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Inflation or Deflation? ……….Why Does it Matter?

Most economists and media are concerned about inflation. For example, a new McKinsey & Co study offers up inflation as a fresh concern. And the media talks quite a lot about the printing of money in Washington – and how that could easily lead to inflation. In my opinion, [...]

2020-09-24T15:53:09+00:00May 20, 2010|Categories: Change Management|

Unemployment in CA & the U.S. – What Can We Do?

According to the UCLA Anderson Forecast, it is predicted that California employers will shed another 90,000 jobs this year and job growth will remain slow. Overall, it’s expected to remain around 12%. California is far worse than the national average (which hovers just below 10%); however, there is much [...]

2020-09-28T17:45:54+00:00April 21, 2010|Categories: Change Management|

US Manufacturers Face Shortage of Skills – How Can That Be?

According to a study released in 2009 by Deloitte, the Manufacturing Institute and Oracle revealed that nearly a third of companies were experiencing a modest to severe shortage. Gaps in such skills as problem-solving and communication also were noted in the study. This doesn’t seem to add up vs. [...]

2020-09-28T17:47:00+00:00April 14, 2010|Categories: Change Management, Skills Gap|

Why Leadership Can Make or Break Your Business: A Compilation of Case Study Examples

As originally written for AMA – April 2010 In today’s “new normal” business environment, leadership is even more critical to achieving bottom line results because customers are demanding more for less, employees are concerned about the future, and cash is tight.  In my experience in working with clients across [...]

2020-11-30T21:58:13+00:00April 1, 2010|Categories: In The News, Leadership|

Just when you thought you “had” it…

Taking a step back and reevaluating what you’re doing (whether personal or professional) and how it fits into the big picture is unbelievably important! Just this morning, I thought I was highly organized and prioritized in how I was attacking my long to-do lists and what I focused on……..until [...]

2020-09-24T17:30:13+00:00November 5, 2009|Categories: Talent|

Awarded Board Approval in Supply Chain Strategy

I wanted to share a recent success with you. I was awarded Board Approval in Supply Chain Strategy by the Society for Advancement of Consulting (SAC). To read more about it, I’ve attached the press release below: The Society for Advancement of Consulting® (SAC®) has approved another member to [...]

2020-09-23T22:22:15+00:00October 9, 2009|Categories: In The News|

Should you Throw Out Complex Project Timelines?

This is exactly the subject matter of my recent article published in Project Times, “Throw Out Complex Project Timelines”. Thus, my answer is YES! The current recession has made it all the more critical that companies deliver the expected project results – on time, on/under budget and meeting/ exceeding [...]

2020-10-19T17:02:45+00:00September 25, 2009|Categories: In The News, Process|

Why pay attention to trends?

In my experience in working with multiple companies ranging from a 1-person inventor to multi-billion dollar international companies across multiple industries and working internationally, it’s noticed that one common denominator is that trends are critical. Noticing trends has been some of the most significant value I’ve provided to clients [...]

2020-10-07T23:51:37+00:00August 24, 2009|Categories: Manufacturing, Supply Chain|
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