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Understanding the Nexus between Electronic Service Performance and Customer Satisfaction among Online Shoppers in a Typical Emerging Economy (Published)

The main objective of this study is to empirically investigate the influence of electronic service performance on customer satisfaction among online retail customers in Anambra State, Nigeria. The development of information and communication technology (ICT) and its wide application to business especially retailing led to the development of alternative methods of distributing goods and service hence, the emergence of many online retail shops that are challenging the traditional methods of retailing. In view of this and in view of the fact that customers are keying into this emergent phenomenon, customer satisfaction with the online retail shops is imperative. Hence this study set out to examine service performance and customer satisfaction among online retail shoppers in Nigeria. The study was based on a survey of 288 online shoppers in Anambra State. The data collected were analysed with multiple regressions and the outcome was useful to online shoppers, online retailers among others.

 

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Emerging Economy, Nigeria, Online Shoppers, Service Performance

Understanding the Nexus between Electronic Service Performance and Customer Satisfaction among Online Shoppers in a Typical Emerging Economy (Published)

The main objective of this study is to empirically investigate the influence of electronic service performance on customer satisfaction among online retail customers in Anambra State, Nigeria. The development of information and communication technology (ICT) and its wide application to business especially retailing led to the development of alternative methods of distributing goods and service hence, the emergence of many online retail shops that are challenging the traditional methods of retailing. In view of this and in view of the fact that customers are keying into this emergent phenomenon, customer satisfaction with the online retail shops is imperative. Hence this study set out to examine service performance and customer satisfaction among online retail shoppers in Nigeria. The study was based on a survey of 288 online shoppers in Anambra State. The data collected were analysed with multiple regressions and the outcome was useful to online shoppers, online retailers among others.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Emerging Economy, Nigeria, Online Shoppers, Service Performance

Employee training on customer satisfaction: Mediating Role of Employee Performance and the Moderating role of Job autonomy (Published)

This study focused on proposed hypothetical model to explore the association between employee training and customer satisfaction of retail sector in Pakistan, while observing employee performance in mediating role and job autonomy in moderating role. The study was conducted by cross-sectional survey among employees and customers of selected organizations of Rawalpindi and Islamabad cities, respectively. Sample consists of 224 employees and data collection was done by the distribution of structured questionnaires through convenience sampling technique. In statistical analysis to draw conclusions analytical tools such as reliability, correlation, and regression analysis were used. From results it was observed that there was a positive association between employee training and customer satisfaction. Also, the results of the study supported the highly significant mediating role of employee performance on the association between employee training and customer satisfaction. Similarly the results confirmed the moderating role of job autonomy between employee training and customer satisfaction. So it is well concluded that retail companies should introduce training of employees which will enhance their performance and will help them deliver a better customer service and definitely customers will be satisfied. Similarly if employees are well trained, so they will act and work autonomously which will boost customer satisfaction

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Customer Service, Employee Performance, Retail Sector, employee training, job autonomy

Key Success Factors of Total Quality Management (TQM) for the Hospitality Sector. A Critical Review of the Literature (Published)

The aim of this paper is to find the key practices of TQM, which are directly associated and implementable into hospitality sector by reviewing the literature of both service and manufacturing sector, and to outline key practices of TQM to develop a comprehensive and feasible quality framework for managers of SMEs to adopt the best TQM practices that enhance operational efficiency through quality improvement and to achieve optimal results, which is lacking in the literature. The researcher has applied a systematic literature review strategy to achieve the overall aim of this study. The systematic literature review has focused more on explaining the concepts comprehensively and in an organised manner. In this regard, the outline of the literature has been designed in such a manner, to go from a general perspective to a broader perspective to provide an in-depth discussion of the research topic. Data relevant to the research has been collected from scholarly articles and previous studies, to provide a clear understanding of the topic. Finally, this research makes an original contribution in the academic field as it enhances the knowledge of TQM among the managers and quality practitioners concerning key TQM practices, which are directly associated and can be implemented in the hospitality industry.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Service Industry, Total Quality Management, competitors, critical success factors., manufacturing industry

The Moderating Effect of Customer Satisfaction on the Link between Customer Relationship Management Dimensions (CRMD) and Organizational Performance in Telecommunications Sector in Sudan (Published)

