Supporting the Lean Value Stream with Technology Solutions

In today’s manufacturing environment, suppliers and manufacturers alike need to be highly selective when choosing an enterprise resource planning vendor to support their product-specific Lean value-streams. Technology is a key element in the success of Lean manufacturing, and should be selected with an eye to the entire value-stream. Infor examines all elements of a Lean value-stream in this must-read white paper.
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TEC 2014 HCM Buyer’s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises

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How do you treat humans as capital? The concept of human capital depends on its two parts: what we understand by "human" and what defines something as "capital." The supporting technology then is a shape-giving agent to what human capital management (HCM) or human resources (HR) departments can become.

This buyer’s guide examines high-level features offered by HCM technology vendors. In addition, the guide looks at what to consider when deciding between full suite and best-of-breed software solutions and explores new niche-oriented technologies. You'll also find articles on contemporary leadership models, talent management versus workforce management, and the role of enterprise learning in a company’s growth.

TEC 2014 HCM Buyer’s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises

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How do you treat humans as capital? The concept of human capital depends on its two parts: what we understand by "human" and what defines something as "capital." The supporting technology then is a shape-giving agent to what human capital management (HCM) or human resources (HR) departments can become.

This buyer’s guide examines high-level features offered by HCM technology vendors. In addition, the guide looks at what to consider when deciding between full suite and best-of-breed software solutions and explores new niche-oriented technologies. You'll also find articles on contemporary leadership models, talent management versus workforce management, and the role of enterprise learning in a company’s growth.

TEC 2014 HCM Buyer’s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises

  • Source:
How do you treat humans as capital? The concept of human capital depends on its two parts: what we understand by "human" and what defines something as "capital." The supporting technology then is a shape-giving agent to what human capital management (HCM) or human resources (HR) departments can become.

This buyer’s guide examines high-level features offered by HCM technology vendors. In addition, the guide looks at what to consider when deciding between full suite and best-of-breed software solutions and explores new niche-oriented technologies. You'll also find articles on contemporary leadership models, talent management versus workforce management, and the role of enterprise learning in a company’s growth.

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