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Fleet Financials - July/August 2009

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FEATURES

AT&T Fleet Connects to the Right Solutions
Right-sizing, utilizing technology, and employing an alternative-fuel vehicle fleet, where appropriate, allows AT&T’s Fleet Operations to cost effectively manage more than 85,000 vehicles.

’Training’ the Boss: Dealing with Organizational Change
It is no longer unusual for a fleet manager to see the fleet function move from one area of the company to another, and each organizational shift brings a new boss with different priorities.

10 Ways to Elevate Your Fleet Management Skills to the Next Level
Fleet management requires a skill set that is a unique combination of technical, communications, and personal qualities and experience. Presented are specific, steps to improve those skills and advance your career.

Fiduciary Duty: ‘Dancing with the One that Brought You’
Every employee owes his or her employer a fiduciary duty, a level of responsibility and obligation to promote the company’s well-being and long-term success.

How to Get Optimum Performance from Fleet Suppliers
Whether dealing with one or several fleet suppliers, a fleet manager’s actions are directly impacted by suppliers, a fleet manager’s actions are directly impacted by supplier’s performance. Tips on how to secure the best value and service from suppliers are outlined.

DEPARTMENTS
  • Web TOC
  • Editorial
    Current economic uncertainties confirm value of professional in-house fleet management.
  • Letters
    Single Sourcing vs. Dual Soucing
  • Fleet Briefs
    General Motors’ 2010 Product Plans
  • Automotive Financials
    Average Fleet Vehicle Days to Sale
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