Performance Management System Book Review

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The performance management system book review provided in the link below describes the benefit of a textbook that shows how to structurally link predictive scorecards with the processes that created them.  In addition, this book provides a methodology for determining where improvement efforts should focus so that the big picture benefits.

In this published review of Integrated Enterprise Excellence Volume II: Business Deployment: A Management Guide and Black Belt Guide for Going Beyond Lean Six Sigma and the Balanced Scorecard by Forrest Breyfogle, it is stated: ″This 500-plus page textbook is full of practical examples showing ways to create Lean and Six Sigma projects that embrace an enterprise perspective, support strategies consistent with business goals, and promote a clear understanding of what to measure and report″.

This book provides the details of implementing an enhanced operational excellence system.

Performance Management System Book Review

Performance Management System Book Review: Concepts Implementation

Provided in this book are the how-to’s for implementation of a 9-step enhanced Operational Excellence (OE) system. This Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) book-described methodology offers:

For a summary of the book-described methodologies, roadmap and benefits see:

Performance Management System Book Review: Training and Implementation Opportunities

Universities can use this book as a class textbook.  For-profit and non-profit organizations can utilize this book in their Operational Excellence training.

Software is available that structurally facilities the creation of an Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system so that:

  • Process output performance measures are structurally linked with the processes that created them.
  • Predictive scorecards can automatically be updated and readily available through a simple “click of the mouse”.

The University of Texas offers sponsored public training in the book-described methodologies. This OE book is integrated and utilized throughout the training. Experienced individuals do not need to have received Lean Six Sigma certification to attend the Lean Six Sigma Master Black belt offering, which is structured around the book-described OE methodology.

Discount purchase price for a copy of the textbook described in this  performance management system book reviewPurchasing book at a discount price

 

ASQ Quality Management Forum editor, Robert Spencer, book review of Integrated Enterprise Excellence Volume II: Business Deployment: A Management Guide and Black Belt Guide for Going Beyond Lean Six Sigma and the Balanced Scorecard by Forrest Breyfogle is available through the following downloaded link.

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