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09 Mar 2015 Monday
The Key to Alleviating Warehouse Management “Pain”
Can you name the top pain points in your warehouse? If you are like most warehouse managers, these warehouse management “pains” are generally not far from your mind. Anyone who is in the manufacturing and distribution industry knows that warehouse management comes with its fair share of challenges and frustrations. In fact, they are inevitable in the business.

05 Mar 2015 Thursday
Service Management Challenges: Accessing the Data Service Technicians Need in the Field
Your employees are the greatest ambassadors of your brand, but if they are not representing your brand well, they may be doing more harm than good. In the service industry in particular where so many interactions are based face-to-face, your employees (customer service reps, field technicians, sales teams) have the ability to tarnish or boost the image of your company. They have a lot of power in the area of customer perception, and in order to help them better harness their influence, you need to provide them with the tools to do their job well.

04 Mar 2015 Wednesday
A Note to CFOs: Becoming a More Strategic Business Partner
As Chief Financial Officer (CFO), it is your responsibility to ensure the financial health and stability of your business organization. This requires a lot of time and energy spent searching for and analyzing business data, compiling information into tables and charts, and presenting facts to the rest of the C-level suite. The numbers and information you study on a daily basis serve to help the executive team make decisions about the company’s future and align the business’ current reality with their vision. In short, your job plays a more vital role in the future of your company than you even realize.

03 Mar 2015 Tuesday
Are You Losing Employees Due to Lack of Training Opportunities?
How many of your employees have left your organization within the past year? The past five years? While you may not be losing all of your employees, losing even one can have a significant impact on your business. Losing an employee is expensive. You are not only losing a valued member of your company, but you are also losing years of experience and knowledge, the money you have poured into that position, and the time you spent training up that employee for his or her role. The amount of time and money that will need to be spent to find a replacement can seem daunting – even impossible in some situations.



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