Saving the Corporate Dollar

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AuthorHouse, Oct 11, 2005 - Business & Economics - 84 pages
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Saving the Corporate Dollar looks at leadership and management and takes an aggressive stance on how to deal with out of control expenses, fiscal responsibility and the secrets to running a successful business. Saving the Corporate Dollar delves into where the hidden expenses are draining off profits and how employees “Work at not working”. This book not only helps to identify where the problems are, but how to fix them. Many times CEO’s and upper management get so involved in running a business and putting out fires on a daily basis, that they are too close to be able to see where money is being wasted. Money can be lost under layers of ubiquitous financial dunnage. This book peels back the layers of fiscal responsibility, takes a hard look at where the money is going and demonstrates how to implement Saving the Corporate Dollar.

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About the author (2005)

Consultant and entrepreneur, R. E. Manchester has owned several businesses in Connecticut, worked with government agencies and with High Tech Corporations.  Over the past twenty years she pioneered early computer cable manufacturing, followed by retail firms.

 

In the corporate environment she has worked with IPOs and Fortune 500 Companies. Her clients have included World Bank, Yale University and NASA.  She has participated in local politics and remains a consultant. 

 

She is currently involved with small business development, real estate investment, along with expanding a market of management information for business, finance and real estate.  Ms. Manchester has been a guest speaker on business ethics at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.

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