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Business Process Re-engineering - now available in Vietnamese

My book 'Business Process Re-engineering' is now available in Vietnamese.



If you would like further information, and to purchase, please visit http://thaihabooks.com/sach-thaiha/798/Thay-dau-cho-bo-may-doanh-nghiep/

Giles

About the author
Giles Johnston is a Chartered Engineer who specialises in helping businesses to grow and improve through better business processes.
Giles is also the author of Business Process Re-Engineering and creator of the 'Making It Happen' continuous improvement strategies course.

Power Tips for StreamLiner Continuous Improvement Software

If you are looking to get more out of your copy of StreamLiner then check out this 'Power Tips' article by my colleague Robert Broughton.

If you haven't used StreamLiner yet then you can learn more about how this simple software can save you time and effort with managing continuous improvement in your business by clicking here

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About the author
Giles Johnston is a Chartered Engineer who specialises in helping businesses to grow and improve through better business processes.
Giles is also the author of Business Process Re-Engineering and creator of the 'Making It Happen' continuous improvement strategies course.

Evaluating Continuous Improvement Options

Continuous Improvement. It's a phrase that every business talks about. It is heralded as being the way forward for all businesses, especially when it actively engages our staff as we transform how our businesses work and serve our customers.

For many businesses generating the improvement ideas can be a real challenge, and this is often the focus of many articles. But what about the other side of the coin? What about when you have too many ideas and are being overloaded with opportunities to change how your organisation delivers value to its stakeholders and customers?

Before I suggest a way forward for those who find themselves in this situation, allow me to explain two significant problems with not having a method for dealing with this.

Do you deliver on the 35th of the month?

"We deliver everything by the 35th of the month!"

That's what I was told by a frustrated Finance Director.

On time delivery is a challenge for many businesses, especially when the goal posts appear to move on a daily basis.

But, what do you do if you recognise this problem within your own business?