Started by charlie1, June 14, 2014, 13:36:35
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QuoteTimeshare is a great concept and you will enjoy a lifetime of holiday experiences as long as you own the right product to suit your holiday style and take the time out to do a little homework.
Quote from: ivyleague on July 17, 2014, 20:22:03@Charlie1QuoteTimeshare is a great concept and you will enjoy a lifetime of holiday experiences as long as you own the right product to suit your holiday style and take the time out to do a little homework.But at McDonalds people who did their homework and they owned the right product to suit there holiday style may find in a short space of time it taken away from them by the decision of others.To be sold a product that is said to be great that can be used for years and don't worry we'll sell it or rent it if required but now as an owner be told by the same people it can't be rented and it can't be sold and there are massive bad debts so will have to pay us £2000 to relieve yourself. Does seem a bit strange.Sorry if I've sent the thread off track but in the present circumstances your foot note raised a smile.
Quote from: charlie1 on July 18, 2014, 09:31:01This post has taken the thread off course, but you said it so nicely I thought I would explain my footnote.
Quote from: charlie1 on July 22, 2014, 09:23:54In all Industries it is found that it's not the largest companies that survive or those who have the most resource. It is the companies that listen to their consumers and is more adaptive to positive change.A Companies biggest asset is their consumer. That is key to a successful business and that should influence policy and how the business is run. It is essential that all challenges be viewed from the consumer's point of view as well as the Companies as the two obviously have to work together. The business has to be profitable and the consumer needs to feel as if they are receiving value. When an opportunity arises to provide a solution this has to be fair and in balance. Each Company and its consumers have their own challenges. As such, each business is trusted to find a fair and positive "personalised" solution. All concerned must accept that not one size fits all and we need to take that into consideration and how to deal with this.Whenever a Company is looking to introduce change it must have the ability to look around corners. 1) If I do this now, how does this impact upon my business and that of our consumers? 2) Project ahead and theorise 12 months down the line. What if we asked the same questions again? Can we adapt or have we set in motion a solution thats difficult to change course.3) Will this solution impact upon the way that our consumers can benefit from our product?4) Should we involve other experienced personal from outside of the company to ensure we are not looking at this one dimensionally. 5) Have we sufficient up to date feedback from our consumers to ensure our solution is current. 6) Ask yourself how can we improve upon this? 7) How could our consumers and prospective consumers view our recommendations in 12 months time? Will this be good PR for the company now and in 12 months time.9) Is our solution fair and if it's found that the solution is one-sided are we open to change?This maybe less relevant if the business intends to change its business model in some shape form or another. The danger is some Companies/Leaders have a closed mind and do not listen with the intent to understand. They listen with the intent to reply