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A Crash Course in Process Mapping

Businesses often wish to re-evaluate how they perform certain operational activities or workflows. In other words, they wish to perform “Process Improvement.” Process Mapping can quickly and effectively define the current state, and align stakeholders to howthe process should be improved. If you have participated in a Process Mapping session before, you realize that detailing out each activity is time consuming, sometimes confusing and all together pretty exhausting!

5 Tips to Increase Productivity from Your Existing Workforce

When employees begin to complain that they do not have enough time to get their work done on a daily basis, it can be challenging to know whether this is a true capacity problem, or if it is more of a utilization one. Specifically: Do we need to hire more people, or can we help the …

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So you want to go Agile. Where to start?

Alex Jones, a Certified Scaled Agile Program Consultant with over 20 years of Agile and Lean Transformation experience at a large semiconductor manufacturer, recently presented on how companies can use Agile in non-software related applications such as product development, knowledge work, or service related businesses.   Here are the take-aways for companies who know something about Agile …

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