9781466512511 Change or die; the business process improvement manual.
What does BPI stand for?
BPI stands for Business Process Improvement
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- Business Process Integrator
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SDDC is implementing Lean Six Sigma (LSS) business process improvement techniques throughout our command.
Driving Continuous Process Improvements In the spirit of the International Organization of Standardization (ISO), Six Sigma and other quality-improvement initiatives, the insights derived from having actionable visibility into the quote-to-cash cycle can be marshaled to drive continual business process improvements.
5 are integrated ordering and after-market services processes, along with business process improvements, such as multi-threaded workflow and cycle-time reporting to help customers drive continuous improvements in their channel operations Release 7.
Some examples of successful business process improvements that have been introduced or championed by the Marine Corps are: * Web-based receipting and invoicing that permits faster payments to vendors and reduces the $40+ million the DoD currently pays annually in interest penalties; * A Marine Corps initiative to make it easier to introduce brand new technologies during program execution thereby fielding more up-to-date equipment.