Monthly Archives: August 2010

Case Study: Business Process Analysis

As the contracted project manager at a client site, I was asked to put together a team of individuals to collectively analyze the current business processes in the operation in each of their facilities. The first of three steps in … Continue reading

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Getting to the Truth about Poor Business Processes Will Set You (and your Business) Free

While at a client recently, we began the process of a manufacturing process remediation. The driving factor behind our involvement was a poorly implemented software solution that was not able to diversify between the unique process requirements of each of … Continue reading

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Conflict: Motivator or Distraction to Business Operations?

Conflict is defined as, “actual or perceived opposition of needs, values and interests”. The question here   is conflict good for your business? If it results in change that improves the business operations then yes it is. Too many companies try … Continue reading

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