Purpose and Questions – This study serves not only to clarify the relationship between CRM dimensions and organizational performance, but also to explain the moderating role of customer satisfaction in this relationship to answer the following questions: What are the CRM dimensions in Sudanese telecommunications companies? To what extent is the CRM dimensions (customer orientation, CRM organization, knowledge management and technology based CRM) could affect organizational performance? Can customer satisfaction moderate the relationship between CRM dimensions (customer orientation, CRM organization, knowledge management and technology based CRM) and organizational performance? Design/methodology/approach – The data collection utilized a quantitative research method. The research questionnaires were distributed to 286 customers.  Descriptive Statistics, factor analysis, ANOVA, multiple regression analysis and hierarchical multiple regression analysis were used to analyze the data collected. Findings – The result of this research showed that the implementation of CRM dimensions is more likely to improve organizational performance, when the company develops customer satisfaction. Research limitations/implications – The identification of CRM dimensions will help telecommunication managers to implement an effective customer relationship management (CRM) that enhances customer satisfaction and organizational performance. Originality/value – The findings of the study contribute enormously to the body of knowledge, as it provides a model to be used for explaining the moderating effect of customer satisfaction on the relationship between CRM four dimensions and organizational performance.

Keywords: CRM organization, CRM organizational performance, Customer Satisfaction, Knowledge Management, Technology based, customer orientation, customer relationship management dimensions (CRMD)

Relationship between Total Quality Management Practices and Profitability: Case of Small Hotel Sector London (UK) (Published)

The rise of competition has inclined various small-scale businesses to incorporate a robust strategy in order to increase profitability. Therefore, in the contemporary enterprise sector, exceptional importance has been given to the concept of Total Quality Management by both local and multinational organisations, considering the associated benefits of continuous improvement, increased efficiency, and the overall efficacy of the organisation. Thus, the main aim of this study is to assess the impact of TQM implementation into small scale hotels in terms of financial growth (profitability); and to develop a comprehensive and feasible quality framework for managers to adopt the best TQM practices that enhance profitability through quality improvement and to achieve expected results. The researcher has applied quantitative method by recruiting 141 participants (managerial level) to achieve the overall aim and objectives of this study, Therefore, survey questionnaires by using Likert scale has been conducted leading towards descriptive, correlation and chi-square analysis of the data collected. The results showed that various TQM practices have positive impact on the profitability of small hotels, such as continuous improvement, quality improvement, role of top management, training and education, employee empowerment and technological innovation, Finally, this research makes an original contribution in the academic and practical field as it enhances the knowledge of TQM among the managers and quality practitioners. Besides presenting some recommendations for small hotels, the study also puts some suggestions for future research in this area with limitations.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Performance, Profitability, Quality Management, Total Quality Management, competitors, critical success factors., small hotels

Internet Banking Service Quality and Customer Retention in Deposit Money Banks in Rivers State- Nigeria (Published)

This study investigates the relationship between Internet Banking Service Quality and Customer Retention in Deposit Money Banks in Rivers State. The objectives of the study were to investigate the influence of internet service efficiency and website design on Customer Retention. The study adopted the quasi-experimental research design which employed the cross sectional survey design. The choice of this survey approach is because it will scientifically look at the situation on ground and will empirically analyze it to get result that can be attributable to the accessible population. Based on the research questions, a research questionnaire was designed and one hundred and ninety (190) copies were distributed to the customers of the banks who constituted the populationof study, the researcher purposively administered ten (10) copies each to customers of the nineteen (19) deposit money banks in Rivers State. A total of one hundred & sixty-nine (169) copies of the distributed questionnaire were retrieved. These copies were analyzed and the hypotheses were tested using the Kendal’s Correlation Coefficient with the aid of SPSS Version 23.0. The result revealed that; there is a significant relationship between internet banking service efficiency and referral, internet banking service efficiency and resistance to competitive pressure, Internet banking website design and referral, Internet banking website design and resistance to competitive pressure. The result also revealed that customer technology adoption positively influences the relationship between internet banking service quality and customer retention in deposit money banks in Rivers State. The study concluded that consumer orientation should be applied whenever; banks are adopting new techniques that will service the need of their customers for better satisfaction. The study recommends that Banks should invest more on technologies that will ensure efficiency in serving customer and overall satisfactions of the customers. Customer satisfaction should be kept in mind as banks upgrade existing systems or while buying new systems altogether.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Customer retention, Internet Banking

