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Project Management & The Toyota Way – Part 1 : A Long Term Philosophy

February 16, 2010


Toyota is as much a state of mind as it is  a car company. Although the competitivity and longivity of Toyota can be explained by the full exploitation of the Total Production System (TPS), the true foundations reside in its culture and the application of 14 management principles. This serie of posts discuss the opportunity […]

CIOs – Don’t fall for Greed Computing

April 17, 2009


For decades, IT has made Enterprises more performing by processing Information, automating processes, opening new opportunities channels, capturing real-time data, improving the collabaration of business partners, developping online value added services. This commitment of performance was driven by the necessity to be competitive, and beat other players in the same field of business. Being performant […]

Creation of Value is a true responsability

March 30, 2009


Any business leader working in Profit-organization is focused on value creation. However in these difficult times it could be useful to define precisely what it means, and check if we are not loosing sight of the reality. According to several MBA books, creation of value is defined as a positive NPV (Net Present Value). Mainly […]