Business Management - Productivity/Process Improvement
Companies who are omphaloskeptic (i.e. inwardly focused) tend to be much less successful than those who are highly attuned to the needs of their customers and may miss market opportunities because they don’t see patterns in customer behavior.
Graphic Village and Multi-Craft recently received a total of 16 2018 Print Excellence Awards from the Printing Industries of Ohio.
SGIA has recognized 55 companies for their safety efforts throughout 2017 as part of the association’s Safety Recognition Program.
Did you now that Lean Management has over a 90% failure rate? Likewise, 45% of features in Job Shop Management Software goes totally unused. In fact, another 19% of a software’s features are rarely used, resulting in a 64% under-utilization ratio. These failure rates, of utilizing and sustaining business processes, reminds me of a conversation I had with a large publishing company CEO.
If you’re seeing telltale signs of burnout from your high achievers - exhaustion, forgetfulness, negativity and pessimism - you’re not alone. According to a study by Kronos, 95% of human resource leaders say that employee burnout is sabotaging their efforts to retain their workforce. Here are a few habits that can alleviate a slow burn.
In working with organizations over the years, I have observed a particular reaction people have when someone in their organization proposes a change, particularly a major one. Those on the listening end, who are required to make the idea a success, are hearing it for the first time and may have a mixed reaction to it. It is at this intersection where so many ideas fall apart.
I want to share a FREE document with all of you printers out there – especially, those companies struggling with waste due to errors.
Printing Industries Alliance are sponsoring an educational webinar on Workplace Harassment.