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  • Local councils have to secure the 'best value' they can when they are providing services or contracting others to provide them. They have to challenge why and how a service is provided; compare services with others and consult with users and other relevant people.

  • Best Value is government policy in the United Kingdom affecting the provision of public services in England and Wales. In Wales, Best Value is known as the Wales Programme for Improvement.

  • A result intended in the acquisition of all goods and services. Price must be one of the evaluation criteria when acquiring goods and services. Other evaluation criteria may include, but are not limited to environmental considerations, quality, and vendor performance.





    delivery
  • An item or items delivered on a particular occasion

  • A regular or scheduled occasion for this

  • the event of giving birth; "she had a difficult delivery"

  • The action of delivering letters, packages, or ordered goods

  • the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail); "his reluctant delivery of bad news"

  • manner of speaking: your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally; "his manner of speaking was quite abrupt"; "her speech was barren of southernisms"; "I detected a slight accent in his speech"





    flower
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers











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CIO Best Practices: Enabling Strategic Value With Information Technology (Wiley and SAS Business Series)


CIO Best Practices: Enabling Strategic Value With Information Technology (Wiley and SAS Business Series)



Enabling Strategic Value with Information Technology Second Edition
Anyone working in information technology today feels the opportunities for creating and enabling lasting value. The CIO helps define those opportunities and turn them into realities. Now in a Second Edition, CIO Best Practices is an essential guide offering real-world practices used by CIOs and other IT specialists who have successfully mastered the blend of business and IT responsibilities. Compiled and coauthored by Joe Stenzel, the new edition presents a collection of pioneering and successful senior IT executives—including Jonathan Hujsak, Bill Flemming, Mike Hugos, Karl Schubert, and Gary Cokins—whose insights, drawn from years of practical experience, shed new light on the strategic opportunities?available for leadership structures within the IT organization.
For anyone who wants to achieve better returns on their IT investments, CIO Best Practices, Second Edition presents the leadership skills and competencies required of a CIO addressing comprehensive enterprise strategic frameworks to fully leverage IT resources.
Filled with real-world examples of CIO success stories, the Second Edition explores:
CIO leadership responsibilities and opportunities
The business impacts of both business and social networking, as well as ways the CIO can leverage the new reality of human connectivity on the Internet
The increasingly inextricable relationships between customers, employees, and their use of personal information technologies
Emerging cultural expectations and standards outside the workplace
Current CRM best practices in terms of the relationship between customer preferences and shareholder wealth
Enterprise energy utilization and sustainability practices—otherwise known as Green IT—with all the best practices collected here, in one place
Best practices for one of the Internet's newest and most revolutionary technologies: cloud computing and ways it is shaping the new economics of business
This practical resource provides best practice guidance on the key responsibilities of the CIOs and their indispensable executive leadership role in modern enterprises of all sizes and industries. It is the most definitive and important collection of best practices for achieving and exercising strategic IT leadership for CIOs, those who intend to become CIOs, and those who want to understand the strategic importance of IT for the entire enterprise.










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Bimbo Bakery Truck




Bimbo Bakery Truck





Bimbo Bakeries USA is the American corporate arm of Mexico's Grupo Bimbo. It is the largest bakery company in the United States, owning six of the top twelve fresh bread brands in the United States. The name, made up in Mexico, does not mean anything in Spanish. The pronunciation is given on packaging as "Beembo" to distinguish it from the American slang term "bimbo".

Grupo Bimbo initially entered the U.S. market with the purchase of Pacific Pride Bakeries in 1996. At the time, Pacific Pride Bakeries was the largest independent baker in the San Diego area. The current company, Bimbo Bakeries USA, was established in 1998 when Grupo Bimbo purchased Mrs. Baird's Bakeries in Texas, which at the time was the largest family owned bakery in the United States, and merged it with the former Pacific Pride Bakeries. In 2002, Grupo Bimbo made another acquisition when it purchased 5 plants in California, Texas, Colorado, and Oregon. The purchase also gave Bimbo Bakeries USA the right to such brands as Oroweat, Entenmann's, Thomas' English Bagels, and Boboli pizza kits in the western United States (the rights in the eastern USA at the time were owned by George Weston Limited).

On December 10, 2008, it was announced that Grupo Bimbo was in negotiations to purchase WFI (Weston Foods Inc.) a subsidiary of George Weston Ltd. for $2.38 billion, a purchase that would make Bimbo Bakeries USA the largest bakery company in the USA. The purchase was finalized on January 21, 2009. The acquisition added brands such as Arnold, Brownberry, Freihofer's, Stroehmann, and gave Bimbo the rights to the Weston brands in the eastern United States (it had controlled the Weston brands in the western United States since 2002). The purchase also added 22 more factories and 4,000 delivery trucks, giving Bimbo Bakeries USA 35 factories and over 7,000 sales routes in the United States, along with a footprint in all of the lower 48 states and almost US$4 billion in annual sales. The Weston Foods headquarters in Horsham, Pennsylvania (just outside Philadelphia) became the new headquarters for Bimbo's USA operations, relocating from Fort Worth, Texas, once the deal closed.

In an effort to increase their national exposure, on January 11, 2011, Bimbo announced a four year partnership agreement making them the official jersey sponsor of the Philadelphia Union, the MLS team local to their national headquarters. The Union sponsorship agreement marks the fifth professional soccer team sponsored by Bimbo; the parent company Grupo Bimbo sponsors the following four teams: Club America, C.D. Guadalajara and C.F. Monterrey of the Primera Division de Mexico teams, as well as C.D. Saprissa of Costa Rica. The deal also makes Bimbo the official bread and baked goods sponsor of both the Union and MLS. Bimbo will also become an official sponsor of MLS, opening MLS League and Club marketing assets, such as stadium signage, to them.[4] The sponsorship deal is valued at roughly US$12 million over the four year period.

On November 9, 2010, Grupo Bimbo announced that it has agreed to acquire the North American Fresh Bakery business of the Sara Lee Corporation. The transaction, which is subject to regulatory review, would combine the largest and third largest baking companies in the United States, as measured by annual sales. The deal is reported as costing US$959 Million. This acquisition will leave Bimbo Bakeries USA with 75 bakeries in 31 states, serving the entire continental United States through more than 13,000 sales routes.

The acquisition would bring approximately US$2.1 Billion in sales to Bimbo Bakeries USA, for a rough total of US$6 Billion. This would make Bimbo Bakeries USA more than twice twice as large the number two bakery company in the United States, Flowers Foods.

Sara Lee Corp. acquired its fresh baked division in 2001 with the acquisition of Earthgrains for a then industry record of US$2.8 Billion. This sale represents a 66% discount.

In an announcement made to the media by Gary Prince, President of Bimbo Bakeries, he stated, "This transaction demonstrates Grupo Bimbo's commitment and singular focus on baking.Our goal is to build a U.S. bakery business that provides the highest quality products and best value to customers and consumers."

This acquisition will bring together Sara Lee's successful Soft & Smooth line of product with other national brands such as Oroweat/Arnold.

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America's Best Value Inn




America's Best Value Inn





For decades this was a Ramada Inn (even the gas station across the street referred to itself as the "Ramada Gulf" back in the 70s & 80s... and the park behind the hotel between it and the interstate is the "Ramada Park"), and I was plenty surprised to see it had ditched its franchise and become America's Best Value Inn. I guess the recent rise of new chain hotels was too much for the venerable Ramada.









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