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A BUM's Strategic Planning And Critical Thinking Approach
by Eugene G. Spiegle

Overview


After a decade of shrinking to raise productivity and increase efficiency, companies seek ways to extract more profits from "streamlined" operations. The result is a return to strategic planning to support the issues of rising above the day-to-day operation of business to discover future markets and competitors.
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Description


Major corporations in the technology, pharmaceutical, and auto manufacturing industries focus on their revenue and profit; marketing strategies; and creative ways to develop, manufacture, and market new products. Organizations are expanding and improving existing businesses to create tomorrow's markets. To that point, many companies are creating strategic-planning teams dedicated to developing those plans needed to maintain their edge and profitability in their current marketplace. New concepts and methods in supply chain management, quality improvement, problem-solving, and organizational realignment accompany this new thrust in strategic planning. In the past, it was generally left to an organization's senior-level management to develop strategic planning.
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About the author


Mr. Eugene G. Spiegle founded The Pulse Factor, a consulting organization working with companies worldwide to improve corporate cultures, leadership, and management techniques. As a motivational speaker and management consultant, he has found worldwide recognition and over fifty years of experience in management and leadership from both line and staff positions. Prior to founding The Pulse Factor, Mr. Spiegle performed positions from President of a firm specializing in automated systems to Vice-President of engineering of a Fortune 500 company. He holds degrees in psychology and engineering with an advanced degree in psychology. Mr. Spiegle held a full professorship at Rutgers University in the Department of Supply Chain Management. You can follow Gene's blog at https://bumbooks.blog.
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Book details

Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Subgenre:Strategic Planning

Language:English

Series title:BUM Books

Series Number:3

Pages:120

eBook ISBN:9798350962574

Paperback ISBN:9798350926460


Overview


After a decade of shrinking to raise productivity and increase efficiency, companies seek ways to extract more profits from "streamlined" operations. The result is a return to strategic planning to support the issues of rising above the day-to-day operation of business to discover future markets and competitors.

Read more

Description


Major corporations in the technology, pharmaceutical, and auto manufacturing industries focus on their revenue and profit; marketing strategies; and creative ways to develop, manufacture, and market new products. Organizations are expanding and improving existing businesses to create tomorrow's markets. To that point, many companies are creating strategic-planning teams dedicated to developing those plans needed to maintain their edge and profitability in their current marketplace. New concepts and methods in supply chain management, quality improvement, problem-solving, and organizational realignment accompany this new thrust in strategic planning. In the past, it was generally left to an organization's senior-level management to develop strategic planning.

Read more

About the author


Mr. Eugene G. Spiegle founded The Pulse Factor, a consulting organization working with companies worldwide to improve corporate cultures, leadership, and management techniques. As a motivational speaker and management consultant, he has found worldwide recognition and over fifty years of experience in management and leadership from both line and staff positions. Prior to founding The Pulse Factor, Mr. Spiegle performed positions from President of a firm specializing in automated systems to Vice-President of engineering of a Fortune 500 company. He holds degrees in psychology and engineering with an advanced degree in psychology. Mr. Spiegle held a full professorship at Rutgers University in the Department of Supply Chain Management. You can follow Gene's blog at https://bumbooks.blog.
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