Expedite

ex·pe·dite/ˈekspəˌdīt/Learn to pronounceverb

  1. make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.”he promised to expedite economic reforms.”

This theme is a common one in many manufacturing industries; we need to pull-in material to clear shortages; the RnD team needs their supply urgently to prepare a test; we need special handling for a special customer on the particulars of an order.

That’s the nature of the business sometimes; boot-strapping, hustling to catch up, make up time, pull-in; all right now; I wonder when we’ll be able to shift mentalities and practices to improve efficiencies and reduce the expedites needed.

Wishful thinking, perhaps, but we need to work to that end, to grow the business in a sustainable way. That’s the trick, I guess; doing both at the same time.

Onward.

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