Almost every single Canadian knows of the company called National Steel Car. Being based in the province of Ontario it has expanded to include all the provinces that make up the great country of Canada. Many generations have lived and died working for National Steel Car and turning it to the gigantic Corporation that we see today. With all of this loyalty behind it, it is no wonder that National Steel Car is over 100 years old.
The company received TTX SECO award for quality, for over a decade and recognized the growth of the company awarding it the ISO 9001:2008 certification.
To celebrate this achievement of conducting business for over 100 years, chief executive officer Greg Aziz posted a ceremony to honor the entire workforce at National Steel Car. Chief executive officers of yesteryears were brought back to the company so that they could speak on the trials of the past and the victories of the future. Gregory James Aziz used this as a platform to discuss where National Steel Car would go in the future. Gregory James Aziz’s vision was for National Steel Car to continue building on its innovation and create a modular rail car that a customer could change in accordance with their personal needs.
Everybody in the company was excited about this vision when they were also a little trepidatious. Gregory James Aziz told that the only had five years to complete this project. Before now they had achieved many great things but this would be the hardest the ever had to try. However, they were up for the challenge.
They began moving toward building the modular railcar by training the people on the skills necessary to bring about this invention. This meant many workshops and seminars were hosted in order to get the team to the level it should be.
Once the training had occurred each person was given a job description which contained the specific ways they were contributing to making sure the modular railcar was a complete success. Go Here for additional information.
Once every person had the job description they needed it was time to overhaul the processes of the company. Gregory James Aziz brought in efficiency experts who completely changed and transformed the systems inside of National Steel Car. Communication became easier and authority was delegated. This allowed for people to get answers to their questions quickly and they were aware of the person they were supposed to ask.
Gregory James Aziz would step down from National Steel Car fully believing that this great company would continue conducting its business without him.
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