Influence of Customer Relationship Management on Customers’ Retention in the Insurance Industry in Accra, Ghana (Published)

The study examines the influence of customer relationship management on customers’ retention in the insurance industry in Accra, Ghana. The objective of the study was to examine the relationship between customer relationship management and customers’ satisfaction in the insurance industry in Accra, Ghana; to determine the relationship between customer relationship management and customers’ retention in the insurance industry in Accra, Ghana and; to identify the challenges obstructing customer relationship management’s strategies in the insurance industry in Accra, Ghana. Convenience sampling technique was used to gather data form a sample of 200 customers of insurance firms in Accra, Ghana, using structured interview guide and data analyses carried out using SPSS version 20. The findings of the study showed a direct effect of customer relationship management on customers’ satisfaction. Also, the study revealed a significant positive relationship between customer relationship management and customers’ retention. Based on these findings, the study recommends that the insurance industry in Accra, Ghana, should continue to deliver excellent customer service to customers in order to keep satisfying them. This can be achieved by understanding their expectations and meeting them. More so, the study recommends insurance firms in Accra, Ghana, to continue to deliver value laden-relationships with customers in order to keep retaining them since retention is key in any given competitive business environment.

Keywords: Customer Relationship Management, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Service, Customer retention

Customer Self Service Technology and Customer Patronage of Deposit Money Banks in Rivers State (Published)

This study investigates the relationship between Customer Self Service Technology and Customer Patronage of Deposit Money Banks in Rivers State. The objectives of the study were to investigate the influence of Customer Self Service Technology on Customer Patronage. The study adopted the survey research design. The choice of this survey approach is because it will scientifically look at the situation on ground and will empirically analyze it to get result that can be attributable to the accessible population. Based on the research questions, a research questionnaire was designed and four hundred and seventy five (475) copies were distributed to the sample population which was determined by convenient sampling techniques. After data cleaning, a total of three hundred & twenty one (321) copies of the distributed questionnaire were retrieved. These copies were analyzed and the hypotheses were tested using the Spearman Rank Correlation Coefficient with the aid of SPSS Version 21.0. The result revealed that there is a significant relationship between Automated Teller Machine and repeat purchase, Automated Teller Machine and referral, Internet banking and repeat purchase, Internet banking and referral. The result also revealed that customer technology adoption positively influences the relationship between customer self-service technology and customer patronage in deposit money banks in Rivers State. The study concluded that consumer orientation should be applied whenever banks are adopting new techniques that will service the need of their customers for better satisfaction. The study recommends that Banks should invest more on technologies that will ensure efficiency in serving customer and overall satisfactions of the customers. Customer satisfaction should be kept in mind as banks upgrade existing systems or while buying new systems altogether

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Customer patronage, Internet Banking, customer self-service technology

Interior Design in Customer Satisfaction and Retention in the Restaurant Industry in Tamale Metropolis (Published)

In recent years, competition in the restaurant industry in the world is increasing thereby, giving customer’s variety to choose from. With this continuous growth of competition in the world including Ghana, especially in the Tamale Metropolis; exterior and interior environments of the restaurant has become a key marketing tool in the industry. The study therefore sought to find the role of interior design in customer satisfaction and retention in restaurants within the Tamale Metropolis and if it influences growth or otherwise of the restaurant business. The study used a multi-purpose sampling to sample 224 respondents from 10 restaurants across the city. Questionnaires were administered and data was analyzed using Microsoft Access Application Program interfaces by Visual Basic for Application (VBA). The results revealed that interior design has an influence on customer satisfaction. Also, most customers visit a particular restaurant based on a combination of factors as interior design, quality meal service, and quality customer service. Despite this, restaurant management in the city do not consider interior design important to customer satisfaction hence do not have policies and plans to improve on the interior design of their restaurants.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Retention, interior design, restaurants

The Effect of Customer Complaints Resolution Strategies on Customer Satisfaction Eldoret Based Banks, Kenya (Published)

