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Leadership that Achieves the 20/20 Vision

Posted by Ryan T. Sauers on 12/16/19 1:15 PM

Vision, mission, purpose and leadership are words we constantly hear in business today. Vision is the plan for what the future of our organizations will look like, while mission refers to our daily activities to achieve these long-term goals. Our purpose is why our companies ultimately do what they do. For our companies to be successful, it’s important
to understand what a vision is, and how strong leadership helps us accomplish it.

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Topics: Printing Industry, Leadership and Culture, Business Operations

Leadership Goes Beyond the Bottom Line

Posted by Pete Lovelace on 9/23/19 7:00 AM

When you’re a leader — no matter how long you’ve been in your role or how hard the journey was to get there — you are merely overhead unless you’re bringing out the best in your employees. Unfortunately, many leaders lose sight of this.

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Topics: Leadership and Culture, ThreadX, Employee Engagement, Business Operations

Inspiring Commitment as Leaders

Posted by Jamie Parker on 8/14/19 10:00 AM

How do we address the personal, human side of business and leadership with our inherent management expectations of delivering results?

As managers and leaders, our jobs are multifaceted. We play different functions in our interactions with team members. These functions exist on a continuum, ranging from directing to connecting.

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Topics: Printing Industry, Leadership and Culture, Employee Management, Business Operations

The ROI of Volunteering

Posted by Greg Kitson on 6/3/19 11:11 AM

Every year, I sit down with my current financials — my budgets and projections — and what would be best described as a crystal ball as I attempt to compose what I have learned in an executive financial summary for my various companies.

The document(s) describe what I thought would happen financially versus what occurred and what can be done to eliminate losses and improve profitability as I move forward in an evermore challenging business environment.

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Topics: Leadership and Culture, Business Operations, Volunteering, Professional Development

Benefiting from Your Most Important Resource, Part 2

Posted by John Compton on 4/1/19 10:43 AM

In my experience, the key to a successful lean implementation is the total commitment of everyone involved to make it work. All levels of the organization — from operators to senior managers — must be aware of the fundamentals of lean and make their best efforts to practice and improve them daily.



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Topics: Leadership and Culture, Employee Management, Continuous Improvement, Workflow, Lean Thinking