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Lean Execution and Lean Enterprise Intelligence System for JD Edwards Enterprise Software By Paul Lynch
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Paul W Lynch is the founder and the CEO of InSync Technologies, LLC. InSync Technologies is focused on ERP integration consulting and has partnered with Oracle, Microsoft, Princeton Softech, Q4Bis... More > and Sage Software. The team of highly qualified consultants that Paul and his partner’s have assembled currently focus on both the business and the technical infrastructure components of computer systems management. Paul began his career twenty eight years ago in manufacturing and distribution and has remained dedicated to improving business processes in these two important business sectors. During his management career Paul served in various roles such as Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, VP of Supply Chain, Director of Manufacturing Engineering and Plant Manager. Additionally he has managed numerous implementations of ERP packages such as Oracle-JDEdwards EnterpriseWorld, Oracle-JDEdwards EnterpriseOne, SSA-BPCS, Pansophic-PRMS, Exact-Macola, MAS90 and others.< Less
Lean Startup (Key to a Better Chance of Successful Startup) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Have you ever thought about creating your own business startup? Perhaps you are a great programmer with an idea for the next Twitter or Facebook. Maybe you have an itch you need to scratch. Or maybe... More > you just want to learn what it feels like to be an entrepreneur. Go for it! This is a great time to build a startup, and there is no substitute for just doing it. If you are thinking about creating a startup, do your homework and learn about lean startup. Don't spend six months coding a product; prove that people want to buy it first. The most important business question is whether or not people will buy your product; so instead of building it, make a webpage with a "click here to buy" button and see if you can get people to click on it. If people click the button, then you ask for their email address to let them know when the product will be ready. If nobody clicks on it, then are you not happy that you did not build the product?< Less
Lean Startup (Key to a Better Chance of Successful Startup) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Have you ever thought about creating your own business startup? Perhaps you are a great programmer with an idea for the next Twitter or Facebook. Maybe you have an itch you need to scratch. Or maybe... More > you just want to learn what it feels like to be an entrepreneur. Go for it! This is a great time to build a startup, and there is no substitute for just doing it. If you are thinking about creating a startup, do your homework and learn about lean startup. Don't spend six months coding a product; prove that people want to buy it first. The most important business question is whether or not people will buy your product; so instead of building it, make a webpage with a "click here to buy" button and see if you can get people to click on it. If people click the button, then you ask for their email address to let them know when the product will be ready. If nobody clicks on it, then are you not happy that you did not build the product?< Less
Agile and Lean Office (Key to Increasing Profit and Employee/Customer Satisfaction) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Agile and lean office are so deeply interwoven that if you are doing agile you are doing lean, and vice-versa. Those considering process change will likely find the description of the... More > interrelatedness interesting and enlightening. The question should I use Lean office instead of Agile office is based on a false premise because office environments are complex systems. There can be thousands of integration points as information flows along a value stream. As a result it is almost impossible to understand in detail how a change to one part of a value stream will impact the rest of the system-wide value streams of the organization. The Agile and Lean office approach use a program of continuous performance improvement. This approach does not try to accomplish too much at once and risk complete failure, but to make an incremental change to a value stream, wait for the system to settle down, fully understand the system-wide impact of the changes, and then decide what new change to make.< Less
Agile and Lean Office (Key to Increasing Profit and Employee/Customer Satisfaction) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Agile and lean office are so deeply interwoven that if you are doing agile you are doing lean, and vice-versa. Those considering process change will likely find the description of the... More > interrelatedness interesting and enlightening. The question should I use Lean office instead of Agile office is based on a false premise because office environments are complex systems. There can be thousands of integration points as information flows along a value stream. As a result it is almost impossible to understand in detail how a change to one part of a value stream will impact the rest of the system-wide value streams of the organization. The Agile and Lean office approach use a program of continuous performance improvement. This approach does not try to accomplish too much at once and risk complete failure, but to make an incremental change to a value stream, wait for the system to settle down, fully understand the system-wide impact of the changes, and then decide what new change to make.< Less
Shingo Prize Model Systems Level By Jan Goossenaerts
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Answer to an APICS Question of the week (March 22, 2010)
ERP From The Front Line By Ian Henderson
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A novel which provides a guide to the issues involved in implementing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems - packages such as SAP, Oracle Manufacturing, JDE 'One World', Mfg/Pro, Baan, Epicor,... More > Manugistics, etc.< Less
CQA, CQPA, CSSBB & HACCP Auditor Exams ALL-IN-ONE Study Guide & Review Questions 2014 By ExamREVIEW
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The Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) is a professional who understands the standards and principles of auditing and the auditing techniques of examining, questioning, evaluating, and reporting to... More > determine a quality system’s adequacy and deficiencies. A Certified Six Sigma Black Belt is an individual who can explain Six Sigma philosophies and principles. A Black Belt can demonstrate team leadership, understand team dynamics and assign team member roles and responsibilities. He/she has a thorough understanding of all aspects of the DMAIC model in accordance with Six Sigma principles. He/she is familiar with Lean enterprise concepts, and are able to identify non-value-added elements and activities. A Certified Quality Process Analyst is a paraprofessional who analyzes and solves quality problems and is involved in quality improvement projects. A Certified HACCP Auditor is a professional who understands the standards and principles of auditing a HACCP-based or process-safety system.< Less

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