Time and money are in short supply these days for companies seeking to build a long-term problem-solving culture and keep up with a frenzied short-term workload, but sometimes it’s necessary to hit “pause” before launching forward.
A new healthcare-efficiency collaboration between The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and Cardinal Health Inc. is driving results for participating hospitals just months into its launch.
A new survey on operations management in U.S. middle-market companies shows them uniquely positioned to make sustainable process improvements but still trailing their larger peers in developing formal implementation programs.
For two methodologies that can drive efficiency and change inside an organization’s information technology ecosystem, Lean and Agile seem to raise a lot of questions as well. Is it an either-or proposition? (No.) Are they one and the same? (No.) Is there a way to leverage both to improve IT effectiveness? (Absolutely.)
A retired U.S. Navy captain with a fascinating turnaround story and a leading researcher in organizational change are set to headline the Center for Operational Excellence’s third-annual Leading Through Excellence summit in April 2015. COE Executive Director Peg Pennington announced on Sept. 26 that the following speakers are booked to present at the three-day event, set for April 8-10: