“Your Moral Compass and Resolving Misunderstandings in Business”

We know that money drives the economic engine of any company, organization, or agency. Maintaining the agreed-to cash flow to vendors and suppliers is critical to the incoming flow of material and manpower. When money or scheduling issues come up, reconcile and resolve as soon as possible. Do not allow misunderstandings to fester. It can only get worse. So: Reconcile money issues, reconcile personnel issues, and reconcile misunderstandings about deliverables When budgetary issues require adjustments of any kind, prompt advanced notifications are always preferred and appreciated by everyone. Also, letting a potential customer know of cost-saving options is a great way to instill confidence in your company. Making a potential customer aware of underperforming (often cheap) or high performance (often expensive) products that are on the market will help customers and potential customers know what expectations can be achieved. This advice before the sale is another way to instill confidence in your company. ABEL Building Systems routinely meets to discuss details and what customers’ expectations are. This process builds a bond that helps carry over a feeling of confidence into the review process. ABEL Building Systems wants to meet the specification and reveal itself to be the best solution for the customer’s application. It’s amazing how personnel decisions can affect sales and service. Personal courtesy can build business or drive it away. Do:        Letting the customer decision makers know about complete system progress and performance operations. Deliver what is promised, when it’s promised Interpreting the specification packages and thrift cost if possible while maintaining full compliance. Keep on schedule. If issues arise, alert promptly for countermeasure(s). Document all changes...