BFHS Book of Wisdom Offers Leadership Advice to New Industry Members
Launched at its annual meeting in Houston on Nov. 15-16, 2019, the Ben Franklin Honor Society of Printing Industries of America is now offering copies of the BFHS Book of Wisdom for those aspiring to succeed as managers in the graphic communication industry.
The 248-page book includes a collection of 47 success stories from some of the most accomplished leaders in the industry spanning the latter part of the 20th century to the present, all inducted into the Society for lifetime achievements. Edited by Cal Poly Professor Emeritus, Harvey Levenson, the book presents advice under the categories of Change, Communication, Company, Customers and Markets, Employees, Industry and Community, Leading and Managing, Principles and Philosophy, Products and Services, Professional Development, Education and Training, and Technology.
Levenson said, “The book is an excellent resource for students in graphic communication educational programs, and for those already in industry aspiring to reach high-level management positions.”
A content analysis of the book shows that focusing on professional development, education, and training of staff at all levels; carefully developing leadership and managing strategies; and practicing overall employee respect and support are the most relevant areas for achieving organizational goals and objectives. Read the content analysis here.
The book was designed by Marina Joyce, founder of INTAGLIO. Copy editing was provided by Linda Coss of Plumtree Marketing. Printing was contributed by Dave DeLana, president of Heritage Integrated. June Crespo, Director, PIA Board & Affiliate Relations, and Gerald Nathe, BFHS immediate past Chair, provided administrative support.
The book is available for a tax-deductible donation of $50. All proceeds go to into Ben Franklin Honor Society student scholarship funds or to projects to benefit the industry. To acquire copies of the BFHS Book of Wisdom, contact: June Crespo at (412) 259-1778 or email email@example.com
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