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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tony Jacowski 
 
 Article Title :: 4 Steps To Understanding Six Sigma Redundancy Analysis
 
Innovation and growth are the only ways to company survival and prosperity. Consistently meeting and exceeding customer expectations requires intensive efforts at minimizing process variation aided by creative thinking. One must remember that creative thinking involves risk of failures as all methods of experimentation call for freedom from the accepted way of doing things.Reverse Engineering To Identify Redundancy RootsThe very same Six Sigma implementation techniques that are so successful also have the potential to lead to redundancy. The normal tendency of a novice in six sigma implementation will be to apply Six Sigma principles to anything and everything to reduce vari  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brenda Townsend Hall - 
 
 Article Title :: Choosing A Timetabling Software
 
Recently, I was asked for information about timetabling software. I don't feel I can recommend a particular product as each school will have different requirements, but I thought it would be worth discussing some of the issues involved in choosing software appropriate to your needs. I think the first consideration is ease of use for those who need to operate the system. The onscreen information should be user-friendly with clear instructions. You also need something that is easy to correct. If you select the wrong action, is it easy to stop and amend it? If several people will be using it, are there safeguards to lock key decisions that you do want to have changed?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: LM Foong 
 
 Article Title :: TQM Implementation Project Part 5b – A Case Study on Problem in Implementing Improvement Project
 
This TQM article, is a continuation from Part 5a published on [June 01, 2006 08:10:51 pm]. I will share about problem or difficulties faced by the team when they use the tools in the IMPROVE PHASE. Let’s see how we can handle problem or difficulties with Control lot and testing and Pilot the action / solution tools in the D.A.I.C. methodology for Improvement.Just to recap, tools used in the IMPROVE Phase are listed below. In this article, I will cover the tools in bold:Brainstorming of action / solution | Selection Grid | Benchmarking | Cost-Benefit Analysis| Control lot and testing | Pilot the action / solution | Force-Field Analysis |   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: Why Does Project Management Fail?
 
"It must be remembered that project management is first and foremost a philosophy of management, not an elaborate set of tools and techniques. It will only be as effective as the people who use it." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONI often run into companies who ask the simple question, "Why can't we get our act together? Why does Project Management routinely fail in our company?" I do not believe a company's overall problems in Project Management can be attributed to a specific tool or technique (although some certainly do not help matters). Instead, I believe it is based on how important a company considers Project Management to be. If they believe i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: Project Management System Evaluation Checklist
 
"An elegant solution to the wrong problem solves nothing." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONCommercial Project Management systems (PM) have been available since the early 1970's. As PC's proliferated in the workplace, so did PM software, which also brought an ease-of-use element to project management. A multitude of PM products are now available on the market, some expensive, and some very reasonably priced. However, to say all PM packages were created equally would be a gross exaggeration. Each has a specific niche they address in project management or target a specific industry.As I described in my article, "Why Does Project Management Fail?",   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: A Tale of Two Projects
 
"Beware of your 'firefighters,' they are probably your chief arsonists." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONThe following is a true story; a vintage "Dilbertism." Because of this, the names have been changed to protect the innocent (as well as the guilty). Interestingly, I do not believe this story to be unique and similar stories can be found in countless IT shops around the world.Our story begins just a couple of years ago in a large manufacturing company in the American mid-west. At the time, the company was interested in replacing two aging, yet important, systems; an Accounts Payable System ("AP") and an Accounts Receivable System ("AR"). The IT Dire  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Sharpe 
 
 Article Title :: Trade Up or Trade Down for Business Success
 
In an age of mass differentiation and low cost chic, there has never being a worse time to be stuck in the middle. Consumers are abandoning mid-range products in their droves, often opting for cheaper alternatives and saving up to buy the occasional luxury. At one end of the scale thrifty customers are cutting costs by buying supermarket own brand goods, whilst at the other end easy access to credit makes it possible to trade up to a BMW rather than settle for a Ford Mondeo. The Low Cost Revolution Throughout numerous consumer sectors, there are companies specialising in low cost goods and services. Everything from food to flights and cars to clothes can be b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: LM Foong 
 
 Article Title :: Measure TQM Success - Baldrige Assessment Case Study for Category 4 Information and Analysis
 
In my previous article entitled: Market and Customer focus - Baldrige Assessment Case Studies for Category 3, I shared about common assessment findings of several companies being assessed by a group of trained and experienced assessors. In this article, I will provide similar findings but on Information and Analysis, of the Baldrige Criteria. It is provided in the form of case studies which include Criteria summary as described in year 2001 Baldrige Criteria, assessment findings in terms of Strengths and Area for Improvements.There are seven categories in the Baldrige Criteria. In this article, I will deal with the bold categories listed below:-Leadership | Strat  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tony Jacowski 
 
 Article Title :: Assessing Team and Employee Satisfaction Through Six Sigma
 
In today’s fast paced and competitive marketplace, businesses who are aiming for their greatest successes consider it vital to rethink their entire functioning strategies in order to maximize the potential of those successes. Among this rethinking process is the effort to satisfy employees. Naturally, employee satisfaction cannot be ensured unless it is first measured and understood. By understanding employee satisfaction, your business has a much better chance for delivering positive customer experiences, developing and producing innovative products and services, and, of course, achieving a better bottom line.As many businesses are currently using Six Sigma strategies to measu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tony Jacowski 
 
 Article Title :: The Six Sigma Mis-Implementation: How to Know if You're a Victim, Before It's Too Late!
 
Though the benefits of implementing the Six Sigma strategy to a business’s processes can lead to far greater successes that could ever have been achieved without it. However, this is only the case when the implementation of Six Sigma has been done properly. Unfortunately, this is not always what happens. Mis-implementing Six Sigma can be extremely damaging to a business.Because Six Sigma often leads to an entire overhaul of every single process and function within a business, its implementation impacts all levels and employees. When done properly, this means that every employee and process will be used to its fullest potential, creating the highest level of quality, and leadin  (read full article)
 
 
 
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