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When to Seed, When to Harvest: The Four Quads of Innovation, Growth

02/20/2002, 4:00 PM, Wong Auditorium
Michael L. Eskew

Under Michael Eskew's direction, UPS is expanding its emphasis on developing new lines of business that complement the company's core package operations. Driving this initiative, he oversees efforts to integrate technology into UPS's physical infrastructure to create business opportunities for customers and help ensure the company's leadership position in the new age of global commerce.
In this talk, Eskew provides an overview of UPS's history, details the "scan it once" approach to package delivery, and explains UPS's dynamic partnerships with major US corporations.

Vice President Resource Development, Industrial Liaison Program

T10952, T10953

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