Tag Archives: removing waste

More waste … wow

Last week I talked about the need to remove waste from your processes to stay competitive. I briefly mentioned the flawed, post-process inspection the government was proposing for healthcare process improvement. A recent article in Business Week presents even more evidence of … Continue reading

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It wouldn’t be so obvious if it wasn’t right under your nose

Removing waste from all of your processes is especially critical in today’s increasingly competitive, global market. Such streamlining not only includes the obvious supply-chain processes, but the demand chain (customer-facing) processes as well. In particular, finding and removing waste in … Continue reading

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11 Secrets to Marketing in a Down Economy (Part 1)

A year ago we published a paper on marketing in a down economy. We identified 11 key tactics. I will share them in this blog over the next few weeks, but if you want them all at once you can … Continue reading

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