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Grow Your Profits With Continuous Process Improvement
  By: Kevin Sinclair
Continuous process improvement is a systematic approach to achieve both incremental and breakthrough improvements in processes. This results in effective, better and more efficient ways in producing products or services.

Managing the Reengineering-Incremental Improvement Paradox
  By: Jim Clemmer
Both process reengineering and incremental improvement are needed. How, when, and where each approach and combinations of both are used depends on the task to be performed. Like visions and goals, reengineering and incremental improvement is another and/also paradox to be managed.

Process Management Improves the Horizontal Flow
  By: Jim Clemmer
While our organizations have been organized vertically (with individual, isolated functions), their operations depend on processes that flow horizontally (across the organization).

Process Management Pathways and Pitfalls
   Part ONE of TWO
  By: Jim Clemmer
Process management is an invaluable part of disciplined management systems. Discover the Process Management approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Process Management Pathways and Pitfalls
   Part TWO of TWO
  By: Jim Clemmer
Process management is an invaluable part of disciplined management systems. Discover the Process Management approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.


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