Get the Playbooks
The playbooks are downloadable guides to the topics covered on Manufacturing Masters. They are designed in to be used in meetings, to facilitate discussions and to create change in your processes.
Checklist for becoming award winning
When do you need to fire a manager?
How to get the marketing and sales teams to work together
How do I give my product a dramatic and interesting story?
Sales and Marketing Playbooks
How do we find the best market?
Build your 3 part marketing strategy
Successful Trade Show and Conferences Strategies
Following up on Trade Show leads
What to do before attending a Trade Show
How to prepare when your salesperson is leaving
Steps to equip your sales team
Distribution and Logistics Playbooks
How to prepare for new distributors
How to negotiate with trucking companies
Continuous Improvement Playbooks
How do we develop a continuous improvement culture
How to run an efficient meeting
How to improve office productivity
How do we build a change team in a manufacturing business?
How to set up standardized work
You have too many experts in your factory
How to standardize complex work
How to make sure that the standardized process is being followed
How to deal with defects in standard work
Internet Marketing Playbooks
Selling high margin low volume on Amazon
How to evaluate a web-marketer for manufacturers
The different ways to sell on Amazon
How to set up a Google Business Profile
The free google tools you should be using today
Business Leadership Playbooks
Account Based Marketing for Manufacturers
Building Sales Ready Messaging
Existing Customer Potential Analysis
Health and Safety Playbooks
How to fix failing safety programs
Finance and Reporting
How do we get our accountant to contribute to the business?
What are the metrics for slowly dying business?
How do we get flexible financial solutions?
Business Planning Playbooks
Yearly plan implementation checklist
Alignment with business strategy
Design and Engineering
Instilling Discipline in Design
If there was an award for what you do, would you win it?
Blueprint for a radical brand message