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How to Avoid Going Out of Business in 2012

  1. Rickandrade

    January 18, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    As the author of this article let me add that as reports of logistics and operational costs continued to climb in 2011 for US-based companies that produce products offshore and import back into the US, CEOs will need to reconsider and come to respect their corporate DNA as the new value driver that identifies more competitive ways to grow profitably in the USA. In other words, what works for innovative internet service companies can work for old-school American manufacturers given they advance quickly from a workforce physically together but intellectually separated — into a more cohesive team of innovators at every level, both intellectually adaptive and physically skilled. My clients recognize this today as their ‘trouble’ finding the ‘right’ skilled workers here in America, and collectively blame our American education system as being behind the demand curve. Maybe. But if outsourcing costs continue to make looking inward a potentially profitable kumbaya, we may just in fact see soon a time where education and skilled talent demand do meet up, and together provide a new Renaissance of the American Worker.

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    February 24, 2012 at 2:35 am

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