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Ten Imperatives For The C-Suite . . . And Beyond

A few weeks ago, I was sorting through some old files when I ran across a list of ten essential management objectives. If memory serves, the list is from an article posted not too long ago in a trade magazine, but try as I might, I can’t seem to locate the source. That’s a shame because I’d like to thank the author who originally compiled Read More →

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Greg Meikle, SencorpWhite’s CFO, Recognized As Finalist In CFO Of The Year Awards

According to Deloitte, today’s CFOs are expected to play not one, but four diverse and challenging roles: steward, operator, strategist and catalyst. It’s an incredibly complex balancing act, particularly here in the manufacturing sector where economic uncertainty, evolving regulations and the accelerated pace of technological innovation factor into every decision. Fortunately, SencorpWhite’s finances are in extremely capable hands . . . and I’m not the Read More →

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The Good Business Of Engaged Employees

  It’s no secret: There’s plenty about SencorpWhite that makes me proud. I can produce any number of charts that go up and to the right, showcasing a growing business, innovative thinking and other signs of progress over the years. At the heart of it all, though, I’d have to say I’m most proud that we have a team of loyal, engaged employees. Our retention Read More →

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Medical Device Manufacturers, Are You Ready For the FDA’s Unique Device Identifier Requirements?

I can’t believe it’s been nearly a year already. Last September, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its final rule requiring that most medical devices distributed in the United States carry a unique device identifier (UDI) . . . and now, the first compliance date for that new regulation is just around the corner –on September 24, 2014. The FDA appears to be staying Read More →

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The Award-Winning High School Student Internship Program At SencorpWhite

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin said those famous words some 200 years ago and yet, they still ring true today. In fact, it’s that very sentiment –that people learn by doing –that’s the foundation of the internship program we run here at SencorpWhite. Last week, I mentioned that offering internships is one of Read More →

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Eight Tips To Help Manufacturers Find Skilled Labor

Economist Brian Beaulieu, who was the marquee speaker at the 2014 PMMI Executive Leadership Conference, cautioned his audience that the greatest challenge to manufacturing in the coming years will be this: Finding skilled labor to meet an expanding market. It’s a theme I’m hearing again and again these days –and for many companies, it’s a problem that’s starting to have a real impact on the Read More →

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SencorpWhite Is A Sponsor of The 20th Annual Father’s Day Auto Show In Hyannis

Father’s Day. Classic cars. Cape Cod. Now that’s what I call a wining trifecta! The Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 20th Annual Father’s Day Auto Show on Sunday, June 15, 2014, and I’m proud to say that this year, SencorpWhite is a sponsor for the event. The Hyannis Father’s Day Auto Show is a free, fun day for the whole family, Read More →

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My Advice For The Graduating Class Of 2014

Everyone has advice for new graduates. Usually it’s along the lines of “Follow your dreams!” or “See the world!” or any passage from Dr. Seuss’s Oh, The Places You’ll Go. . . and although these are great, motivational ideas, they do little to ease the anxiety graduates feel as they face student loans, a shaky economy and potentially moving back in with their parents. So, Read More →

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Four Key Trends In Health Care Distribution Systems

SencorpWhite is currently upgrading the distribution center for Providence Health & Services, the largest health care provider in Washington State. It’s no small project, I can assure you . . . In 2012, Providence Health & Services became affiliated with Swedish Health services, and with this new affiliation, the combined footprint now includes 32 hospitals, 350 physician clinics, senior services, supportive housing and many other Read More →

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Top Take-Aways From The 2014 PMMI Executive Leadership Conference

After the PMMI Executive Leadership Conference last week, I drove to San Diego along Route 74. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, Route 74 is a two-lane “highway” that was built in 1934. It has no guard rails, even though there are incredible switch-backs as the road winds into the mountains to an elevation of 7,800 feet. At one point, I stopped Read More →

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