The one-hour webinar, March 30, 11 am. PT, will feature Ryan Taylor, founder of the CRM software BodyShop Booster and president of The AMP Bureau
Sanford, N.C.—The Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) announced that its next CIECA webinar is scheduled for Thursday, March 30, at 11 am PT: “How to Adapt to the Speed of Change in the Collision Industry … Without Getting Crushed.”
The one-hour webinar will feature Ryan Taylor, founder of the CRM software BodyShop Booster and president of The AMP Bureau. To register for the CIECAST, click here.
During the live broadcast, Taylor will share three secrets focused on how Fortune 500 companies embrace change: Upstream Thinking, How to Adapt and Ride the Technology Wave, and From Fear to Freedom: How the military uses change as rocket fuel to boost advancement.
Taylor said upstream thinking is a new way to solve some of the biggest challenges. “From staffing to supply chain issues, this problem-solving methodology is a closely-guarded secret that many of the most successful companies use,” he said.
How to Adapt and Ride the Technology Wave
Are you struggling to keep up with the fast-paced evolution of technology? Taylor will share a proven framework that can be used by the industry to adapt to the latest technological advancements and thrive in today’s digital landscape.
From Fear to Freedom: How the military uses change as rocket fuel to boost advancement
The military operates in a constantly changing and unpredictable environment. As a result, it has developed a culture that embraces change and adaptation.
“By using change as a catalyst for growth and advancement, the military has been able to stay ahead of the curve and maintain its competitive edge,” said Taylor. “This secret approach can be applied to businesses in the collision industry by fostering a culture of innovation and adaptation and embracing change to drive growth and success.”
All industry segments, including CIECA members and non-members, are invited to attend the webinar. Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A session.
Attendees can earn Automotive Management Institute (AMi) credit toward an industry-recognized professional designation and specialty degree by attending this webinar.
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