A Good Attitude Can Help In-plants Survive
Business is down and cost cutting is front of mind. In-plants are under a microscope. In these situations, the smallest things can make a difference. That’s why having a good attitude is so important.
In a new blog on the Rochester Software Associates’ site, Consultant Howie Fenton reflects on how having a can-do attitude can be extremely beneficial to in-plants in this challenging times.
“In my work analyzing and benchmarking in-plant performance, I talk to a lot of administrators who decide the fate of the in-plant,” he writes. “One [common denominator] is the importance they place on their managers demonstrating a good attitude. Obviously, a good attitude can mean many things but most use terms such as striving for customer satisfaction, maintaining the desire to produce quality products, and being a good steward of the company’s investment.”