“What Did Not Work” Video from GRAPH EXPO In-Plant War Story Panel Session

By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director

Learning from what did not work is a critical skill for any manager. And from this 3-minute video, you’ll quickly understand the lessons these in-plant managers discovered over years of trial and error. 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.

Why wait? Watch the video series now.

War Stories Wise Ideas Vidoe Series

 

About the Author:

Elisha Kasinskas is Rochester Software Associates’ (RSA) award-winning Marketing Director. She is responsible for all marketing, public relations, social media and communications, and community building for the firm. Ms. Kasinskas joined RSA in 2010. She is a Marketing veteran with over 20 years of experience in sales, product management, and marketing in leading product and service business to business and business to consumer firms, including Pinnacle (Birds Eye) Foods, Global Crossing, Windstream Communications, HSBC, and a number of regional high tech firms. She holds a Rochester Institute of Technology MBA, and a BS in Marketing from Radford University. Ms Kasinskas is a frequent moderator for industry speaking sessions. She was awarded the 2015 In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) Outstanding contributor award, is a 2015 OutputLinks Women of Distinction inductee, and has secured multiple awards from the American Marketing Association (AMA) for recent work at RSA.

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