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Business Transformation
Contributor: Matthew Morgan
Posted: 09/22/2016
Matthew Morgan
Metrics are a popular, and sometimes controversial, topic. Business architecture and transformation professionals can serve their organizations by thinking through the relevant issues with respect to metrics. Ultimately, effective metrics – like other parts of a business – depend on an effective process: (1) plan for measurement, (2) collect data, (3) analyze the data, and (4) report findings. Understanding that process, particularly the first step, will help transformation professionals to build executive engagement and sponsorship to advance the maturity and capability. Full Article »
Posted: 02/27/2014
Advances in computing technology are driving rapid changes in every industry from retail to manufacturing, banking and beyond. But now, even the hardware that used to keep the lights on is being transformed into software – running instead in virtual environments – and IT has no longer become the barrier to process automation that it once was Full Podcast »
Contributor: Jeff Cole
Posted: 10/05/2016
Jeff Cole
What does root beer have to do with driving successful process change?    A lot as it turns out!When I was a kid, it was always a treat to go to the local A&W Root Beer drive-in for a frosty mug along with a hot dog. A&W started in the US and Canada in the early 1900’s and was named after founding partners Roy Allen and Frank Wright.     Full Column »
Contributor: PEX Network Reports
Posted: 10/11/2016
PEX Network Reports
Flow is a key concept in achieving Operational Excellence. While there is a lot of information available on creating flow in cells, and even in the end-to-end value stream within a factory, there is one large obstacle many companies face when trying to design and achieve flow in their operation: product mix.In this white paper, Kevin Duggan, Founde Full Whitepaper »