Testing the endurance of your business

January 25, 2018 By    

The Brooklyn Bridge spans between lower Manhattan and the borough of Brooklyn over the East River. The bridge was originally constructed in the late 1800s for horse and buggy traffic, as well as pedestrians. It was built nearly two decades before the automobile was developed and mass produced. The construction was of such high quality that – for more than a century – the bridge has been able to accommodate the weight and volume of 120,000 modern vehicles per day. In the same way, the endurance of your business is tested during what we call our “busy season.” The efforts that we put in place last summer such as improving processes, safety, computer systems, equipment and vehicles are now paying off with dividends. By creating an atmosphere of continuous improvement, we bring a better service to our customers and a well-prepared work force to the task. When things don’t go according to plan, use it as a teaching tool and make the necessary adjustments right away. An organization that learns from mistakes will be able to handle the stress and weight of additional demands in the future.

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