Clicking through the other four blogs at the end of the paragraph below you’ll learn about Magic Kingdom’s “poster-child” story for how the new Guest Satisfaction Measurement process began transforming the way front-line Cast Members had a voice for positive change.
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iPhone 7, 7 Plus, and writing everyday at Walt Disney World…
Last night i sat in a rocking chair (top pic) to continue an epic writing challenge. While pausing to think, i took two photos of the same thing. One with the iPhone 7 fully zoomed, and one with the iPhone 7 Plus fully zoomed.
The 7 Plus camera zoom is remarkably better than the 7.
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i tell people in my speeches that Disney Cast Members are never satisfied. It’s a challenging concept for “outsiders” to grasp the profound beauty (and sheer magnitude) of this.
Bottomline, every (with few exceptions) Cast Member is committed to continuously improving the Guest experience (and the Cast and Business/Financial experience). It’s a deeply engrained part of Disney culture.
Disney has taken the parking garage experience to a brand new level.
There are sensors above every parking space.
This provides real-time communication to arriving Guests on what level (even down to the row) they can expect to find a parking space.
Of course this is a huge “Wow!”.
And i can’t help but wonder if people in mid-life could get to a place where they are never satisfied – with improving their own personal well being. At Disney this is called “Internal Customer Service”.
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