Toyota’s success isn’t attributable to the company’s usage of a conventional “lean” manufacturing procedure or any internal Six Sigma implementation. It is, instead, centered on leadership. It can be found, more specifically, in a Toyota leader’s mentality, which sees self-development and training others as the only method to not only discover the right answer for […]
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The PMP credential has gained global reputation. The PMP certifies an individual’s ability to operate as a project manager, based on their expertise in leading and directing projects.
Despite all of the lean projects executed over the last two decades, no other firm has achieved the same level of constant operational excellence as Toyota. Why?
Businesses (having evolved or not very evolved management systems) generate quite a lot of data. My consulting experience consistently proved that the USE of this DATA has always been one of the major factors that affects the BOTTOM LINE. From the evolution point of view FIRST STAGE For lots of businesses, DATA is an UNKNOWN […]
Planning and scheduling your time does not have to be difficult. Use time management techniques to improve the time management.