Archives for September 2006

Does Design Really Chain?

Does Design Really Chain? Caspar Hunsche Caspar Hunsche has been involved in the Supply Chain Council (SCC) for years and was the original author of HP’s Customer-Chain and Design-Chain reference models, Subsequently, these reference models were provided to the SCC. Caspar is currently working with other SCC professionals to develop a standard for New Product […]

Improving Performance; EPPI Stage 1—Targeting EPPI

Improving Performance; EPPI Stage 1—Targeting EPPI Read this comprehensive “how-to” guide for integrating BPM methodologies at the outset of the improvement process. The results will provide the first step toward producing a strategic and significant impact on ROI.

Process Innovation: P-TRIZ 7 The Trouble with People

Process Innovation: P-TRIZ 7 The Trouble with People This month Howard Smith continues his introduction of P-TRIZ by exploring some of the human relations factors that can, and frequently do, interfere with problem-solving and suggests one way to align competing stakeholders in the process.

BPM and Six Sigma: The Bigger Picture of BPM

BPM and Six Sigma: The Bigger Picture of BPM This month, David Silverstein launches a new Column focused on how BPM works in concert with a variety of methods and tools. He begins with a discussion of Six Sigma and how it can work in lockstep with BPM to generate better results than either method […]

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