Monthly Archives: December 2010

Take Control of your Daily Operations to Bring Back the American Manufacturing Sector

With all the conversation going on about a potential return to strength for the US Manufacturing industry, I found a point of contention and formed a rebuttal to a post by Thomas C. Gibson of Kennett Square, Pa., a retiree … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season to Think about Change – for your Business

The vacation time is being used; offices and desks are becoming more and more vacant from mid- December on. Staff and employees tend to use the end of the year as a mini-vacation time, taking a break to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Is your Manufacturing Business Ready to Compete?

It seems that the long-awaited rebirth of American manufacturing is on the verge of becoming a reality. Recent news of potential increases in jobs due to the adopted tax breaks for US manufacturing companies coupled with the increases in manufacturing … Continue reading

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2011 Shows Real Promise for US Manufacturing Growth

Continuing the slow climb of the last year, 2011 is forming up to show very real and measurable growth in the next year. According to a recent forecast by the Institute for Supply Management, “Revenue in the non-manufacturing sector, which … Continue reading

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Budget Talks? Bring in a Business Consultant to Rebuild your Day to Day Operations

As executives sit down to discuss 2011 budgets for their businesses, one cost-cutting factor that can be overlooked. The processes in any company’s day to day operations may cause a drag on the potential profits. In other words, how your … Continue reading

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