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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.

S PART 43: defect affects only 1 single part thus eliminating long hours of isolating and investigating different parts of the process to find the problem. Forming an effective problem solving group also becomes a challenge across departments as nobody wants to take responsibility. With single piece flow, each team is focused on its responsibilities and is motivated to avoid future defects. Employee - As mentioned above, in a lean manufacturing environment, each team is focused on its goals and work results. Problem
7/14/2009 11:53:00 AM

Lean Simplified: Part Two
Lean Simplified: Part Two.Templates and Other Package to Use In Your Complex System of Lean Simplified. Part one of the “Lean Simplified” series looked at manufacturing wastes, lean principles, and the benefits of lean manufacturing. Here, in Part two, you’ll be taken through the action stage of lean practices: implementing lean. Understand the “5S” program toward implementing lean and begin laying the foundation of a discipline that is necessary for effective implementation of more complicated lean tools such as kanban.

S PART 43: concepts of lean manufacturing simple, part two takes us to the action stage of lean practices: implementation. We ll also see how the rest of the story unfolds for GPC. Having successfully completed phase one of lean, identifying wastes, GPC moved forward with the remaining phases, and is enjoying the benefits of their efforts. The 5 S s of Lean Manufacturing Many companies start with a 5S program in implementing lean. Adherence to a 5S program establishes simple, easily understandable, and relevant obje
8/14/2009 10:47:00 AM

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two 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.

S PART 43: For A to I, see Part One . J  J2ME - Java 2 Micro Edition . A highly optimized Java runtime environment targeting a wide range of consumer products, including pagers, cellular phones, digital set-top boxes, and car navigation systems. JDBC - Java Database Connectivity . JDBC technology is an API that lets you access virtually any tabular data source from the Java programming language. It provides cross-DBMS connectivity to a wide range of SQL databases. There is also a new JDBC API, which provides
10/19/2001

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

S PART 43: in the process.   S   Sales Pipeline - This is the list of potential customers that the sales department is currently trying to convert into paying customers. Typically, customer deals in the pipeline are assigned dollar values and percentages likely to convert , and from that, sales forecasts can be approximated. SFA - Sales Force Automation . One of the lynchpins of CRM. This enables the Sales team to capture and maintain lead and other contact information in one data store, conduct team selling, vie
11/2/2001

The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond – Part 5: Recommendations
Winning ERP products will demonstrate deep industry functionality and tight integration with best-of-bread ‘bolt-on’ products in a particular vertical. Users should focus on the handful of business objectives they need to achieve and the ways to measure their success.

S PART 43: is expanding to included SCM, CRM, and e-procurement. Part Two discussed the vendors reaction to market changes. Part Three briefly analyzed some of the major ERP vendors. Part Four contained market predictions. This part contains links to the preceding parts. Vendor Recommendations   While competitive costs (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and customer loyalty) will remain important requirements for
10/15/2001

Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part III
You are about to embark on an important project. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to get across important communications and establish the tone for the project. This article discusses the 10 objectives of a project kickoff meeting, how to achieve them, and templates for presenting them. In Part III, we complete the discussion of the remaining four reasons, which can be even more critical to beginning a project on a positive note and reaching a successful completion.

S PART 43: we discussed the first six reasons. In Part III, we will complete the discussion of the remaining four reasons, which can be even more critical to beginning a project on a positive note and reaching a successful completion. Starting with installing confidence in the project, this article will help you orchestrate and direct a successful and productive kickoff meeting. In Parts I and II of our discussion of the first six reasons, we circled the project; now we are about to get to the heart of the matter.
1/2/2004

Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article highlights FOSS fundamentals with the goal of adding clarity for the uninitiated.

S PART 43: the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends Josh Chalifour - December 31, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The first part of this article concerned the Free and open source software (FOSS) origin and rapid evolution as manifested in global customer demand trends. This second part reviews reasons behind why enterprise clients and government organizations generate this demand, as well as why software
12/31/2005

Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two
Enterprise software selection is a risky undertaking. Even after you’ve determined your requirements, the crucial software assessment and negotiation phases are potential minefields. Find out how you can reduce the risk involved in choosing a solution that meets your needs.

S PART 43: Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two Bill Carson - December 28, 2007 Read Comments In part one of this series, we covered the first phase of a best-practice software selection project, including the four steps involved in the definition of business and technical requirements. We ll turn now to the all-important final phases of the enterprise software selection process. Phase 2: How to Assess and Evaluate Software The output from Phase 1 is
12/28/2007

The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond – Part 3: Rating The Vendors
We generally believe that, in the long run, market winners will be those vendors with an established large customer base and with huge financial and human resources that would make them more responsive to any future challenges such as sudden market trends and/or technology paradigm shifts.

S PART 43: is expanding to included SCM, CRM, and e-procurement. Part Two covered the vendors reaction to market changes. Part Four will contain market predictions. Part Five will contain recommendations for the vendors and users. Part Five will contain links to the preceding parts. Market Leaders/Winners  We generally believe that, in the long run, market winners will be those vendors with an established large customer base and with huge financial and human resources that would make them more responsive to any
10/9/2001

New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 4: Using E-Procurement to Leverage Volume
A straightforward way to drive prices down and obtain increased supplier attention is to leverage total purchasing volume through Internet-based auctions. This part addresses the implications of using e-procurement to Leverage Volume, including leveraging volume through outsourcing.

S PART 43: Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 4: Using E-Procurement to Leverage Volume New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 4: Using E-Procurement to Leverage Volume Scott A. Elliff - February 23, 2001 Read Comments Executive Summary Every business is a purchaser as well as a supplier, with many routinely processing hundreds of buying activities daily. Typically, purchases represent 50 to 90% of a company s cost structure - making procurement strategy and execution a critical lever for effective supply chain operations
1/4/2013 4:23:00 PM

Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One
We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the issue of completing the whole transaction—the complete solution—which is key to continued revenue growth.

S PART 43: Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One Ann Grackin - March 18, 2004 Read Comments Software Growth— Complete the Transaction! In our last article about growth we discussed why software companies don t grow. Supply Chain software growth strategies were discussed then in an overview format [1] . We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will
3/18/2004


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