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The end result was an inspirational lesson for both adults and kids alike that they would not soon forget.
The End Result, a leading corporate development and training firm, today announced the availability of three new corporate training tools to help supervisors develop leadership skills to better manage the growing number of younger workers in corporate America.
In addition to standing behind the people it recommends, the End Result also stands by its clients.
The end result is that the Weyerhaeuser-Willamette combination is traveling a much rougher road than the Mead-Westvaco pairing.
Other anticipated end results from outsourcing projects include increased return on investment, better products and reduced costs, as well as improved customer service and share, and higher shareholder value.
Smith stressed that the key principle was to focus on the process of the sport rather than on the end result (winning).
The end result is not a performance," says Denise Bolstad, administrative director.
And that end result is very impressive in terms of sharing.
Commenting on the year end results, Henry Fong, chairman and president of RMI indicated that while 1991 was a record year, 1992 would see another significant record setting increase.
Bema will host a conference call to discuss the 2005 year end results on Thursday, March 23, 2006 at 2:00 pm PDT/5:00 EDT.
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