Tag Archives: disconnected initiatives

Cost Reduction: The Lazy Way and The Smarter Way

Good management is about increasing sales, growing profit margins, growing people, and controlling costs. And over the past 100 years since the birth of “Scientific Management” by Frederick Taylor, more and more tools and techniques have been developed to accomplish these four important … Continue reading

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Social Media and Strategy Execution

Like nearly everyone else on the planet with a smart phone or internet connection, I have a social media account and use twitter (not daily, but occasionally).  I use WordPress to post my blogs, Twitter to send out short messages … Continue reading

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One Riot, One Ranger . . .

“A basic tenet of a healthy democracy is open dialogue and transparency.”  – Peter Fenn As a kid growing up in the 1950’s, I was captivated by comic book and TV heroes.  Superman, Batman and of course, the Lone Ranger. … Continue reading

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