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Relevance Regained

Companies risk drowning in alphabet soup if the latest three-letter acronym improvement strategy isn't clearly linked to business strategy.
Mar 2, 2013

Companies risk drowning in alphabet soup if the latest three-letter acronym improvement strategy isn't clearly linked to business strategy.

The Transformation to Process-Centered Organization

Is process-centered organization in biopharmaceutical manufacturing a stepping stone or a stumbling block?
Jan 2, 2013

Is process-centered organization in biopharmaceutical manufacturing a stepping stone or a stumbling block?

Small Changes, System-Wide Impact

A look at elastomer changeout times shows how industry knowledge improves operations and cost.
Aug 2, 2012

A look at elastomer changeout times shows how industry knowledge improves operations and cost.

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