Palmer 's Concrete Limited Liability Company

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Palmer’s Concrete Limited Liability Company Palmer’s Concrete is an independent owned limited liability corporation that uses concrete to build sidewalk curves, and lay foundations for any edaphic. Palmer’s Concrete Limited Liability Company is based in the historical city of Pensacola, Florida and is located in the historical Brownsville area. The overall mission of Palmer’s Concrete is to form a foundation professionally for the moral structure of the individual, the businesses, and secure an affiliate friendship with other local business with similar administrations (Floyd Palmer, personal communication, November 15, 2015). Floyd recalls that his family has always been a philanthropist, and C.E.O’s of their own businesses. Floyd…show more content…
Plus, there is a base for the company, but no exact establishment of a business office because other than Floyd no one knows how to negotiate construction contracts effectively. The information gathered for this individual learning project is from an interview with Floyd Palmer, owner, third generation philanthropist, and C.E.O of Palmer’s Concrete Limited Liability Corporation.
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunity, Threats A qualitative analysis (QA), on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats (SWOT), critical success factors (CSF) of the corporation and the overall mission of its success. One of Palmer’s Concrete strengths at the beginning of its conception is experience.
According to Floyd Palmer, (personal communication, November 15, 2015), experience is the founding strength to Palmer’s concrete as Floyd himself has a combined thirty years. Total Quality Management is important for Palmer’s concrete, therefore as C.E.O focusing on the customer, having a strategic approach to improvement, and encourage mutual respect, plus teamwork is all important (Blocher, Stout, Juras, & Cokins (2013). Other strengths of Palmer’s concrete are being family owned, traditional inventory, and the business location in an historical district, but like most corporations, there are times when the economy is nondiscriminatory.
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