When it comes to subscribing to (the software word for leasing) or buying software, there are several key considerations that can have a big outcome on your relationship with the software.
Spreadsheets are a commonly used software tool in business. But they can be a poor choice for some manufacturing situations. A place to bleed money through errors, wasted time and missed opportunities.
I was first introduced to OEE in 2008. After working with it for 11 years, I’ve decided to summarise my thoughts and experiences with it.
This blog article will introduce a tool that will help anyone develop more consistent and appropriate reactions to data. An essentially skill for data-driven managers and evidence-based leaders.
Unlike your car, you can’t get a warrant of fitness for evaluating the condition of your business. In particular, for your manufacturing business in collecting and using data.
Answer, Regular Review. That might sound like a dull answer. But I think it’s the correct one.
Do you consider yourself an effective data-driven manager? To be one, you need to wrestle with targets and goals.
The problem of jumbled conversations. This data pyramid will help
Type running successful meetings into a search engine. You’ll get the usual list of good practices. But putting data at the center of the meeting doesn’t seem to get a mention.