Learning from what did not work is a critical skill for any manager. Part of the "War Stories, Wise Ideas and Q&A" in-plant panel session at GRAPH EXPO, this is the eighth of an 11-article video series covering key takeaways from the 10 topics the panel covered.
What Didn't Work for Three In-Plant Managers
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Three in-plant print center leaders offer their stories of what did not work in their print centers, and their hindsight for avoiding the issues they experienced. Listen to learn how:
- Tim Smith, State of Wisconsin P&D, had hand piece packet fulfillment work that the operation was not able to execute well
- Ron Balderson, Navy Federal Credit Union, underestimated collating and saddle stitching volume and his shop could not handle the volume
- Staci Hill, Freese and Nichols, purchased a UV coater that was too small, but has a tip to help others
Watch as these in-house managers discuss what "didn't work" and their thoughts about it.
Read the Series For Even More In-Plant Insights
Watch RSA's In-plant Insights blog for upcoming in-plant panel series posts. Get information from these in-plant and corporate print center leaders in government, banking and professional services that will help you better manage your in-house print center.
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In-plant print center leaders in government, banking and professional services share war stories, wise ideas, and discuss equipment, insourcing, managed services, marketing, new products and more.