A hands-on, participation-based book from Alan Lund, provides a road map to revive, accelerate and win at achieving profitability. Alan provides a logical guide, support tools, proven methods and author access to guide you and your business along the profitability journey. With increasing customer demands and competitive pressures to manage and control costs, you need a winning profitability strategy to compete in the race. A Roadmap to revive, accelerate and win the profitability journey! Foreword by Hank Moore, Futurist - Corporate Strategistac. Hank has been described as qthe Peter Drucker of the 21st Centurya and advises companies about growth strategies, visioning, planning, leadership development, futurism, and Big Picture issues which profoundly affect the business climate. Hankas client list has included more than 5, 000 companies, including 100 of the Fortune 500 companies such as Disney, Southwest Airlines, Texaco, and Conoco. This book has already been endorsed by Lou Gorga-Director of Operations-Black Box Network Services, Doug McNames-Baker Concrete Construction, Clark Reed-President-Reed Rubber Company, Chris Goblet-President-Precise Stamping, Susanna Korinjenko-President-GaR Machine Tool a Automation, Tom Obrecht-President-Sharp Tooling Solutions, Michael McBride-President-Mason-McBride, Hank Moore-Corporate Strategist, James Malloy- Vice President-Kolene Corporation, EhabSahawneh-Huron Consulting Group-Dubai, Nate Gildersleeve a David Britt-N.G.K Metals Corporation, Darrin Soukup-Accurate Gauge aMfg, Thomas Schliep-El Matador Tortilla Chips, Bob Loy-National Machinery, Dennis Hughey-President-Alliance Internationalabto list a few!Just then, the companya#39;s sales person called in to the iPad via his iPhone Face Time feature which automatically synced to the 55a TV and a ... The sales person carried the iPhone right out to the machining center and we were watching the actual part as it was being machined in real time. Next ... he stated that the cost was under $1, 000 and they had been using this combination of features for several months. ... Ford has partnered with MIT and Stanford to research automated driving.
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