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A look back at Blue Skies' success

Chuck Pisciotta became one of the youngest partners at Andersen Consulting, now known as Accenture, at age 32. He was a partner that brought the company public. As a Fortune Global 500 company, it reported revenues of $11.4 billion, 500,000 employees and clients in 40 industries in 2019. 

Chuck spent his time focused in the manufacturing industry for 40 years, and specializing in reorganizing companies’ operations to increase profitability.

Read the full story of how he started Valence Industrial at How to Succeed in Manufacturing Over and Over Again.

This isn’t brain surgery, but it is about people

When we all saw news in the Manufacturing Best Practices like, “Industrial output came in well below expectations, one of the first real signs that the recovery is losing momentum under the weight of the ongoing health crisis and fading support from fiscal relief," during the early fall, everyone got edgy.

See an in-depth article on why Pisciotta chose to invest during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.


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