'I haven't really talked about it because I was in shock,' says the TV personality.
Below is a long testimony from a former client of the PRS team.
He teaches Managing Service Operations in the MBA elective curriculum and in Executive Education programs at the School.
He is the faculty chair of the Achieving Breakthrough Service Executive Education program, and has also taught the Technology and Operations Management course in the MBA required curriculum.
A ubiquitous feature of even the fastest self-service technology transactions is the wait.
Conventional wisdom and operations theory suggests that the longer people wait, the less satisfied they become; we demonstrate that due to what we term the labor illusion, when websites engage in operational transparency by signaling that they are exerting effort, people can actually prefer websites with longer waits to those that return instantaneous results—even when those results are identical.