"Many leaders don’t know how to lead. They fail to manage through engagement and don’t leverage the collective knowledge and power of the entire organization.
Ft. Wayne, IN (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Manufacturing consultant, Lowell Puls, believes that a single quality can transform a good leader into a successful one: simplicity.
“Many leaders don’t know how to lead,” Puls said. “They fail to manage through engagement and don’t leverage the collective knowledge and power of the entire organization.”
Puls’ new book, “KISS: Keep it Simple and Sustainable”, is a step-by-step guide that leaders can use to build simplicity into their management approach. It also outlines Lean Enterprise leadership methods that contribute to sustainable business success.
With almost 40 years of leadership experience in the manufacturing field, Puls has witnessed firsthand why some organizations fail and others succeed. These invaluable experiences are woven into the book to assist anyone attempting to manage cultural change in a manufacturing organization or business entity.
“If you believe in what you want to accomplish, set lofty goals, and show the team how they can get there, you’ll just need to stand back,” Puls said.
“KISS: Keep it Simple and Sustainable”
Lean Leadership Methods that Build Sustainment By Lowell J. Pulls
Retail price: $27.95
Available at: authorhouse.com
About the Author
Lowell J. Puls’ manufacturing career has taken him from the shop floor to leading more than $300 million in global operations. His customer and employee-focused style has contributed to the revenue growth of many companies, while at the same time delivering millions in profit improvement. He holds an MBA from Loyola University and is an executive development graduate for a Fortune 500 company. Puls lives in Auburn, Ind.