October 10, 2023
Manufacturers Resource Center
In today’s increasingly decentralized, networked, globalized, time-challenged businesses, leaders and managers must continually improve the level of their game. This means they must be able to:
At completing this interactive, simulation, participants are able to think like business owners. Instead of viewing resources and decisions as unrelated and “beyond my control,” they understand and manage business drivers in a new way—one that promotes effective decision-making and develops a true competitive edge. This simulation was designed by experts to help people rise to a higher perspective and understand enterprise business drivers from a broader, more comprehensive viewpoint.
Presidents, CEOs, Vice Presidents, Directors, Operation Managers, CFOs or Accountants, General, Plant or other Managers. This is the higher C-Level at which business owners operate, and leaders and managers become most effective. Interplay is one of the few experiential learning solutions that gives professionals the crucial perspective they need to rise to a “business owner” level.
Contact Nicole Pierce at (484) 655-4873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Irv Stern | Partner, Advantage Performance Group
Irv brings over 30 years of consulting and facilitation experience with clients across a broad range of industries. A seasoned business and financial literacy specialist, he also helps organizations improve business results in the areas of sales effectiveness, strategy execution, organizational change, and performance management. His global experience includes work in Asia, the Middle East, South America, and throughout Europe.
His expertise involves giving executives and functional managers the tools and understanding they need to make better business decisions that help their companies grow revenues, improve productivity and efficiencies, and increase shareholder value. He accomplishes this by helping people understand why and how what they do matters, and aiding them in developing the perspective and skills they need to improve performance.
Irv holds a B.S. degree in Finance from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA in Organizational Behavior, Economics, and Marketing from The Kellogg Graduate School of Management of Northwestern University.
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MRC provides far more than certifications and funding assistance. We offer job creators access to specialized coaching, mentorship and a variety of business and marketing assistance normally outside the reach of most manufacturers.
No matter what’s happening with your business, MRC has probably seen it. We know the problems that keep CEOs up at night, and we know how to help solve them. Our staff has more than 100 years of combined experience working side-by-side with business owners to evaluate, strategize, discover and implement solutions that address both strategic growth needs and organizational transformation.
MRC breaks down the barriers that prohibit manufacturers from realizing their full potential. Our proven tactics and methods can help nearly any company at nearly any stage of its evolution. Whatever the hurdle – going green, becoming lean, entering new markets, rebranding the company – MRC can help you clear it.
Developing Future Workforce with programs like: What’s So Cool About Manufacturing®, PA Dream Team, the Inside Manufacturing Series, and Manufacturing Day.
Through our partnerships, we are able to bring the horsepower of the best-in-breed experts to you. Imagine having access to the second-largest technology institute in the world, a corps of ex-Toyota executives trained under the best Lean practitioners in the world or world-renowned business strategy groups. MRC makes it possible.
For over 30 years, Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) has helped small and mid-sized manufacturers become more competitive, adopt lean and agile processes, strategically grow their companies and invest more effectively in their existing human capital.