So how did those obsolete parts get onto your shelves? Surely, you didn’t put them there on purpose.
Nick Latino shares the tools that helped him cruise to success in his career.
So. You’ve awakened to the fact that you have an obsolete parts problem. It’s pushing your expenses up, your productivity and profit down, and driving your best techs away.
NADA is the force that unites new-car dealerships against the obstacles they couldn’t overcome individually.
For the next few minutes, let’s think of the obsolete parts on your shelves as if they are the first domino in a series within your dealership.
No one can achieve their most challenging goals without help. We all need support and assistance from our managers, peers and our team of employees to ensure our success.
I get asked every week by NADA Academy Students, “If tracking lost sales is so important, why do our parts department managers brush it off like it’s no big deal?” Well there could be many reasons.
U.S. light-vehicle sales fell by 3.0% compared to this time last year. Many segments posted declines or were flat, although the popular pickup and crossover segments gained market share relative to January 2018.
The NADA Foundation recently launched a new Workforce Initiative designed to promote technician careers among target demographics across the country.
How NADA’s education and training programs are responding to dealers’ needs, preparing the next generation of leaders