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Is It Time for New Thoughts on Product Development?

Monday, April 29, 2019

Most product development teams fail to meet their full potential. They consume more resources than are necessary to test, evaluate, refine their products and struggle to maximize customer and shareholder value. Typical projects take too long, have rocky starts in production, and deliver business results that are often less than expected. top Top > Comments   (0 comments)

The Lean Management System In Made to Order Companies-- We Are Not Toyota!

Friday, March 29, 2019

So you’re not producing virtually identical products on an assembly line at a rate of one per minute? Does that mean that the Lean Management System doesn’t work in your business? To quote a refrain from Porgy and Bess back in 1935…. It Ain’t Necessarily So! top Top > Comments   (0 comments)

Can You Sell Lean to Sales People?

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Companies that achieve success with Lean in Operations are eager to apply these same principles to other parts of their organization in hopes of gaining similar benefits and efficiencies. Sales, however, is an area that has remained resistant to adopting Lean principles. Revenue generation is the lifeblood of companies and the stakes are high when it comes to making significant changes to traditional sales processes. top Top > Comments   (0 comments)

Are You Learning Throughout the Curve Or Is the Learning Throwing You a Curve?

Friday, January 11, 2019

There are many exemplary examples of organizations that have adopted Lean Management Systems (LMS) successfully. We spend a great deal of time trying to understand the causal factors of both the successes and the failures so that we can apply that learning in a useful way and significantly increase the likelihood of success. No one wants to experience the disappointment of watching their effort quietly go off into the sunset while squandering the valuable resources of time, people, and money. top Top > Comments   (0 comments)

What About Results? Isn't That the Point?

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Ninety years ago today, Henry and Edsel Ford drove the 15,000,000th Model T off the famed assembly line in Detroit Michigan. Yes, you read it correctly, fifteen million. Eventually, it became the 8th most popular car in history. Impressive, considering that Ford in many ways created the market for affordable cars. top Top

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