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Robin Cunnigham
  • Overland Park, KS
  • United States
  • NCM Associates
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Good Failure and Bad Failure, Part II

Posted on May 21, 2015 at 7:28pm 0 Comments

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I recently wrote a blog for NCM, Up to Speed, titled: There is Good Failure and Bad Failure. That idea had been floating around in my mind for a while, and since I wrote that, I have noticed other articles in several other places essentially talking about the same concept.

I know from my many years in the retail side of the automobile business, that there is an unintentional…

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There Is Good Failure and There Is Bad Failure

Posted on April 29, 2015 at 8:11pm 2 Comments

This was originally posted on the NCM Institute Up to Speed blog.

failure and success

I think we have all heard that we can’t even fail unless we try. In every class we conduct at the NCM Institute, we begin by focusing on accountability, management, and…

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Unrealized Opportunities in the Used Vehicle Department

Posted on December 4, 2014 at 10:30am 3 Comments

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Forgive me for saying this, but from where I now stand, it is quite apparent to me that there is way more opportunity for improving profitability than most dealership managers are aware of. I certainly know looking back on my career (and I thought I was very pro-active) that there was so much more opportunity to be realized than I was able to completely grasp at the time.

Most people agree that there is more upside potential left on the table, they are just not…

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5 Tips for Creating a More Predictable Work Environment

Posted on October 16, 2014 at 2:04pm 0 Comments

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Most Monday mornings I find myself standing in NCM Institute’s beautiful training facility in Kansas City, welcoming a new class of dealership managers who come to us for formalized training specific to their job responsibilities. Even before introductions, sometimes I will ask the class some questions:

“How many of you, when you interviewed for your first job in the car business were shown a written job description and job objectives or expectations that you would…

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Developing Content To Generate Sales

Posted by Paul Potratz on February 5, 2016 at 12:34pm 1 Comment

Make sure your site is accessible and resourceful to your clients.

Many dealers aren’t taking advantage of using content as a way to generate sales. On this week’s episode of Hard Facts, Samantha is covering how you can…

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Recalls and the Connected Car: Is In-Vehicle Technology the Answer?

Posted by Chris Miller on February 5, 2016 at 7:59am 0 Comments

Today’s cars come with very sophisticated technology, including live…

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This Week in Social Media

Posted by Joseph Little on February 4, 2016 at 2:29pm 0 Comments

News for the Week of 2.4 

Snapchat Add Me…

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Know your Competition! What Independents Are Doing to Retain Customers

Posted by Mike Gorun on February 4, 2016 at 9:17am 0 Comments

There is a constant stream of advice from industry experts concerning…

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The Long Arm of Loyalty

Posted by Tom Cannata on February 4, 2016 at 9:05am 1 Comment

In the decades I’ve been in the automotive industry, I’ve rarely seen…

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