Operational Excellence by Design eNewsletter – January 2016

  Sponsored By Issue: 2016-1 JANUARY 2016 A Message from our Founder… Is it “Worth the Click”? Joseph F Paris Jr From the publicly-traded, multi-national conglomerates, to Girl Scouts selling their cookies (Thin-Mints rule), to the budding entrepreneur who opens a lemonade stand – and everything in between – there are all manner of companies

Building a Business Excellence Program in Multi-Nationals

I see many questions asked regarding the development of a BE /OE/CI/LSS (Business Excellence Operational Excellence/Continuous Improvement/Lean Six Sigma) program. There is no right or wrong answer since every business is different. However, I wanted to share my experience, thoughts and some options as it relates to multi-national organizations. Hopefully you will find them useful.

Operational Excellence Society – Atlanta Chapter Meeting on February 12th, 2013

The Operational Excellence Society is happy to announce the next meeting for the Atlanta Chapter on Tuesday, February 12th, 2013.  Please feel free to share this opportunity to your professional network, refer a colleague or, better yet, Bring a Friend! Speaker: Ian Kowalski – Supply Chain Director, LT Lehigh Technologies Ian Kowalski began his career in the R&D

The Value Chain of the Future

I believe it might be safely said without debate that the most important date in the history of Supply Chain and Logistics is April 26th, 1956.  This is the date that the SS Ideal-X set sail from the Port of Newark in New Jersey (USA).  Five days later, when it arrived in the Port of Houston in Texas (USA), marked the beginning of