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Upgrading your operational engine

Are your organizational structures of people, information and processes outdated? There is growing uncertainty from economic conditions, changes to the OEM product mix and new technology. Keeping up to date with the disruption in the manufacturing industry, along with the challenges in day-to-day operations can be overwhelming.

Having the right people in place can ease the burden, but only if they are enabled to work together to tackle your pain points and profit from gaps in the market. The organizational engine currently in use may not be agile enough to adjust and grow with the dynamic market. Rethinking how teams work together will be required to stay competitive. Learn more in the full article below, reprinted courtesy of OESA.

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Peter J. Pearce
Principal
Peter Pearce is a principal in the consulting practice of Baker Tilly with more than 25 years of experience in the mobility and transportation industry.

Co-authored by Erich Bergen & Edward Mulford

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