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Why You Need Change Agents

published on August 5, 2011

Last week we began the discussion on change agents and I’d like to keep the conversation going. As important as identifying change agents is, it is also important to understand what they bring to your organization.  So here’s what they …

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Is Six Sigma a Proactive or Reactive Change?

published on July 22, 2011

As Six Sigma is a quality management tool many professionals have a staunch opinion that Six Sigma is a reactionary tool thereby limiting its effectiveness.  Thinking about this begs the question is it proactive or reactionary? To get to the …

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Supply Chain Demystified

published on July 15, 2011

Supply Chain is a big part of any operational strategy and yet it is arguably the most mismanaged area within companies. I was contacted by Michael Koplov of Software Advice and he shared with me a very good and balanced …

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When It Isn’t Value

published on July 8, 2011

Six Sigma speaks frequently of eliminating non- value activities and in the last post, I talked about how you can define value in your organization. For this post I want to continue the value discussion and talk about how you …

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How Do You Find Value?

published on July 1, 2011

In Six Sigma and change methodology there is a lot of emphasis on creating and sustaining value. This seems straight forward until you try to implement value and then you find yourself asking “What is value”?   It seems like such …

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