EEC 267: Hope Is Not A Business Strategy, with Chuck Knabusch
Chuck Knabusch is the founder and principal of 13Ten Business Solutions, LLC. He spent nine years in the US Army and learned key processes that the military could help run an efficient operation.
- You come from a background in Manufacturing what are some principles of lean manufacturing that non-manufacturers could implement to improve their processes?
- What did you learn from the military that you can apply to the business world?
- It is safe to say that most people are too busy and, thus, their leadership suffers because of it. What are 1 or 2 principles that you cover in your book, that could help the average person?
- What have you found to be the most challenging leadership challenges?
Chuck Knabusch spent twenty-eight years in various positions and functional departments including IT, Materials, Quality, Logistics, and Manufacturing Operations at La-Z-Boy Incorporated, a multi-billion-dollar manufacturing company working across numerous sites and facilities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, England and Thailand. He managed $80 million dollar manufacturing operations.
Since then, he has founded his consulting firm, 13Ten Business Solutions, LLC. He has spent decades helping business leaders and managers gain solutions for useless meetings, missed customer deadlines, stretched budgets, and lack of time for their personal life.
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