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Lean Simplified: Part 1
Take advantage of expertise about lean manufacturing. With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it’s hard to know which resources are credible—much less understand the mounds of information. The first part of this series breaks down the definition of lean manufacturing into easy-to-digest concepts and shares the real-life example of a supplier of remanufactured solvents that is working toward the goal of lean. Get tips on how to determine what you need in your production operation and why.

O PART 12: = Defects and Rework O = Overproduction W = Waiting (Idle Time) N = Non-Value Added Procedures T = Transportation I = Inventory M = Motion E = Employees Under Utilized Defects and rework is probably one of the most easily identifiable wastes because it s tangible; it s something people can see or feel. For example, defects and rework cause companies to spend time correcting mistakes in paperwork or fixing physical problems with machines, just to name a couple. Overproduction can point to the obvious waste
7/14/2009 11:53:00 AM

2007 December » The TEC Blog


O PART 12: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
31-12-2007

GE GXS: Part and Parcel of B2B Exchange
General Electric’s GXS provides the infrastructure for a new digital marketplace. The announcement sheds light on the possibility that GXS can leverage its traditional infrastructure business into a lead position within the new economy.

O PART 12: GXS: Part and Parcel of B2B Exchange GE GXS: Part and Parcel of B2B Exchange D. Geller - November 1, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - November 1, 2000 Event Summary eeParts.com provides a trading platform for buyers and sellers of electronic components. The service provides an environment in which buyers and sellers interact anonymously. Bidders locate the components they need in a searchable inventory database and proffer bids based on the information on product specifications, availability and asking pric
11/1/2000

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z
CRM. C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part three of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, we continue the Lexicon of CRM

O PART 12: Read Comments The Lexicon of CRM Part 3: From R to Z R. Garland - November 2, 2001 The Lexicon is divided into three parts, this being the second of three. This third section covers the alphabet from R to Z. For A to I, see Part One . For J to Q, see Part Two . R  RDBMS - Relational DataBase Management System . The typical, standard database, with both data models, data definitions, and data storage capabilities. Examples include Oracle s 9i database, Microsoft s SQLServer 2000, and IBM s DB2 and Informi
11/2/2001

How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 1: Fighting Internal Resistance
According to a major IT research firm, less than 20 percent of IT projects are completed on time and on budget. Project management (PM) experts agree that internal resistance is one of the factors that can ruin a project. What does it take to get your people to say “yea” instead of “nay”? Find out other common causes of project failure, and how to encourage your team members to embrace change and communicate better.

O PART 12: How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 1: Fighting Internal Resistance How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 1: Fighting Internal Resistance Source: Logic Software Document Type: White Paper Description: According to a major IT research firm, less than 20 percent of IT projects are completed on time and on budget. Project management (PM) experts agree that internal resistance is one of the factors that can ruin a project. What does it take to get your people to say “yea” instead of
3/26/2008 3:33:00 PM

Cookie-cutter Solutions Won t Cut It with the Mid-Market Part One: Historical Relationships
Small enterprises, like their bigger brethren, need some differentiation means in the market, and that will not be achieved by implementing a cut-and-dried business solution in a

O PART 12: This is Part One of a two-part tutorial. Part Two will discuss challenges and the lower-end. The Upper-End It is in the upper mid-market that the tier 1 vendors stand the best chance of more immediate success. Here they can still deploy a hybrid model of direct selling (which has been their forte) and rely on partners for vertical enhancements, industry domain expertise, implementation, and services. The overall strategy is geared towards reducing complexity, total cost of ownership (TCO), and return on
4/19/2004

Software Selection: A Third Alternative Part One: The Buyer s Perspective
Recently, the traditional method of selecting software based on functions and features has come under scrutiny. Some even suggest that this method is unduly drawn out and fails to focus on the critical processes of business. As you might expect, vendors would rather sell you out-of-the-box business processes and solutions that would improve efficiency, increase yields, and drive their costs down. A third alternative for selecting software, which will be discussed in this article, attempts to provide the assurances needed by the buyer and the efficiency desired by the vendor.

O PART 12: rigidity, and a definition of process. This is Part One of a two-part note. Part Two will discuss the seller s perspective and the third alternative. Existing Selection Methods There are two prevailing approaches for selecting enterprise-wide software. First, there is the traditional analysis of a company s needs versus the functions and features of the software and identifying the vendor s software with the best fit or least gaps. Second is selecting software with the best practices and processes to
5/14/2005

Essential ERP – Current Market Trends – Part II
ERP applications are designed to optimize an organization’s underlying business processes — primarily accounting/financial, manufacturing, distribution, and human resources/payroll. This note identifies current trends in the ERP market that we believe are the direct consequence of vendors’ attempts to 1) resolve current ERP functional and/or technological deficiencies, and/or 2) expand software sales both within their existing and potential customer bases.

O PART 12: – Part II P.J. Jakovljevic - May 3, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - May 3, 2000   This is the second part of an extended note on the current market trends for Enterprise Resource Planning. The growth of ERP has been a direct result of the fierce global competition, short product life cycles, highly distributed operations, and information-driven management that characterize today s business environment. The vast majority of companies have always hoped to purchase an information system as a product
5/3/2000

2008 December » The TEC Blog


O PART 12: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-12-2008

Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as what would be used for outsourcing a function or process. This part details that criteria.

O PART 12: ASP applications will take on a larger part of the load of suitable applications. Virtually any application where functionality is consistent across multiple organizations is suitable for an ASP to provide, however, whether that application is suitable to be implemented by an organization is based on the requirements and operations of that organization. It s important to know not only what the application does, but who the target market is and how current customers utilize the system. About this note:
8/24/2001

How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 2: Improving Team Communication
Statistics show that nearly one-fifth of IT projects make it to the finish line—so project planners need to be aware of the primary factors that can ruin a project, and how to prevent them from happening. One of the biggest obstacles is poor team communication, even when you have the best talent and a good work environment. Learn about the top three techniques that can help you get your people working together as a team.

O PART 12: How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 2: Improving Team Communication How to Start and Finish a No-fail Project, Part 2: Improving Team Communication Source: Logic Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Statistics show that nearly one-fifth of IT projects make it to the finish line—so project planners need to be aware of the primary factors that can ruin a project, and how to prevent them from happening. One of the biggest obstacles is poor team communication, even when you have the
3/26/2008 3:34:00 PM


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