048. P.I.V.O.T. - Strategic & Tactical Leadership through a Crisis to Grow Your Business
Instructor: Mary Kelly, Ph.D., .CSP, Commander, US Navy (ret)
Level of Complexity: Intermediate
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Participants get an overview of the current industry challenges, as well as strategic and tactical solutions that solve today's challenges. In addition to getting the 12-Month Business Success and Accountability Planner, everyone gets the Leader's Blind Spot Quiz, generating a personalized assessment that provides a comprehensive understanding of individualized strengths and areas to consider.
Do you know the 6 stages of responses during a crisis? When facing a crisis, most people remain in stages 1-4 of the 6 stages. This is normal and instinctive as people move to protect what is closest to them. There is a silver lining. Every crisis is a catalyst for innovation, creativity, invention, and advancement. This is why leaders have to be in stages 5 and 6. Stages 5 and 6 is where leaders find the opportunities.
In this engaging and entertaining program, Mary uses lessons from the Gulf Wars and 9-11 to get us through the painful aspects of our challenges, embrace change, and turn disruption into evolution. *How can we move our mindset into stages 5 and 6? *How do we brainstorm to find the opportunities? *How do we provide the right leadership that allows our people to thrive during adversity? *How do we encourage creative problem-solving to increase profitability?
Achieving Effective Inventory Management, 6th Edition, based on our most recent research and up-to-date “best practices”, provides a complete guide for managing a large and often troublesome asset: inventory.
The economic challenges facing distributors today have resulted in EIM conducting a thorough review and update of the entire 5th edition. This update, coupled with discussions regarding the impact and adjustments that the current economic challenges have produced in all areas of inventory management, has produced our new 6th edition.
This book helps you achieve the goal of effective inventory management — to meet or exceed customers’ expectations of product availability with the amount of each item that will maximize your organization’s net profits or minimize its total inventory investment.