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Fall 2014 TayganPoint Newsletter - Q3
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Making Strategy Happen

For most companies, making strategy happen is extremely difficult.  Not because they don’t have a strategy, but rather because organizational strategies are often too difficult to describe in four sentences.  Even the best leaders will struggle with the right words to use.  Go ahead -- try!

This means priorities for decision making create challenges for leaders when hard choices must be made; having a clear strategy enables leaders to say “No” to daily obstacles which simply get in the way of the big picture.

So today, we welcome you to the inaugural issue of the TayganPoint newsletter. Each quarter, we’ll provide you with content you will need to make smart, strategic decisions about your business -- practical, applicable advice that can help drive profitability and growth.

Please let us know if there is a specific topic you'd like to hear about in a future issue or, if you'd like to be a guest writer, please email us at communications@tayganpoint.com.

Joy Taylor, CEO & Co-Founder, TayganPoint Consulting Group
John Cassimatis, President & Co-Founder, TayganPoint Consulting Group

 

Leveraging Shared Service for Competitive Advantage
John Cassimatis, TayganPoint


Companies across many industries are faced with increasing pressures to improve productivity, reduce costs, and comply with ever increasing complex regulatory requirements while at the same time increase revenues and market share. Shared services and selective outsourcing of “non-core” activities can be a key enabler to helping companies address these issues.

>> Read the entire article here.
 

Supply Chain Reform: The Impact of Big Data and 3D Printing
Richard Powell, Crimson & Co.


The rise of ‘big data’ to the mainstream and emergence of 3D printing will be two of the big issues affecting supply chains leaders.
As organisations begin looking ahead to 2015, the issues being faced by supply chain leaders are continuing to increase in complexity and become more challenging.

Whilst the continuing growth of online retailing shaped recovery in the sector last year, open discussions are being held around the real cost of ‘low-cost’ emerging markets such as China and India. When considering the increasing manufacturing costs, quality challenges, shipping and stock coverage issues, how sensible is it really to put all manufacturing eggs in one Asian basket?

>> Read the entire article here.

 

Top 5 Landmines During M&A Integration
Jim Szakacs, TayganPoint


How can organizations ensure both a successful M&A initiative and increased shareholder value? The key is to avoid “landmines” that can derail and potentially successful deal.

Here are the top 5 issues that must be addressed, preferably before even the negotiation stage.

>> Read the entire article here.
 

Bikes, Burgers & Beers Event at TayganPoint
Susan Peters, TayganPoint


On Wednesday, July 30th, TayganPoint hosted over 70 cyclists at our Lambertville offices as part of our very first ride-along event, appropriately titled:  Bikes Beers & Burgers. 

The 20-mile ride, which included two members of the Fearless Femme women’s pro-cycling team, explored various parts of the Lambertville countryside before converging back at the TayganPoint offices for beer, burgers and good cheer.  Clients, prospects, and friends of both TayganPoint and Pure Energy Cycling were in attendance, enjoying the beautiful summer weather late into the evening. 

The night’s festivities also brought gifts, as TayganPoint received our very own Fearless Femme jersey signed by all of the members of the team.  The jersey now hangs proudly on the wall in the TayganPoint offices as a symbol of our sponsorship of the 2014 team and on-going support of the very talented ladies of Fearless Femme Racing. 
 
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