How Efficiency Changes the Game

How Efficiency Changes the Game

Developing Lean Operations for Competitive Advantage

Ray Hodge

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Obtaining a competitive advantage in today’s business environment generally does not happen of its own accord. With the speed of global economic change, products to market, technology and customer preferences, organizations must light on their feet and be the drivers of change. Given that most businesses deal with the same buyers in defined markets who purchase similar products, gaining this competitive advantage is critical to both thriving and being leaders in their field. To do this, one must drive efficiencies throughout the entire organization while creating a significant point of difference. Yet, inefficiency continues to run rampant and can be found in the often-forgotten pockets of the organization, hampering efficacy at best, leading it out the door at worst.

How Efficiency Changes the Game: Developing Lean Operations for Competitive Advantage provides an insightful process for the executive, manager, and business owner, enabling them to discover inefficiencies where least expected, highlighting both the nature of the primary issues and then how to subsequently correct them. This book will assist in developing lean operations in areas such as leadership, marketing, strategy and planning, sales, time management, workflows, finances, and people.


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Ray Hodge:
Ray Hodge works as a business advisor, speaker, and writer, helping organizations and their leaders dramatically improve efficiencies and gain their own competitive advantage. He has worked with small companies in the bush to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and much in between. Ray is the author of two other books: Smash the Bottleneck and The Business of People, is published frequently in trade magazines and conducts keynote speeches and workshops on the subjects of efficiency and leadership. He is the co-author of 4 children, is attempting to learn tango dancing from his partner Michelle, and resides in Adelaide, Australia.

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