Don’t just take it from us that our featured keynote for next month’s Center for Operational Excellence supply chain event is a big deal.Chris Caplice
A group of undergraduate operations students at the Fisher College Business bear the distinction of being the first in the world to earn a new professional certification seen as a stepping stone another key resume-booster.
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The Center for Operational Excellence’s flagship annual event has more than a few things in common with the fast-paced racing world featured in the kickoff to the fourth-annual Leading Through Excellence summit.
N. Craig by special contributor Nathan Craig, asst. prof. management sciences, Fisher College of Business
“Bullet-proof” and lean: Is it possible? In managing the business relationships that flow downstream to the customer, companies are honing their risk management practices to reduce vulnerability and bolster continuity. Battling risk, however, often leads to built-in redundancies and other measures that run counter to lean principles. How, then, can an organization with a legacy of lean, robust processes reduce its risk profile without turning back the clock on progress?