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Author and Expert on 'Black Holes in Organizations' to Speak at Montreal Symposium

Talk to focus on importance of identifying and eradicating debilitating and destructive forces that plague organizations

May 29, 2007-- For Immediate Release

RICHMOND HILL, ON, May 29, 2007 - Ron Lutka, author of Black Holes in Organizations, the book that investigates the internal destruction of organizations, will speak at the InterDoc Symposium held in Montreal on June 5, 2007 at the Mount Stephen Club. Lutka will discuss the importance of identifying and eradicating debilitating and destructive forces that plague organizations, as outlined in his just released book Black Holes in Organizations.

Having delved deep into organizations, Lutka acquired practical knowledge and real-life observations on how black holes (destructive forces) affect employees and destroy organizations from within. He has developed techniques and tools to help organizations identify and eradicate them.

"The indifference to simple yet essential basic activities allows an accumulation of failures to occur. This harmful condition perpetuates, largely unnoticed by management. Eventually, if allowed to accumulate in volume, the damage will manifest itself on management reports, financial reports, operations and elsewhere-impairing management's goals and aspirations, and bankrupting organizations," Lutka said.

Black holes impede organizations from functioning as management intended; however, these harmful activities can be identified and eradicated by analyzing organizations at the atomic level, well below business processes, down at the level of simple actions or activities. "To eradicate destructive black holes, one must identify and then repair failed actions or activities. Black Holes in Organizations, the subject of Lutka's presentation, at the InterDoc Symposium, discloses how to identify and repair these actions and activities and eradicate black holes.

To register for InterDoc, call Marie-Anne Grondin at 514-849-7338 or email magrondin@interdoc.com.

InterDoc Symposium, hosted by InterDoc Corporation in Montreal, QuÉbec, will introduce delegates to the latest Enterprise Content Management (ECM) innovations that will improve the level of performance of organization. Enterprise content management represents a key element to consider if organizations want to benefit from a competitive advantage, improve customer services, and support efficiently business processes as well as future technologies. www.interdoc.com/symposium/symposium

About the Author/Speaker
Ron Lutka CMA, ACIS, P.ADM., CorpS is the author of Black Holes in Organizations and founder and President of Corporate Streamlining Company Inc., specializing in identifying and eradicating black hole-creating items. He is also the developer of Corporate Streamlining Technology®, facilitator of the in-house Corporate Streamlining Technology course, and is a certified Corporate Streamliner.

Articles on Black Holes in Organizations written by Lutka have been published in Canadian Treasurer, the magazine of the Treasury Management Association of Canada, and CMA Management, the magazine of the Society of Management Accountants.

Book Specifics
Black Holes in Organizations
Business & Economics / General
Trade Paperback
Publication Date: May-2007
Price: $19.95 CDN
Size: 6 x 9
Author: Ron Lutka
ISBN: 0-595-42536-4
180 Pages

To order:
Available from publisher iUniverse, Inc.: 1-800-AUTHORS or www.iuniverse.com. Also available from Ingram Book Group, Baker & Taylor, Amazon, Chapters and other online booksellers. Or visit www.blackholebook to order, or read the executive summary.

Media Contact:
Ron Lutka, President
Corporate Streamlining Company Inc.
146 West Beaver Creek Road, Unit 2
Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1C2

Full media kit and promotional copy of book available upon request.


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