An enhanced business excellence model is available through the Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) business management system, as described in the linked-to published PDF article below.
Enhanced Business Excellence Model
Through lean Six Sigma many businesses have reported significant performance improvements. Though management may be satisfied with project selection and project execution, there is nagging doubt about whether enterprise as a whole is benefiting.
Quite often Lean Six Sigma projects are not in direct alignment with the achievement of corporate financial goals. Lean Six Sigma is not a business system. Lean Six Sigma is a project execution system.
Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) is a business governance system that takes lean Six Sigma and traditional scorecards to a new level. IEE is a business system where performance improvement metric needs pull for the creation of IEE projects. IEE replaces firefighting with fire prevention and integrates scorecards, strategic planning, business improvement, and control.
IEE helps organizations move toward achievement of the 3 Rs of business; i.e., everyone doing the Right things, and doing them Right, at the Right time. IEE provides the framework for achieving maximum, measurable, predictable and sustainable bottom-line results.
IEE addresses the common business management issues described in a one-minute video:
A five-book IEE series provides the details of implementation at all levels:
The published article link below provides a PDF that describes how IEE helps organizations move toward achievement of the 3 Rs of business; i.e., everyone doing the Right things, and doing them Right, at the Right time.