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What Are the 3 Core Process Flows within Your Organization?

There are three core process flows within your company: your cash cycle, your manufacturing (or fulfillment) cycle, and some have a design cycle. What is the difference between these important cycles? And what are the 3 core process flows within your organization all about?

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How Do You Use the Theory of Constraints?

Do you know how to use the Theory of Constraints (TOC) to drive your performance higher than either Six Sigma or Lean Thinking combined? A constraint is a bottleneck, delay or a barrier to our full potential. The more we can reduce the barriers (constraints) to our performance, the closer we can come to realizing our full potential. How do you use the theory of constraints?sssssssssss Continue reading How Do You Use the Theory of Constraints?

What Are the Customer’s Requirements?

Finding the customer’s requirements is easy, right? I mean, all sales and marketing has to do is just ask the customer what is important to them, they tell you, and you have the requirements. If only it was that easy… Customer’s will provide you with an awful lot of information, ask for many features they think they want, and describe things that may not be realistic. Are these all requirements? Continue reading What Are the Customer’s Requirements?