The study explores the effects of customer complaint resolution strategies on customer satisfaction with particular emphasis on the specific objectives namely; a distributive complaint resolution strategy, interactive complaint resolution strategies and procedural complaint resolution strategies. The banking industry is one of the world’s biggest and oldest industries in the world. Its stability and growth is therefore paramount to economic performance of individual countries including Kenya. However, with the increasing competition banks have had to refocus on various strategies aimed at maintaining a stable and profitable customer base. Maintaining a loyal customer base has seen banks invest in various marketing strategies among them complaint resolution strategies so as to have an ever satisfied clientele. The study used an explanatory survey that targeted all the 20 banks based in Eldoret operating and licensed by Central Bank of Kenya as at June 2018. Additionally, 2300 customers were targeted for the study. A sample size of 372 customers was selected using systematic sampling techniques but out of this, 341 customer questionnaires were filled and returned. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect primary data. With the aid of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS),reliability tests was carried out using Cronbach alpha coefficient (a). Exploratory factor analysis was used to validate and test the indicators of the preconceived complaints resolution variables. Pearson correlation analysis was performed to test the relationship between the study variables. The study utilized multiple regression analysis to test the hypothesis, the study indicated that distributive complaint resolution strategies were significant (p<0.05) and accounted for 17.7% of customer satisfaction, procedural justice factors were significant (p<0.05) and accounted for 43.5% of customer satisfaction. Further interactive complaint resolution strategies were also found to be significant (p<0.05) and explained 36.35 % of customer satisfaction. The study established a significant (p<0.05) thus supported distributive complaint resolution strategies, interactive complaint resolution strategies and procedural justice factors to be significant associated to customer satisfaction. The study concluded that customer complaints resolution strategies are important mechanism in establishing customer satisfaction levels and therefore banks are advised to invest in customer complaints resolution strategies. Finally studies should be carried out to establish the relevance of accessibility related strategies on customer satisfaction in other industries and study areas.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, customer complaints resolution strategies, distributive strategies, interactive strategies, procedural strategies

Impact of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) On the Performance of Deposit Money Banks (DMBS) In Abuja (Published)

This study examines the impact of Customer Relationship Management on the performance of Deposit Money Banks in Abuja. The study investigates how CRM variables such as customer attraction, customer satisfaction and customer retention impact on the performance of Deposit Money Banks. The study adopted a survey research method where data was collected using questionnaires administered to both employees and customers of the ten randomly selected DMBs in Abuja made up of the 341 Population of the study. Taro Yamane Sample Size formula was used to determine the sample size (184). Out of the 184 copies of questionnaires that were distributed, 175 representing 95.1 % response rate were retrieved and used for analysis. As part of the method of data analysis, Pearson Correlation and Ordinary Least Square (OLS) was used to test the formulated hypotheses in line with the objectives of the study. The major finding reveals that, “there is significant relationship between Customer Relationship Management and performance of Deposit Money Banks in Abuja”. It was recommended that Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) in Nigeria’s North-Central sub-region should improve on Customers’ attraction activities in order to achieve deeper market penetration which will help in attracting more customers to strengthen their competitive positions. The study concluded that DMB’s should adopt CRM since it contributes significantly to their performance.

 

Keywords: Customer Attraction, Customer Relationship Management, Customer Satisfaction, Customer retention, Deposit Money Banks, Performance

Competitive Strategies and Customer Satisfaction in the Telecommunications Industry in Nigeria (Published)

Competition is a fact of life for most businesses. Companies strive to stay ahead of others. The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) sector in Nigeria became active in 2001 after the commencement of operations of network service providers as a result of the deregulation of the telecommunications industry which ushered in competition. The overall objective of the study was to ascertain the effect of competitive strategies on customer satisfaction in the mobile phone sector in Nigeria. The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja was the study area. The population of the study consists of all GSM firms and their customers in Nigeria. However, the target population was 1,727,866 GSM customers in the FCT. A sample size of 400 GSM customers was determined using Taro Yamane’s formula. Regression and Pearson product correlation (r) was used to test the hypotheses facilitated by the statistical package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) software. Findings reveal a significant positive relationship between competitive strategies and customer satisfaction. Based on these findings, the researchers recommend that GSM service providers should make efforts at crafting competitive strategies that are customer friendly to avail the desired satisfaction.

