American Executive November 2010 Issue
Faced with the largest acquisition in its history, Xerox’s transition team used the company’s unique Lean Six Sigma model to ensure a successful union.1 Likes | 0
Attorney Sanjay Shirodkar spells out what the Dodd-Frank act means for companies as they prepare for the 2011 proxy season.0 Likes | 0
Shifting Away from Service
Management guru Brad Dawson says companies that adopt a product-centric business solution will see a quicker rebound to profits.5 Likes | 0
Xerium Technologies: On the Upswing
Stephen Light explains how this manufacturing company got away from a failing strategy, reorganized, and is now poised for growth.
Village Nurseries Wholesale: Growing Strong
David House said smarter inventory management, greater diversification, and committed employees got this business through the recession.
Third Coast Underwriters: The Relationship Reach
Marguerite Dixen explains how her business is growing with every handshake she makes.
Save the World Air: A Clean Slate
Cecil Bond Kyte explains how this energy efficiency company is proving faith and innovation can prevail in the face of economic and internal changes.
Ta Chen International: Online Metal
Unlike the rest of the metals industry, sales are thriving for this web-based steel business, according to Johnny Hsieh.
Parker Company: Adding Value
By focusing on core values and differentiating itself from the competition, Mitch Parker’s company simply never loses a client.
Wash Depot Holdings: Taking Care
This car wash operator has positioned itself for long-term growth by stressing the value of its services and providing great customer service.
STG International: A Remarkable Run
A strategic plan focused on growth helped this medical and professional services company expand. Michelle Lee explains.
Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services: Aviation Innovation
Rich Cawley said focusing on safety, quality, and service allowed this company to create several different businesses designed to outshine the competition.
RDA: Focused Solutions
By hiring the best people and offering custom solutions, this company can help its clients increase efficiency and grow their revenue. Tom Cole explains.
Purchasing Management International: Buying Right
This hospitality procurement firm has become a leading purchasing agent nationally and internationally by always striving to raise the bar, said Bill Langmade.
Preferred Meal Systems: Beyond the Books
roviding healthy, safe food at a lower price is the key to this foodservice company’s reputation as a leading provider to America’s school systems. George Chivari explains.
Plano ISD: Keeping Up With Change
Despite population growth and shifting demographics, this Texas school district hasn’t lowered standards or abandoned its commitment to serve all students equally, said Dr. Doug Otto.
Oak Valley Community Bank: Deep Roots, Strong Branches
Slow, steady expansion and a focus on relationships are fueling this community bank’s growth. Chris Courtney explains.
NER Data Corporation: Built for Efficiency
Even as this company has shifted its focus in the past several years, it has remained one of the top players in its field, according to Steve Oatway.
MISI Company: Making Advances
This experience design consulting and technical staffing company is growing through acquisition, organic growth, and staying focused on client needs, says Sarah Martin.
Merisant: Sweet Science
This tabletop sweetener manufacturer has overcome declining marketshare and heavy debt and is now on track for its best year ever. Paul Block explains.
McGuire Engineers: Serious Impact
McGuire Engineers This Chicago firm has influenced dozens of area projects and recently designed the ultimate eco-friendly space for itself. David Brooks explains.
Malibu Boats: Waves of Innovation
CEO Jack Springer explains how exploring new product and marketing opportunities keeps this boat manufacturing company on course for future success.
Lundbeck: Staying the Course
Sean Nolan explains why this pharmaceutical company doesn’t shy away from the challenges associated with developing drugs for rare diseases.
LTC Financial Partners: Partnered Progress
Cameron Truesdell and Jonas Roeser explain how this long-term care insurance agency is sharing its accomplishments with its employees because they’ve earned it.
Legal & General America: Lifetime Committment
Providing financial protection through life insurance, this company takes a new approach to marketing and enhancing product lines, said Jimmy Atkins.
Lambro Industries: Quality Accessories
When it comes to providing accessories for the appliance and HVAC industries, few can top this New York-based company.
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