Browsing by Subject "Customer participation"
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Customer Participation Variation and Its Impact on Customer Service Performance: Underlying Process and Boundary Condition Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Sage Publications, 2020)Drawing on the customer participation (CP) literature, this research proposes that CP variation is the degree to which employees perceive variability across customers with regard to customers sharing information, time, and effort and making suggestions to enhance the service delivery process and outcome. Drawing on the job demands-resources model, this research explicates the mediating process by which CP variation affects customer service performance and its boundary conditions. Study 1 uses data ...
When Does Customer Participation Matter? An Empirical Investigation of the Role of Customer Empowerment in the Customer Participation-Performance Link Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Sage Publications, 2019)Research on customer participation (CP) has focused on its benefits for customers. However, recent research suggests that CP is beneficial to both customers and firms. The literature is also sparse on the economic (e.g., profitability) and customer (e.g., customer retention) impact of CP. This research introduces the concept of customer empowerment and develops and tests a model of customer empowerment as a parallel mediator, along with customer satisfaction, to explain the linkage between CP and ...