Lean vs. Six Sigma: How They Differ

Lean and Six Sigma are markedly different methodologies, but when combined, are a powerful business improvement practice. Lean is defined as: The removal of waste from a process(es) to increase efficiency and lower costs. A few examples of waste are: Wait time (slow computers, waiting on answers, waiting on purchase orders, et al). Movement of […]
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The 7 MSP® Principles: A Closer Look

I haven’t changed my mind about MSP®. It is one of the best program management “road maps” around for getting a program defined and on track through a successful and controlled start, middle and end.  This structured, non-proprietary program management method focuses on delivering defined and measurable benefits to the business. MSP uses an integrated framework of elements […]
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Using Packing Slips to Tailor PRINCE2®

Tailoring PRINCE2 ensures that planning, control, governance and use of themes/processes are done correctly on a project.  Tailoring is done by the project management team to adapt the method to their specific projects, focusing on adapting the themes through the strategies and controls, incorporating specific terms and language, revising the management product and project role […]
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