Performance by Kevin McManus

Paying the learning tax
Most organizations pay a high learning tax because they don't measure training effectiveness well. How do you measure skill competency in the workplace?

Paul Engle

Management by Paul Engle

Fixing things when they go badly
When dealing with broken processes or technologies, most companies just focus on the symptoms and not the cause. A well-designed business process that focuses on the root cause is a powerful tool for performance.

Amanda Mewborn

Health Systems by Amanda Mewborn

Building in healthcare improvement
The Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference has expanded over the years to appeal to a variety of backgrounds in within the healthcare industry such as architecture and construction.

Paul Templin

Manufacturing by Paul Templin

Making the ERP journey less torturous
What was once called MRP is now ERP in the new millennium and encompases an array of features focused on the enterprise at large – yet problems persist with implementation and functionality. But who do you blame?

Ricardo Valerdi

Systems Engineering by Ricardo Valerdi

The next challenge for driverless cars
The concept of driverless cars dates back to the 1920s, but as the reality becomes more prevalent in the near future, the question of liability becomes increasingly important.