Richard W. Burke
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  • Chepachet, RI
  • United States
  • FORD / LINCOLN Consumer Experience…
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Manufacturer
What company do you work for (or own)?
FORD / LINCOLN Consumer Experience Movement
What is your current position within your organization?
Coach
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http://www.xperiencecommunications.com
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http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/CarGuyMBA
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http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=72799982&locale=en_US&a...
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Network search
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Sales, Finance & Insurance Manager, Sales Manager, Pre-Owned Sales Manager, General Sales Manager, General Manager. (24 Years)

Richard W. Burke's Blog

Employee Performance - Measuring Strategic Contribution

Posted on August 8, 2010 at 1:25pm 0 Comments

The strategic contribution of individual employees can and should be measured. Why? Too often, companies invest heavily in articulating their Mission, Vision, and Values, but stop short of clarifying and clearly communicating how each employee can play a roll. A company’s employees execute that company’s Mission, Vision, and Values on a daily basis by virtue of their daily activities. Those activities are the strategy…and ultimately enable the company to realize its Mission, Vision, and…

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Framing Success - Goal/Plan/Measurement

Posted on May 16, 2010 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

The last few years have presented some incredible challenges for the automobile business and its dealers. Those that have weathered the storm are now emerging stronger. They have learned how to do more with less, have a deeper appreciation for loyalty within their customer base, and believe they might have seen the worst...and survived. So what's the plan going forward?



The plan is to capitalize on the revitalization of the industry. To win back market share, unit sales, and restore… Continue

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