Changing and adapting are continuous processes

02/1/2013 | Smart Business

The hard work of managing quality and delivering new products can best be handled by making sure a balanced business structure is in place and then planning for continuous improvement, advises Robert Olszewski, a director at Kreischer Miller in Horsham, Pa. "A structured business improvement process, discipline and accountability lead to the development of systems and strategies that leverage the future and foster the true value of a business. Improvement involves assessing the now, where and how," Olszewski says.

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