David Todd was our Forum speaker today.  He entertained the questions:

How do you know if you are Competitive?

How do you measure Cost/Delivery/Quality?

How do you measure future Demand?

Mp3 can be heard soon of David’s presentation today.

From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.”  from The Book


In studying about cities and their mushrooming importance in the grand scheme of things, we have made some discoveries.   It is obvious that populations all around the world are migrating toward the nearest larger city.  The reasons are varied.  Some would include availability of jobs, quality infrastructure, retail goods in abundance, networking at every level, services, a greater sense of identity and ownership as opposed to the national structure.

The ability of the business world to flourish is dependent in large measure on the quality of transportation available.  All cities are propped up by the healthy growth of their personal economies.  These entrepreneurial and corporate successes rely on the smooth sailing through the corridors of transportation options.  Having said that, what makes for a Hub city, a Mega city or a Gateway City and who are we in the Tulsa area?  And what does this have to do with the price of eggs anyway!  more to come






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