New Book Telling How Companies Can Save Money Has 58 Contributors

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How many people does it take to write a book full of ways for companies to save? At least 58, according the the publisher of a new book that does just that called THE BIG SQUEEZE.

Management consultant Patricia E. Moody was looking for ways to save her clients money when she came up with a big idea. Why not start a blog for executives to share ideas? She set one up and was overwhelmed with the response. Hundreds of executives from around the world posted ideas, so many good ones Moody decided to take the best of the best, cull out duplication, get authors’ permissions, and edit the material into a book. The result is called THE BIG SQUEEZE: TEN WAYS YOUR COMPANY CAN SAVE 10% OF ITS EXPENSES RIGHT NOW. There are actually many more than ten ways. Moody organized the material into ten categories or directions companies of all types and sizes can take.

David P.Steiner, Chief Executive of Waste Management Inc. said of the book, “[It’s] filled with powerful and proven approaches for companies to leverage their spend and generate cash to drive profits and growth. At Waste Management, our procurement team [used the ideas and] proved that supply management can turn around a company and return it to profitability and growth.”

THE BIG SQUEEZE has been issued in hardcover, retails for $23.95, and can be purchased at the publisher’s Website, http://www.LeanTransformation.com or on Amazon.com. The International Standard Book Number is 1-892538-45-8.

The publisher, Oaklea Press, was founded in 1995 and is also the publisher of such widely-read business books as “Lean Enterprise: How to Change Your Business into a Lean Enterprise” and “Product Development for the Lean Enterprise: Why Toyota’s System Is Four Times More Productive and How You Can Implement It.”

For more information contact:

Stephen H. Martin

Oaklea Press

Voice: 1-804-281-5685

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