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KEA Advisors introduces Profit Transformation Path

Lucas Deal February 10, 2013
KEA Advisors has released its new Profit Transformation Path (PTP) program. 
 
KEA Advisors describes the program as a blueprint to successfully transition dealerships from entrepreneurial-driven businesses to professionally led enterprises.
 
“Commercial transportation dealerships are continually evolving and changing and are constantly challenged to operate in an environment of financial, operational and personnel change,” says Keith Ely, managing partner of KEA Advisors. “Our new Profit Transformation Path prepares dealership owners and their leadership teams, enabling them to successful navigate and remove many of the pains experienced with growth. How successfully dealers manage this transformation makes the difference between a high-performing enterprise and an average business.”
 
Introduced Feb. 9 at the ATD Convention & Expo in Orlando, Fla., the program is an ongoing development process that transforms leadership and overall dealership performance, the company says. During the project, KEA Advisors says it will collaborate with and advise dealer ownership and leadership teams through an eight-step organizational discovery and improvement process.
 
KEA Advisors says the process will encompass the following areas:
  • Transformation foundation
  • Customers and competitors
  • What we sell
  • Talent, tools, technology and training
  • Business processes
  • Performance management
  • Leadership
  • Culture and tradition
According to KEA Advisors, PTP develops a leadership mindset, identifies techniques to sustain exceptional performance and charts a path to attract, develop and retain the best talent.

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