Jerry's perplexed. He's about to get a five million dollar order, which means a lot to his $22 million company. But he's not happy. Lately, it seems like the more the company sells, the more money it loses.
CONUNDRUM: a complex problem
Infrastructure is the right combination of management, planning and systems that enables top performing companies to execute what they plan.
The conundrum for troubled or average companies is:
"If a company can't execute because of lack of infrastructure, how does a company execute the steps it needs to take in order to develop infrastructure?"
In an entertaining yet thought-provoking style, using a fictional company and its management team as examples, Larry Kendzior provides the answers that Jerry