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The Resource Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence, Jaideep Motwani and Rob Ptacek, (electronic resource)

Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence, Jaideep Motwani and Rob Ptacek, (electronic resource)

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Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence
Title
Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence
Statement of responsibility
Jaideep Motwani and Rob Ptacek
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste, and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and ongoing approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here in the early stages when organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. The term scoreboards and dashboards are quite common, and many organizations have them. However, the author's observations are that there are many problems common to most organization dashboards
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste, and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and ongoing approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here in the early stages when organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. The term scoreboards and dashboards are quite common, and many organizations have them. However, the author's observations are that there are many problems common to most organization dashboards
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste, and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and ongoing approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here in the early stages when organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. The term scoreboards and dashboards are quite common, and many organizations have them. However, the author's observations are that there are many problems common to most organization dashboards
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  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste, and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and ongoing approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here in the early stages when organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. The term scoreboards and dashboards are quite common, and many organizations have them. However, the author's observations are that there are many problems common to most organization dashboards
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste, and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and ongoing approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here in the early stages when organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. The term scoreboards and dashboards are quite common, and many organizations have them. However, the author's observations are that there are many problems common to most organization dashboards
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CaBNVSL
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Motwani, Jaideep
Dewey number
658.4038011
LC call number
HD30.213
LC item number
.M675 2014
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Ptacek, Rob
Series statement
Supply and operations management collection,
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  • Dashboards (Management information systems)
  • Waste minimization
  • Lean manufacturing
Summary expansion
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and on-going approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here, when in the early stages, organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. Operations and supply chain leaders will benefit from this book by developing a clear understanding of why and how metric scorecards and dashboards can be used as a powerful data driven improvement tool. This book illustrates visual management, scorecards, and dashboards for a full range of organizations, and focuses on Operations and Supply Chain Management areas. By covering these tools in these environments in a story book format, organization leaders can begin to understand how these methods and tools can be applied in their organizations
  • Over the last decade Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools have helped organizations improve to historic productivity levels with the data driven, systematic elimination of waste and improvement of flow. Today many organizations have enjoyed the benefits of Lean and Six sigma initiatives, and are looking more to sustain the gains, and aggressively drive a systematic and on-going approach to improvement and problem solving. The concept of diminishing returns applies here, when in the early stages, organizations were able to find "low-hanging fruit" and to quickly make significant improvements. Now the easy work is done, and organizations need a simple yet systematic approach to continuing their continuous improvement efforts. Operations and supply chain leaders will benefit from this book by developing a clear understanding of why and how metric scorecards and dashboards can be used as a powerful data driven improvement tool. This book illustrates visual management, scorecards, and dashboards for a full range of organizations, and focuses on Operations and Supply Chain Management areas. By covering these tools in these environments in a story book format, organization leaders can begin to understand how these methods and tools can be applied in their organizations
Label
Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence, Jaideep Motwani and Rob Ptacek, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 83-84) and index
Contents
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001141698
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (87 pages)
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781606497692
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001141698
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader
Label
Metric dashboards for operations and supply chain excellence, Jaideep Motwani and Rob Ptacek, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 83-84) and index
Contents
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
  • 1. The organizational measurement challenge: what's the score? are we winning? -- 2. Measuring operations and supply chain performance: winners work -- 3. Organizational measurement methods and tools: training day -- 4. Developing organizational measures: the plan -- 5. Key enablers: policy deployment, accountability sessions, employee training and involvement, and improvement tool selection and application -- 6. Using scorecards and dashboards: working the plan -- 7. Case review: metrics in action! -- 8. Making cultural transitions -- 9. Achieving, sustaining, and celebrating success -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001141698
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (87 pages)
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781606497692
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001141698
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader

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