Citizen/Client Satisfaction
    • Reference Material
    • Institute for Citizen Centre Service www.iccs-osca.org
    • Customer Satisfaction- National Quality Institute, www.nqi.ca
    • Baldrige Quality System- Steven George
    • The Three Pillars of Public Management, Instrup & Crookall
    • CoachCole Business Consulting, www.improve-x.com
    • Treasury Board of Canada.
    • Firing on all Cylinders- Jim Clemmer
    • Six Sigma Concepts-Mikel Harry (Motorola)
  • 30. JOSEPH COLE Improve-X.com 613.291.2653 [email_address]