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  • A Business Disaster Plan Is Risk Management 101

    A Business Disaster Plan Is Risk Management 101

    Is your business ready for a disaster? The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey impacted many, including businesses, which in some cases will take years to remedy. The three-dozen, out-of-control wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest also are having a widespread impact.

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  • Make a Strong Process Culture Your Competitive Advantage

    Make a Strong Process Culture Your Competitive Advantage

    In the new world of work, when job seekers look for new opportunities, they evaluate company culture as much as they do an organization’s stability and compensation policy.

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  • Tame the Anarchy of Innovation with a Process-Driven Culture

    Tame the Anarchy of Innovation with a Process-Driven Culture

    Almost universally, innovation is regarded as a positive force. In fact, in today’s fast-paced business environment, it’s often considered essential for business survival.

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  • How to Involve Employees in Process Improvements

    How to Involve Employees in Process Improvements

    Is it a struggle to get your staff involved in process improvement initiatives?  If so, you’re not alone. Businesses in virtually every industry wrestle with how to engage teams in efforts to improve business processes. Even once they do get employees involved, it’s often a challenge to sustain the momentum.

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  • How to Maximize Your Return on Technology Investment

    How to Maximize Your Return on Technology Investment

    You don’t have to look hard to find tales of failed implementations and technology investments that have generated nowhere near their expected level of ROI and business value.

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  • Translating Lean Thinking Into Lean Performance

    Translating Lean Thinking Into Lean Performance

    Organizations seeking to reduce the use of resources, eliminate waste, work smarter and improve efficiency have increasingly turned to lean techniques.  Lean teams in particular enjoy the flexibility and creativity to develop new, smarter ways of doing things.

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  • Why It Pays to Focus on Process

    Why It Pays to Focus on Process

    For decades, business surveys and management textbooks identified strategy execution as one of the top challenges facing CEOs.  The problem isn't the quality of management strategies: It is the difficulty carrying them out. Beautiful ideas don't make a customer happy.

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  • Making the Business Case for a Process Improvement Culture

    Making the Business Case for a Process Improvement Culture

    Long term success — and in some cases, survival — of many organizations relies on ongoing business process improvement efforts. When managed well, process improvements can fuel efficiency, engagement, profitability, innovation and growth.

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  • Make 2017 the Year You Master Process Management

    Make 2017 the Year You Master Process Management

    2016 can safely be described as a year of disruption. The Brexit vote and the U.S. election resulted in volatility in stock markets around the world. Sharp rises and falls in stocks and commodities have become routine.

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  • Standardized Processes: Great in Theory, Not in Practice

    Standardized Processes: Great in Theory, Not in Practice

    The challenges of operating and growing a business are becoming increasingly complex for businesses of every size.

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  • Leadership Traits that Stop Innovation in Its Tracks

    Leadership Traits that Stop Innovation in Its Tracks

    The pace of digital disruption is increasing by the day. And as the saying goes, change is the only constant.  Digital disruption challenges business models, alters workplaces and brings career paths into question. To survive in this new normal world, organizations must constantly innovate.

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  • How to Create Processes that Hold Up Under Pressure

    How to Create Processes that Hold Up Under Pressure

    With the Olympics in Rio, baseball nearing the playoffs and football underway, I’ve been thinking, “What is it that separates high performers and world champions from everyone else?”  Regardless of the sport, when you think about winning teams or individuals you know they didn’t just cruise to victory.

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  • Take an Agile Approach to Process Improvement

    Take an Agile Approach to Process Improvement

    Being agile means you’re flexible, you're fast and you're adaptable.  Agility is a necessity in the fast-moving world of software development, where the approach keeps you nimble enough to keep on innovating — which is what software should be all about. But agility doesn’t apply only to software development.

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  • See the World Through Your Customers' Eyes

    See the World Through Your Customers' Eyes

    "Go see, ask why, show respect." The words of Toyota chairman Fujio Cho have become renowned as the basic lean principles on which to build and run a business.

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