world-class


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ranking above all others

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True world-class companies start with the recruiting and selection of new employees.
Roth, "Companies with world-class EPM performance .
The fact that we achieved cost reductions in excess of US$ 38 million dwarfed the fact that we were also incubating a world-class IT function.
The e-Series includes e-courses in world-class logistics and supply chain strategy, world- class transportation and distribution, world-class warehousing and material handling, and world-class inventory management.
World-class capabilities: Identifying world-class manufacturing capabilities ranks high on the list of priorities Japanese transnationals use to pick suppliers.
AEG, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Anschutz Company, owns or operates a collection of companies including world-class soccer stadiums Red Bull Park (Harrison, N.
World-class finance organizations rely on a centrally maintained, uniform single chart of accounts 98 percent of the time, while only 82 percent of typical companies make the same claim, Hackett found.
Makers specialize in executional competence, they have world-class skills.
Effectively improving the communication process means understanding what is special about world-class organizations.
Teaming with Oracle as part of the Oracle SDP Partner Initiative provides Bridgewater with an opportunity to build on our work with world-class companies as we facilitate best-of-breed solutions for the industry," said Tyler Nelson, vice president of business development and marketing, Bridgewater Systems.
World-class companies can turn around reports in about a day, while the poorest performers are taking as long as two weeks.
Hackett found that world-class HR organizations go beyond simple centralization in their approach to SSOs, taking a customer-centric, business-oriented approach that focuses on standardization, simplification, and consolidation.
Zero Corporation, based in North Salt Lake, Utah, is the home of Zero Cases, the world-class manufacturer of both aluminum and plastic protective cases, enclosures and assemblies for the aerospace, industrial, medical, electronics and automotive markets.
Hackett's research found that by achieving world-class performance in four core operational areas - information technology (IT), finance, human resources (HR) and procurement - companies can reduce annual SG&A costs by $60 million per billion in revenue.