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Working with the overtime dilemma

Jan 1, 2004 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President of Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Working with the overtime dilemma

The 6 core issues of the next 5 years

Dec 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates | info@gorelickandassociates.com

The 6 core issues of the next 5 years for graphic-arts companies

Differentiating from the bottom up

Nov 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Dick Gorelick's column explains the importance of differentiating your print company from the competition, by defining and adopting a clear strategy to give customers what they want.

Ways to increase print

Oct 1, 2003 12:00 AM, AP staff

Banta Corp. has released information for marketers targeting specific audiences through print media

Adventures of a graphic-arts consultant, pt. 2

Oct 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates, and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Dick Gorelick shares his experiences as a graphic-arts consultant

The case for computer-assisted scheduling

Oct 1, 2003 12:00 AM, AP staff

A Q&A with Donald H. Goldman, principal of Consult-Ware and senior project manager of Prism-USA, focusing on computer-assisted scheduling challenges.

The shocking truth about scheduling

Oct 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Katherine O'Brien, Editor | kobrien@primediabusiness.com

Manage your print company's scheduling to maximize your company's performance level

Fast and accurate pharmaceutical folding

Sep 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by AP staff | APeditor@primediabusiness.com

Bindgraphcs provides fast and accurate pharmaceutical folding

RFID and bar codes may co-exist for now

Sep 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Nsenga Byrd Thompson, Staff editor, PFFC magazine | nthompson@primediabusiness.com

From inventory management to security applications, radio frequency identification (RFID) is a hot topic. According to RFID.org, an RFID system comprises a reader, its associated antenna and the transponders (tags/RFID cards) that carry the data. One of the key differences between a bar code and an RFID tag is that you don't have to physically see a tag to read it a wireless reading device can automatically

Adventures of a graphic-arts consultant

Sep 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Adventures of a graphic-arts consultant

Building better binderies through benchmarking

Aug 15, 2003 12:00 AM, by Robert Diehl and Peter Doyle, Contributing editors | APeditor@primediabusiness.com

This article is excerpted from the book, "Benchmarking the Bindery." To order, contact NAPL at (800) 642-6275, option 3. Many companies have a wealth of data but seldom share it with the people producing its products. Benchmarking provides a means for an organization to identify, gather and share its accumulated information. When properly applied, benchmarking leads to continual process improvement.

Printing is to health care as

Aug 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President of Gorelick & Associates, and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Gorelick compares the printing industry to health care; in both, communication is crucial

Nine ideas for saving paper money

Aug 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Cynthia Valentino, NAPL staff editor | cvalentino@napl.org

NAPL's Cynthia Valentino offers nine strategies for cost-effective paper buying strategies

Quality-control DOs and DON'Ts

Jul 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by GATF technical staff | APeditor@primediabusiness.com

Quality-control DOs and DON'Ts

7 suggestions on hiring new employees

Jul 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by M. Richard Vinocur, President, Footprint Communications | mrvinocur@aol.com

Vinocur's column gives 7 suggestions on hiring new employees

What do your meetings say about you?

Jul 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Virtually every graphic-arts company has at least one formal production meeting a day. The similarity ends there. Through the years, I've attended hundreds of production meetings as an observer. These meetings reveal a great deal about an organization's culture, management, customer orientation and internal communications. Yet, despite all the emphasis in recent years on process improvement and treating

Seven tips for highly effective surveys

Jun 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick, President, Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

Seven tips for highly effective surveys: Dick Gorelick offers advice to print business leaders on conducting surveys, including encouraging customer feedback, allow space for comments and distribute widely.

A Basic Guide to Variable Data Printing

May 23, 2003 12:00 AM,

Special advertising section from Heidelberg Click here to download the report: A Basic Guide to Variable Data Printing.

Is the club limited to hunters and farmers?

May 1, 2003 12:00 AM, By Dick Gorelick President, Gorelick & Associates and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

One of the generally accepted principles of sales management is that most salespeople tend to be either or Hunters are categorized as salespeople who welcome and actually enjoy the thrill of identifying and selling new accounts, which is an activity that can be characterized by personal rejection. Those who have never sold for a living tend to believe that all salespeople should be hunters keep knocking

An explanation of my business philosophy

Apr 1, 2003 12:00 AM, by Dick Gorelick President, Gorelick & Associates, and GASF | info@gorelickandassociates.com

I have spent more than 40 years in the printing and publishing industries, and am in my 20th year of consulting, writing and training. For 20 years, I have stressed the critical nature of a differentiated strategy, without which business planning and management skills lack meaning. And during the past 20 years, my ideas and counsel have been called everything from iconoclastic and off-the-wall to