The vision, the mission, the strategy – this is the typical flow down how companies align their business to the market and their customers. If companies take this flow down serious the well-defined vision and mission will impress the culture of the … [Continue reading] about 5 Reasons why Strategy fails without Culture
When people are talking about Six Sigma you often hear statements like Six Sigma is complicated, Six Sigma is for professors and statistic gurus, Six Sigma is hard to learn and so on. The reason behind this is that people often focus on tools that … [Continue reading] about Why Six Sigma is Not Only about Statistics!
In many companies the problem solving process is defined as a technical problem solving process regarding quality issues a product or (production-) process might have. As result of this technical problem solving process we have the 8D-Report (in … [Continue reading] about Ishikawa (Fishbone) Diagram – always use it for Problem Solving
Over 200 billion connected “things” will surround us in 2020 and an overall economic benefit of $8.9 trillion will be realized, so analysts predict for the Internet of Things. There are six more years left and we see almost nothing beside some … [Continue reading] about How real is the Internet of Things?
The Vision, the Mission, the Strategy – this is typically the way companies break down their goals for the upcoming years. Whereas the vision statement and the mission statement is expressed often in only one or two sentences, the strategy to achieve … [Continue reading] about Don’t Forget the Customer in Your Mission Statement