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Theory of Constraints

The prospect of change is scary for nearly anyone and that is where the theory of constraints comes in. Change can either have good or bad consequences, and in some cases, the only way to see the benefits or disadvantages is to go with the change. In the business world, change can be scary and trying, especially now when consumers…

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Continuous Improvement

Your organization is always reinventing; it changes in order to meet current customer demand of services and or products. Is your organization’s ability to keep aligned with the newest emerging technology part of it’s strategy? How often does technology meet with various business units to discuss continuous improvement of technology to attain strategic goals. Continuous improvement is the act of…

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Many companies lack innovative ideas. They may be relatively good at what they do and they may even make mild improvements in those areas, but while they are doing that, they miss major breakthroughs and new concepts that could really change the company’s landscape for the long term. Alignment to the customer is key to unlocking innovation and when organizations…

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