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While many solutions to operational excellence are technical, tactical improvements, all involve people. Too often the human side of change is overlooked. 

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When a capital investment in manufacturing failed to deliver, a targeted improvement program bridged the performance gaps. 

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Learn the situations in manufacturing that demand big, rapid performance improvements, not the incremental change of most Continuous Improvement programs. 

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Learn the actions the best organizations take to avoid common barriers to continuous improvement and operations excellence 

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Although middle managers are firmly operational in their responsibilities, they are a strategic force within organizations. New KT blog post.

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Confused about what the Food Safety and Modernization Act means to your organization? Four phases where thinking clearly and planning effective actions reduces the risk of failing to meet new regulatory challenges.

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A discussion by Gijs Verrest of Kepner-Tregoe about the thinking that may have avoided the tragic consequences on March 11th, 2011 at the Fukushima power plant.

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Food Safety and Modernization Act compliance. A new KT blog about implementing programs that not only meet regulatory compliance but also control costs, eliminate turmoil, and control food safety perceptions.

 

 

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Variance to service is a silent killer to customer satisfaction. A discussion identifying the antidote by Christoph Goldenstern of Kepner-Tregoe . 

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What is the 8th Waste of Lean? New KT blog supports the Lean concept of recognizing and eliminating waste by addressing an unnoticed waste: the mind - when organizations must develop and use critical thinking capabilities.

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