Key Steps to Income Improvement

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   Sometimes, all the grit and tenacity just isn’t doing it and the results aren’t satisfactory for the shareholders. Now let’s be clear, “not satisfactory” could mean doing fairly well but not hitting your marks, or “not satisfactory” could mean breaking out in a sweat when the bank calls. […]

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Bravo to Those Who Make it Happen, Get it Done

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   Printing is a tough business. It’s custom manufacturing that companies try to streamline every day. There are variables in the materials used to produce the printed piece-from the client supplied files to the raw materials used, and while much better than the past, variables in the manufacturing process […]

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Get Wired for Success

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   Technology is all around us, and it can be both thrilling and threatening at the same time. It might be the latest MIS update, tweaking your workflow automation process, or making sure that your IT infrastructure is actually set up to help your employees be more productive. It doesn’t […]

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Risk and Responsibility, Part 2

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   As owners and members of the leadership team, you deal with the risk and responsibility for getting it right, making it right and keeping it right for the business, your employees and your customers. I’ve previously written about the importance of the three P’s – People, Process and […]

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The Family Business-Building the Legacy

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   Family owned or controlled graphic arts companies have been the core of the industry for years. And obviously not just in this industry, but throughout the business world. I don’t have the recent stats, but it wouldn’t surprise me that the percentages are even higher for the graphic […]

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