When the National Association For Printing Leadership (NAPL) recently released its list of Management Plus Award winners, two in-plants were among the recipients. Portland General Electric’s Print & Automated Mail Services (PAMS) team received a Management Plus Gold Award, while Washington State Printing & Imaging, part of the state’s new Department of Enterprise Services, earned a Silver Award.
Organizations and teams are crying out for effective leaders. The most effective and positive leaders are those that understand and practice the philosophy of "servant leadership."
IPG Editor Bob Neubauer takes a road trip through Oregon, visiting three in-plants along the way.
Wes Friesen, manager of Revenue Collections and Community Offices for Portland General Electric (PGE), was presented with the prestigious Franklin Award at the recent MAILCOM 2010 Annual Convention in Atlantic City.
Wes Friesen, Manager of Revenue Collections and Community Offices at Portland General Electric (PGE), was presented with the prestigious Franklin Award at the recently concluded MAILCOM 2010 Annual Convention. The Franklin Award honors leaders whose contributions maintain the value of mail communications. Award recipients received an engraved bust of his image in recognition of their achievements.
For the second year in a row, Portland General Electric’s Printing & Automated Mail Services team has been honored with a Gold Management Plus Award from the National Association For Printing Leadership (NAPL). PGE was one of only three Gold Award winners this year, and the only in-plant winner. In fact, the Portland, Ore.-based shop is the only in-plant in the country to earn the award over the past six years.