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The Sourcing Team at Kimball's International Office: 1st row (left to right) — Jane Vogler, John Barwe 2nd row — Glynn Staten, Bob Price, Ben Russell 3rd row — Myron Lampert, Rob Young, Stan Schneider, Werner Bender, Larry Quade Missing from photo: Lara Dickerson By Andrew K. Reese When Bob Price began leading the transformation of sourcing at the Office Furniture Group of Kimball International two years ago, he quickly drew up plans for four specific initiatives to take sourcing in a more strategic direction at the company. But he also put in place a fifth initiative to help ensure the success of ...
Asset management can be defined as managing infrastructure capital assets to minimize the total cost of owning and operating them, while delivering the service levels customer's desire. It is successfully practiced in urban centers, and large and small sewer collection systems to improve operational, environmental, and financial performance. Each utility is responsible for making sure that its system stays in good working order-regardless of the age of components or the availability of additional funds. Asset management programs with long-range planning, life-cycle ... Read More
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