Affordability Integrating Value, Customer, and Cost for Continuous Improvement Continuous Improvement Series
Auteur : Odomirok, Sr. Paul Walter
Affordability is a new concept that allows the implementation of Continuous Improvement for any organization. It encapsulates contemporary methods that improve product and service profitability, increases market share, value, speed, quality and capability, and cuts down on cost. This new method addresses the needs of growing, improving, and sustaining an organization. It provides a framework and foundation for launching improvement initiatives, deploying continuous improvement, and maintaining the cultural habits and behaviors required to continue such efforts. Case studies from a variety of industries, businesses, and institutions are provided.
- Affordability – It’s not what we always thought it was. 2. Customers – Who really comes first? 3. Value and Cost – The role of Purpose and Worth 4. Faster – Speed and Velocity 5. Better – Quality and Capability 6. Leadership – By any other name, is not Management 7. Change and Transformation 8. Creativity and Innovation – From fragments of thought to prosperity 9. People – The Human Factor 10. Process – Work Work Work 11. Performance – What’s the Score? Are we winning or losing? 12. How To 13. The Affordability Challenge
Date de parution : 12-2016
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