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Contributer: Janne Ohtonen
Posted: 12/15/2013
Develop Process Leadership Skills for the Twenty First Century
What do well-performing leaders know about adapting their organisation’s processes swiftly and adequately, that others don’t? A new book from BPM Blogger Janne Ohtonen helps business leaders develop a culture of agility and adapt their way-of-working to a fast changing world.
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Contributer: Steven Bonacorsi
Posted: 10/01/2013
A Guide to Continuous Improvement Transformation
Review of Dr. Aartsengel & Dr. Kurtoglu’s book "A Guide to Continuous Improvement Transformation." The book focus on guiding leadership through the art of delivering continuous improvement projects both short-term and long-term.
Contributer: Steven Bonacorsi
Posted: 10/01/2013
Handbook on Continuous Improvement Transformation
Review of Handbook on Continuous Improvement Transformation - The Lean Six Sigma Framework and Systematic Methodology for Implementation, authored by Aristide van Aartsengel & Selahattin Kurtoglu.
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 02/20/2013
Practically Lean: DIY Guide to Lean for SMEs
Practically Lean is a new book published this week giving small and medium enterprises a useful boost in being able to ride out the current economic storm. This new illustrated guide, written by Lean practitioner Nigel Barnes, explains the core principles behind lean management and guides the reader along logical, jargon-free steps so they can implement their own business changes and increase their competitiveness regardless of industry sector.
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 04/13/2010
Lean and Agile Value Chain Management: A Guide to the Next Level of Improvement
By Ehap H. Sabri, Ph.D. and Salim N. Shaikh Published January 2010 by J. Ross Publishing One of the biggest challenges for companies in today’s competitive environment is to get products to customers when and where they need it, exactly the way they want it, with a competitive price and in a cost effective manner. Managing the value chain is...
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 12/22/2009
Listening to the Voice of the Market: How to Increase Market Share and Satisfy Current Customers
By R. Eric ReidenbachPublished by Productivity Press in 2009Unique in its approach, this book focuses on the voice of the market (VOM) instead of the much more limiting voice of the customer (VOC). While the VOC typically refers to what the organization’s customers say, feel, or need, the voice of the market focuses not only on the needs of its...
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 11/24/2009
The Blended Learning Playbook: Using Lean Six Sigma Methods to Improve Lean Six Sigma Training
Much like a sports playbook, The Blended Learning Playbook was developed as a practical guide toward a successful outcome—in this case, the design and implementation of a Blended Learning model for Lean Six Sigma training. In this playbook, you will find all the information you need to make the business case for Blended Learning, as well as...
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 11/19/2009
Up and Out of Poverty: The Social Marketing Solution
By Philip Kotler, Nancy R. LeePublished Jun 14, 2009 by Wharton School PublishingIn this book, legendary marketing expert Philip Kotler and social marketing innovator Nancy Lee consider poverty from a radically different and powerfully new viewpoint: that of the marketer. Kotler and Lee assess each proposed path to poverty reduction, from...
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 11/04/2009
Green Intentions: Creating a Green Value Stream to Compete and Win
By Brett Wills Published by Productivity Press in 2009 Developed by a plant manager who experienced first-hand the challenges to going green in a business environment, Green Intentions provides organizations with a simple, straightforward, and practical approach to green—the Green Value Stream (GVS) process—that is as mindful as it is profitable...
Contributer: Book Review
Posted: 11/04/2009
Value Stream Mapping for Healthcare Made Easy
By Cindy Jimmerson and Amy Jimmerson Published by Productivy Press in 2009 In no industry is the concept of quality more essential than it is in healthcare, which is why the lean quality principles learned through the example of the Toyota Production System are so applicable. Two fundamental principles of Toyota’s push for excellence are...
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