Lean improvement opportunities are everywhere in our businesses and not just in our yards and manufacturing areas. An often unnoticed and undervalued opportunity for lean improvement is our internal methods of communication.
What happens when a credit manager leaves the Promised Land (of credit management) for the Dark Side (of sales)? Join Credit Overlord Thea Dudley to learn the pros and cons of life in our industry once you “know too much.”
Do you want to stop feeling underwhelmed by the quality of applicants you’re seeing? Are you feeling frustrated by your high rates of turnover?
As the leader of a credit team a large part of your role and responsibility is to coach, mentor, promote, cheerlead, and be a shameless self-promotor of your department and team. It's hard to do any of those if you don't know your department's goals.
What grade would you give your delivery service? More importantly, how would your internal and external customers grade it? Join Shane Soule as he outlines new and innovative ways to leverage technology to improve and automate your delivery process that not only improves efficiency, but separates you from your competition from your customers perspective.
In this can't-miss webinar, LBM Journal's own Credit Overlord, Thea Dudley, referees a panel of credit "frenemies" to cover all your questions on sales, legal, liens, bankruptcy, IT, and more. No topic is off limits!
Do you budget a percentage of inventory shrink and call it acceptable? What if you could cut that "acceptable" number in half? Join Shane Soule to improve your processes and convert loss to gain.
Recessions, pandemics and general elections – if the past and present economic environments have not convinced you to view commercial credit reports as a vital part of your credit program, nothing will. Checking out who you are doing business with and keeping tabs on them credit wise is critical. Saying it is easy, doing it requires a few steps and solid information.
If you want to position your business to thrive in 2021 and beyond, it's critical that you roll up your sleeves and get to work on the people part of your business.
Material handlers in our yards are crucial, not only for our customers experience, but also for a couple percentage points of our cost. In this 30-40 minute webinar, Shane Soule will analyze material handler activities and suggest some changes that could seem small, but over time, add significantly to your bottom line.