For many years, North America was able to produce and consume many of its products and services with little foreign competition. This is no longer the case and we must develop strategies which allow us to compete globally. While technology can help us, it is only successful with a comprehensive strategy that can resolve inefficiencies. We currently have an advantage with our cost of infrastructure, purchasing power and technical capabilities, but these are not sustainable. Efficiency takes significant work, but it much more assured. The purpose of this blog is to help you develop and execute strategies which make you efficient, reliable and profitable.
David Schultz has a Mechanical Engineering degree from The University of Iowa and an MBA from Northern Illinois University. He has over 20 years of experience in manufacturing and process industries. I invite you to connect.
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