Whatever Gets Measured Gets Done. True to Size Apparel

Whatever Gets Measured Gets Done. True to Size Apparel

Posted by Gene Constant on 4th Aug 2017

If you are a manager, with his proverbial back against the budget wall, this guide is for you, you're the Budget Manager.

If you are a manager looking for the means to save your department or firm, looking for a way to preserve your business and the jobs it provides, as possible, this guide is for you.

If you are attempting to recover a sharp, competitive edge, but have been told there are no additional funds to achieve your desired, or mandated, level of productivity or consumer service, then this guide is for you.

If you are a salesman, accustomed to obtaining above-market returns from buyers who lack experience in your type of service, this guide could be your worst nightmare.

I spent the past twenty years in various, operations positions. More recently, I was hired to trim the corporate budget fat, and still maintain the business and its employees. In fact, my mandate at a 1,000+ employee, savings & loan association was to keep as many jobs as feasible, by denying revenue to suppliers.

Budget preparers will learn there are many methods of reducing expenses and to cost-justifying much needed, capital equipment, which enables Budget Managers to remain employed and competitive.

This is not to say that every employee will remain employed, but this process will allow you to have the right people with the right skills, necessary to perform the desired tasks, required by your organization.

While at Santa Barbara Savings & Loan, I could reduce my department's expenses by approximately 29% in two years, while increasing productivity dramatically. My department exceeded greater demands with almost 50% less staff....

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