Principle 2 – Promises are to be kept; keep your word, tell the truth, be honest in all things (dishonesty cannot be tolerated within the company or in outside relationships, as it is ultimately destructive) There are a couple of parts to this belief: First is keeping promises. Again, a principle that seems easy enough, … Continued
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The faculty at CCU’s School of Business and Leadership are more than highly educated – they are experienced. Colorado Christian University offers multiple educational paths to a business career including the MBA graduate program as well as Business Administration, Finance, International Business and Management undergraduate degrees. As a student in CCU’s business degree programs you’ll receive personal attention from professors sharing their skills and training to challenge you to become the business leader you envision. Admissions to business undergraduate programs are not the same as CCU’s MBA admissions – so be careful you’re applying correctly when you apply!
After yesterday’s post, our company President, Bob Walker, and I were talking, and he mentioned how our style of manufacturing contributes to the stability of families, and he is absolutely correct. I had hoped to develop the “level manufacturing” discussion later in the blog, but it really does belong in any that discusses employees . … Continued
This is our first business principle, and just like many others, it seems easy enough on the surface (be fair, be nice, etc.). Well, those are good ideas, but we believe to fully live this principle, you have to look past the interests of the company and give primary focus to the employee. This may … Continued
By way of introduction, my name is Tim Cromley, and for the last 16 years, I have been blessed to work at Walker Manufacturing Company in Fort Collins, CO. My current position is Sales and Marketing Manager. Walker is an independent manufacturer of commercial grade riding lawn mowers, but more importantly, it is a company … Continued