Measuring Customer Satisfaction: Advanced Analytical Techniques

Course Category:

  • Professional Development course

Instructor(s):

This course is directed at marketing researchers who have a good understanding of the tools and techniques used to measure customer satisfaction. Building upon "Measuring Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty and Retention", this course provides an in-depth analysis of the analytical techniques used to measure customer satisfaction. It is recommended that researchers complete "Measuring Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty and Retention" and "Marketing Research Statistics & Data Analysis" before taking this course. (If you have not taken these courses, you are at least expected to be familiar with customer satisfaction methods and basic statistical terminology. While the course is mostly self-contained, it will not spend too much on background knowledge needed.)

Please note that there is approximately a 10% content overlap between this course, and Measuring Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty, and Retention.


Major topics covered in this course include

  • Basic measurement methodologies
  • Creating an analytical framework
  • Derived importance scores: how are they created
    • Correlation analysis and coefficient of determination
    • Multiple regression analysis
    • Influential observations and multicollinearity
  • Principal components analysis and factor analysis
  • Path analysis
  • Structural equation models
  • Other techniques

Recommended Prerequisites


Suggested Audience

  Members seeking CMRP designation Client-Side Researcher Research Supplier    
  Little or no exposure   Less than 2 years experience 2-8 years experience 8+ years experience

Past Participant Comments

"After taking this course I now feel comfortable talking to clients about how customer satisfaction is part of value leading to increased profitability."

"Well organized. This course gave good examples and practical implications."

"Great value, especially for the price."


Location(s) Course Date(s) Registration
Toronto April 27, 2017 Through the MRIA Portal

 

  • Course Length: 1 Day
  • Check-in: 8:30 am
  • Classes: 9 am - 5 pm
  • Lunch will be provided
  • For terms and conditions, click here

 

The venue address will be sent to you as part of your course registration confirmation.

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$599
$749 $399

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