Reinvent, Reinvest and Reengineer - Times Running Out
It’s overdue, but still not too late to reinvent your company, reinvest in it and reengineer how you do things.
There’s been a lot of talk about changes that need to be made in order for printers to succeed in these unprecedented times. We have way underestimated that need.
We don’t need slight course corrections or to “tweak” our sales strategies or even add a new product or service. We need to go to the very core of what we do and, most likely, reinvent our business model. This will take major surgery, or possibly even letting the existing patient die (hopefully slowly) while we give birth to a new business model—or at least a patient with a lot of new parts.
Carl and his wife, Judy, owned and operated their own successful Allegra franchise for nearly 20 years before selling the $2.3 million operation in 2003. He is a PrintImage International/NAQP Honorary Lifetime Member and was inducted into NAPL’s prestigious Soderstrom Society in 2010 in recognition of his contribution to the industry.