My Blog

Posted: Saturday, 1 December 2012

Category:General 

   

[Read More]

Posted: Thursday, 29 November 2012

Category:General 

Lean manufacturing defines the value of a product or a service from a customer point of view. Customers don’t mind how hard you work or what technology you used to create the product or service you are selling to them. They will evaluate your product or service by looking at how well it fulfills their requirements.  Customers don’t need to pay for the quality defects you have removed from...

[Read More]

Posted: Monday, 1 October 2012

Category:General 

[Read More]

Posted: Saturday, 29 September 2012

Category:General 

[Read More]

Posted: Monday, 10 September 2012

Category:General 

The harsh reality for many project start-ups is that they tend to burn through the company’s resources, and then disappear before anyone gets to find out what potential customers thought. The company attempts to perfect the product first, and assumes customer demand will be there automatically. In this model you will learn to manage the startup differently, by building a prototype...

[Read More]

Posted: Monday, 3 September 2012

Category:General 

Bullet outlines get all confused!   From Harvard Business Review and Edward R. Tufte, analaysis of bullets for business plans: In presentations of plans, schemes and strategy, bullet outlines get all confused even about simple, one-way casual modes. Consider these major objectives from a standard five-year strategic plan: Increase market share by 25%...

[Read More]