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Knowing-Doing Gap

How the Knowing-Doing Gap Impacts Profitability in the Transportation Industry

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Tim Almack, partner-in-charge of Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Transportation Services Group, will be a featured speaker at the Truckload Carriers Association’s (TCA) 2020 Conference. Taking place March 1-3 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, FL, the annual conference is the premier networking and education event in the truckload industry with more than 1,200 trucking professionals expected to attend.
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Knowing Versus Doing: Part 2: The Importance of Designing an Effective Organizational Structure

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When you contemplate the strengths of successful businesses, it is common to focus on a unique product or service offering or a creative marketing strategy that was used to gain market share. You may also think of strong leadership, those with the vision and courage to climb above the rest. However, we often forget to acknowledge the massive importance of organizational structure and design in the ongoing success and viability of a successful business.
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Trucking Along: Leveraging 2018's Momentum Into 2019

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After an impressive 2018 – a year many consider one of the most successful since deregulation – trucking industry leaders seem confident and ready to tackle whatever shifts may be in store for 2019. Katz, Sapper, & Miller’s Transportation Services Group, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, and KSM Transport Advisors hosted the 20th Annual Trucking Owners and Leaders Roundtable on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis. A full itinerary of presentations and panel discussions provided attendees with insight into what to expect in the domestic transportation space in 2019, along with information on strategies to maintain positive momentum.
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Knowing Versus Doing: Part 1: Getting the Highest ROI on Your Human Capital

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In life, as well as in business, the key difference between success and failure (or stagnation) is execution. More specifically, simply doing what you already know you need to do always improves the probability of success.
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How Large is Your Knowing-Doing Gap?

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The ability to turn your knowledge into action will have a big impact on your company's performance.
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