By Dr. Dave McIntyre
I frequently contract work for one of the largest “three letter agencies” in the Federal Government. Recently I was asked the following question: “The individual parts of our department work pretty well. But we don’t get the efficiency and effectiveness we desire out of our program as a whole. What can
By Jerome Kelley
Have you ever seen an organization that was so focused on meeting the schedule requirements that they took their eye off the quality and performance requirements? One company was so intent on shipping on time, that they actually shipped incomplete assemblies to their customer, on purpose. When it came time to ship,
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