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Advanced Front Office Lean with Business Modeler Software
When part of an enterprise software environment, business modeler software can reduce training costs, prevent errors, and minimize non-value added work. And if

managerial economics  people in administrative and managerial roles may ask each other, their managers, or even the people who work for them, how do we open a purchase order? or what is our process for an engineering change order? Conversations like this may take 10 to 15 minutes, and might happen dozens or even hundreds of times a day, depending on the organization. Various people in the organization may have been trained to undertake these processes in a variety of ways, and employees may wind up discussing the relative Read More

Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Thinking Radically: Interview with Gary Cokins
One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to speak with great people. In this installment of Thinking Radically, I speak with Gary Cokins,

managerial economics  the integration of these managerial methodologies and their seasoning with all flavors of analytics, especially predictive analytics, the greater the power of BPM. Predictive analytics are important because organizations are shifting from managing by control and reacting to after-the-fact data toward managing with anticipatory planning so they can be proactive and make adjustments before problems arise. JG. In your opinion, what are the basic considerations for deploying BPM approaches? As I just describe Read More
Voting Technology: An Evaluation of Requirements and Solutions
The issues created by the use of punch card ballots, an obsolete technology, during the recent US Presidential election are similar to the ones that businesses

managerial economics  25 years' professional and managerial experience as both a developer and implementer of Manufacturing Execution (MES), Warehouse Management (WMS), Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP), logistics, Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP-II) and general business accounting software. He has lived and worked in the United States, Asia and Europe, pursued advanced studies in Economics and Geography, and was a market research consultant for the first 8 years of his career. He was Certified in Production and Invent Read More
Front-office Lean-Taking Lean Manufacturing Beyond the Shop Floor
Lean manufacturing practices are employed to some degree on almost every manufacturing floor, but many companies aren't realizing the real benefits of lean by

managerial economics  the twenty-first century, administrative, managerial, and engineering people may work at different times and in different physical locations from one another—even on different continents. So more often that not, a workflow will not follow a physical route through an office environment, but rather it will be best handled by implementing an enterprise application that can be configured to automate the lean communication process. To this end, a quality enterprise application includes a business modeler tha Read More
The Economic Benefits of an Integrated Talent Management Suite
Today, many human resources (HR) organizations find themselves with a tapestry of HR systems, many of which do not work well with each other. But many

managerial economics  for both professional and managerial roles; Workforce needs-based internal sourcing and employee mobility; Employee expertise-directories and team-based collaboration; Highly scientific analysis of employee fit, high-performing work profiles, candidate analysis and leadership potential based on true performance; and, Enterprisewide workforce planning, which identifies hiring needs, expected skills gaps, expected leadership gaps, and skills and capabilities gaps matched with the business plan. If we Read More
How Do You Choose between SAP and Oracle? Run Them Side by Side
Ansell Limited, an Australia-based global manufacturer of protection solutions, announced that its European, Middle East, and African operations went live with

managerial economics  mergers and acquisitions, wrong managerial decisions, previous regional business development initiatives, and a myriad of other circumstances. As a result, instead of focusing on improving its businesses, increasing added value, and eliminating duplications and other unnecessary costs, many organizations in real life, regardless of the reasons, do what Ansell has to do – support two or more different parallel IT ERP solutions that are built on different technologies and, as in this case, are dire foes Read More
Book review: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Environment: Business Imperatives. ed. Ruth Hillary, Greenleaf Publications. February 2000
The role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in society cannot be underestimated—indeed, many think SMEs are the most important sector of a nation’s

managerial economics  We know that for managerial purposes as well as for environmental issues, magic recipes for green initiatives do not exist, and this framework does not pretend to be one, yet the research presented in this article shows that the these success factors do play a crucial role when implementing green innovations within SMEs.  Overall, the chapters on the book are well analyzed in a scholastic manner. Most authors avoid taking positions and limit their analysis to survey results. Moreover, most ideas and Read More
Descartes Systems Group: Small Company With Large Ambition
In the increasingly competitive supply chain management marketplace, corporations either advance or are trodden underfoot. Descartes' acquisitions over the last

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Can a Virtual Vuvuzela Help Make Your Voice Heard in the Social Media Universe?
It’s a really noisy world we’re living in, and the social media universe is no exception. Even with the tightest security settings and minimal online presence

managerial economics  a Virtual Vuvuzela Help Make Your Voice Heard in the Social Media Universe? It’s a really noisy world we’re living in, and the social media universe is no exception. Even with the tightest security settings and minimal online presence/popularity, you are still subject to advertising, invites, recommendations, requests, etc., most of which are not very useful to you. And things will only get worse: Twitter will start selling followers , Facebook launched Facebook Marketing Solutions to help brands Read More
From CIO to CEO?
The step from Chief Information Officer to Chief Executive Officer seems like it should be simple, but few manage to take it. Sure you’ve managed a budget

managerial economics  CIO to CEO? From CIO to CEO? Featured Author - Peter Meyer - December 11, 2000 Introduction Why don't CIOs become CEO? The step from Chief Information Officer to Chief Executive Officer seems like it should be simple - one little initial. Shouldn't information, one of the most important assets of any organization, be the key to success and promotion? To many, it makes sense that a good CIO should become CEO. Does that happen? A quick search of the Fortune 1000 will show what many CIOs know Read More
VisionWaves: The Case for a Global Business Cockpit
Modern organizations know that they need more than visualization. Modern visualization should enable users to collect accurate, coherent, related and relevant

managerial economics  and then streamlining the managerial process and decision making Improvement —for being able to perform changes and adjustments in an agile way and in a short time frame, and being able to change analysis models accordingly, quickly With strong experience in industries such as aviation and defense as well as banking and insurance, VisionWaves’ approach seems to be an efficient way for achieving efficient consolidation of information and practices (a.k.a. governance) from a management perspective. Read More
Measuring the Business Value of IT
Many organizations do a poor job of measuring the business value of their IT investments. Simple financial metrics are not good enough. But there are a number

managerial economics  the Business Value of IT Measuring the Business Value of IT If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Founded in 1972, SAP has a rich history of innovation and growth as a true industry leader. SAP currently has sales and development locations in more than 50 countries worldwide and is listed on several exchanges, including the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and NYSE under the symbol SAP. Source : SAP Resources Related to Read More
IHS
IHS is a global information company with world-class experts in the pivotal areas shaping today@s business landscape: energy, economics, geopolitical risk

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ICARUS Ends Solo Flight With Aspen
With its third installation at Lanier Worldwide, Provia Software marks the 500th implementation of its VIAWARE application suite.

managerial economics  Ends Solo Flight With Aspen ICARUS Ends Solo Flight With Aspen S. McVey - September 14, 2000 Event Summary Aspen Technology, Inc. has completed a transaction to acquire ICARUS Corporation, a maker of knowledge-based systems (KBS) to support decision-making in a broad range of process industries including chemical, petrochemical, specialty chemical, refining, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, food, mining and power industries. ICARUS applications overlap many areas of Aspen's Plantelligence suite, Read More
Making Multi-rater Feedback Work in Professional Services Firms
For many firms, continually moving people to new projects under different leaders is the only possible way to operate. The formal boss on the org chart may only

managerial economics  really a matter of managerial skill. The design of the system merely provides consistency across the organization, compliance with legal issues and hopefully a helpful framework that skilled managers appreciate. What managers need is training in how to do performance management and particularly how to make it an on-going process so that there are no surprises at the end of the year. It is up to mangers, not HR, to create a climate where honest feedback is appreciated and where employees feel that Read More

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