Peter H. Christian was a founding partner and president of espi, a business consulting firm, and an executive at Crayola Corporation. He has worked with 300+ clients in business development, profit improvement, operations, IS selection and implementation, and project management. Today, he shares his four principles of agility: being flexible, utilizing people, developing cooperation, and providing a benefit to customers beyond the product. Christian also talks about his work as a speaker, lecturer, and adjunct instructor, as well as his writing and podcasting.
Christian has 40+ years of experience in strategic and facility planning, CI, lean, and supply chain. He has helped companies to realize millions of dollars in cost reductions and profit improvements, adding and retaining improvements and jobs. He has authored the Amazon bestselling business books What About the Vermin Problem? and Influences and Influencers.
Today, he joins us in the virtual lounge to discuss:
Why communication is a hard skill that leaders and managers need to have i
Why companies should accept change and problems and make them part of their culture and daily work habits
Why companies should not rely on consultants and should take ownership of their own success
Why companies should practice continuous improvement in order to stay competitive.
He also shares his four principles of agility: being flexible, utilizing people, developing cooperation, and providing a benefit to customers beyond the product. Christian talks about his work as a speaker, lecturer, and adjunct instructor, as well as his writing and podcasting.
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