James J Boyle

James J Boyle - After interviewing a Mid-Cap service...

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After interviewing a Mid-Cap service company James J. Boyle, I came to the conclusion that Boyle has a unique business culture. There are many aspects and approaches Boyle takes and instills within their operations that have a huge effect on what distinguishes their practice from large booming companies. These aspects range from how Boyle takes risks and their natural approach to risk, how they value precise work from employees, how they utilize team work, how they maintain a status quo as a service provider to global clients, how competitive Boyle is in comparison to competition, and most importantly, how James J Boyle uses their cultural values as a way to maintain consistency moving forward as a rich family-oriented company. (NO Thesis) Index (Weak) 1-------X--- --------- --------- --------- --------- -------- -5 (Strong) James J Boyle as a risk taker After Interviewing Edward Inouye, Chief Executive Officer of JJB, I came to the conclusion that he had a strong position as to how his company is not a risk taker. After stating his firm position to risk, Edward then referred back to his company's "Asian Background". The co-founder of James J. Boyle, Terry Hatada, a Japanese businessman brought about a lot of influence in what James J. Boyle stands for today and it still has a strong influence in Mr. Inouye. "Boyle does it's job as best it can", Edward stated. He believes that many competitors strive on quantity rather than quality and that's where Boyle has a market share, in quality. Though James J. Boyle
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