Keywords: Competitive Strategies, Customer Satisfaction, Industry, telecommunications

An Investigation of Factors Affecting Customers’ Satisfaction in the Supermarket Sector In Ho Chi Minh City (Hcmc) – Vietnam (Published)

This empirical study was conducted to find out the relationship among four factors such as brand image, service quality, product quality, and price toward customer’s satisfaction in supermarket in HCMC. The qualitative approach was applied to point out the measurement of the scales of factors and the quantitative approach was to test whether these observed variables contributing to these factors or not. After that, the author conducted a survey to customers who go shopping in Co.op Mart and Vinmart. After checking and selecting the suitable samples, the author collected 221 samples to analyze for this study. There was the test for the reliable theoretical framework that was conducted to test whether the hypothesis was supported or not. As a result, based on multiple regression analysis, the theoretical framework was significant and all the hypotheses were accepted. The factor affecting most to customer’s satisfaction was Price, the second one was Service Quality, the third one was Product Quality, and finally one was Brand Image. In general, this research model was conducted properly and valued to study. Supermarkets in HCMC can apply this empirical study to set up their business strategies and improve their customers’ satisfaction in order to enhance competitive competence as well as attract more new customers in the new era.

Keywords: Brand Image, Customer Satisfaction, Service Quality, Vietnam, product .quality

Assessing the Effect of Lead Time Management on Customer Satisfaction (Published)

The Microfinance Industry (MFI) emerging from the banking industry, lead time management is very important since the sector is highly dependent on very recent technology and customer service efficiency ethics which is capable of drastically reducing lead times. Customers are also highly informed and their demands and expectations are high. Customers want instant solutions when it comes to their financial or banking services. It is therefore important for microfinance companies to effectively manage their lead times to achieve higher levels of customer satisfaction. This study adopts the methodology of a hybrid approach consisting of qualitative and quantitative approaches in examining the impact of lead time on customer satisfaction in the microfinance industry, a sub sector of SMEs in Ghana. Sample size of 150 staff and customers mostly petty traders was considered from five selected branches of Talent Microfinance Company limited. In selecting the sample size of the petty traders for the survey, the Slovin’s sampling method was used. The study findings revealed that that minimizing waiting time in a bid to enhance customer satisfaction level can typically improve the competitiveness of microfinance services in Ghana as these are deemed the basic requirements for social development as well as for human civilization. Furthermore, establishing a scientific, workable and efficient banking system improves efficiency and enhances the competitiveness for banks to be an important society role. This is a requirement for banking industries own development, and a new inevitable challenge for modern Ghanaian financial institutions to increase the banking management development. The study recommends among several others that there is the need for improvement in academia or higher learning in Ghanaian microfinance institutions to link with other financial institutions in Ghana and identify gaps in the knowledge, values, skills and attitudes of their graduates most especially in TMCL.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Ghana, Lead Time, MFIs, SMEs

Corporate Management and Customer Satisfaction among Banking Industry in Rwanda (Published)

Corporate Management is all about making sure that decision are made effectively. This impetus towards corporate Management has been due to many factors. For instance, it matters for shareholders as it is a shield against abuse of directors while improving access to capital for the company itself and instilling financial stability in the market. The intent of the research was to assess the relationship between corporate Management and customer satisfaction. The research highlights the corporate Management practices in banks and how that affects customer satisfaction with the operations of Banks in Rwanda. There are a total of 12 banks in Rwanda. Out of the 12 banks, the researcher targeted the most commonly used banks in Rwanda. A total of 6 banks including National bank, Equity Bank, Bank of Kigali, I&M Bank, Banque Populaire(Atlas mara), Keanyan Commercial Bank(KCB). One branch of each of the six banks was chosen and included in the targeted branch population. The study specifically targeted branch managers of the different bank branches and customers in the different branches. Systematic sampling was used in identifying customers to include in the sample. The administered a structured questionnaires to 10 customers in each of the banks. The constituting of corporate boards is done through the involvement of all stakeholder or at least the key stakeholders. Moreover, academic standard are applied leading to the constitution of a qualified and gender sensitive board. However, there is a problem when it comes to sitting and waiting arrangements in the banks. The sitting arrangement and waiting arrangement in most banks in Rwanda is not conducive. The banks perform poorly on reliability because majority of the customers feel the banks do not provide their services in a timely manner. The customers have trust in the problem solving practices in banks. However, the customers believe the process takes long and employees in their banks did not prevent long waiting.

