Even as CU-Boulder dining services has adopted a highly analytical approach to quality improvement, it has not neglected the “softer” benefits that come from measuring and managing the customer experience. That responsibility falls to Janice Torkildsen, a 25-year veteran of the department who has worked as a manager throughout its dining operations. These days she manages marketing and the customer experience for both housing and dining services. “Our goal is to send ...

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