Keywords: Banking Industry, Corporate Management, Customer Satisfaction, Rwanda

Effectiveness of Service Innovation, Where Service Failure is an Imperative Issue for a Small Food-Service Brand: Case Study Approach (Published)

This article confers regarding effectiveness of service innovation in a small restaurant environment; where, the subject of repeated incidences of service failure is a common issue. Moreover, inadequately designed recovery actions putted the final nail in the coffin. For in-depth understanding of the exacting instance surround by real-life situation a single case study approach was adopted. A restaurant namely ‘Chittagong Express’ was considered for the in- depth study. This conscientious study is qualitative in nature; required data were collected in through of in-depth interviews, from the duo sides; management in the one side and customers on the other. The major findings from study confirmed that the food service brand is facing additional challenges to shield its brand image. Furthermore, post failure negative consequences, i.e. less repurchasing intention of the customers, less trust and customer loyalty towards the brand, negative post recovery emotions and discomfort were found in this case. Primarily, the efforts vis-à-vis the service innovation was incredibly appreciated by the customers, nonetheless, myopic visualization with reference to the appropriate customer satisfaction can be marked as the main reason of the predicament.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Service Failure, Service Innovation, Service Recovery, ‘Chittagong Express’

Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction Towards Customer Loyalty ( A Case Of Ila Vietnam) (Published)

The quality of service has become an aspect of customer satisfaction and has been proved that it comes from the combination of the excellent learning process and public satisfaction on the service delivered. The main purpose of this study is to examine what factors that play an important role in satisfying customers, and which one has the biggest impact on that mission, particularly at ILA Vietnam. A mixture of qualitative and quantitative research are used to collect data from customers of ILA Vietnam in 17 centers to get their satisfaction levels and meaning of service quality which were substituted in the SERVQUAL model. The findings suggest providing quality service in order to satisfy customers, organizations in this kind of service sectors need to improve on the dimensions of service quality. This study contributes to existing theories by confirming or adding value to the relationships that are involved in customer satisfaction and service quality. Besides, the provided results could be useful for managers at ILA in strategic planning.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, SERVQUAL, Service Quality, service sectors.

Understanding The Relationships between Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty: An Investigation of Ghana’s Retail Banking Sector (Published)

This study set out to examine the interrelationships between service quality, customer satisfaction, and customer loyalty for the Ghana banking industry. The paper also evaluates the effects of the individual dimensions of service quality on overall service quality. Primary research data were collected using questionnaires administered face-to-face, via systematic random sampling approach. Confirmatory Factor Analyses (CFA) was then used to test the hypotheses and address the research objectives as well. The results showed that the three variables were positively interrelated, albeit with different p-values for significance. The five dimensions of service quality, tangibility, reliability, responsiveness, assurance and empathy, each affects overall service quality positively and significantly). The effects of service quality on customer satisfaction was direct, positive but insignificant. In the same manner, customer satisfaction positively but insignificantly impacts customer loyalty. Service quality was seen to positively and significantly affect customer loyalty in this study. The findings therefore serve as a good guide for banks to work at improving service quality, which will in turn positively influence satisfaction and loyalty.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Customer loyalty, Retail Banking, Service Quality

Re-Emphasizing Total Quality Management for Organizational Effectiveness: Challenges and Strategies (Published)

The paper defined Total Quality Management (TQM) as a continuous and dedicated effort by an organization to pursue perfection in production output in order to satisfy the customers’ needs. The tenets are based on commitment, continuous dedication improvement to the established goals. Other guiding principles were discussed together with the origin and Japanese experiences. The components of TQM were discussed together with its organizational effectiveness. The TQM is customer centered. Justification for the research and the problems which the research was meant to solve were discussed. The accruable profits of TQM to an organization were stressed in that some organizations are run down by poor management strategies as outlined in (Dalota, 2011). However, the TQM implementation strategies were highlighted as the way to handle the challenges. Organizations that apply TQM shall surely revolutionize the production capabilities and enjoy greater market share in the economy. Organizations without TQM principles stand the risk of losing global market share in the new economic trend of the world market. TQM provides the opportunity for the employees to acquire the necessary skills, abilities, knowledge and competence for organizational and personal well-being.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, Organizational effectiveness, TQM, challenges and accruable profits, implementation strategies