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Author: Nazli Monajemzadeh

Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII) is the most widespread planning method in the world. MRP and then MRPII were developed in the 1970s. It requires demand forecasts and plans all the manufacturing activities: it is a push flow method. MRPII is "a method for the effective...

The European Award of Quality (EFQM model) is a largely known model, which an institution can apply in order to implement Total Quality Management Principles in order to achieve excellence. The EFQM model consists of a set of criteria, which are mainly classified into two...

TPM TPM is composed by the first English letters of Total Productive Maintenance. Nakajima (1988), had given the original approach of TPM, defined it as the productive maintenance carried out by all employees through small group activities and can be viewed as equipment maintenance performed on...

Business Process Reengineering Business process reengineering (BPR) is identified as one of the most important solutions for organizational improvements in all performance measures of business processes. However, high failure rates 70% is reported about using it the most important reason that caused the failure is the...

ERP systems became popular with large organizations in the 1990s. In 2000, Gartner group published an article titled "ERP is dead, long live ERP" in which they argued that in near future, ERP systems will overcome the need for other specialized systems (e.g. CRM). While...

Business process management is concerned with all management activities around business processes. In the past, activities in relation to business process management have been conducted by process analysts, process managers and process engineers in a labor-intense fashion with hardly any automatic support except for generating...

Knowledge management is a discipline and function in which knowledge is created, acquired, shared, codified, and utilized through an enabling environment to increase innovation and organizational performance (Andreeva & Kianto, 2011; Hajir, Obeidat, Al-dalahmeh, & Masa'deh, 2015; Zack et al., 2009). KM is an increasingly important...

Blue Ocean Shift: Beyond Competing - Proven Steps to Inspire Confidence and Seize New Growth September 26, 2017 by W. Chan Kim  (Author),‎ Renée Mauborgne  (Author) NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER #1 WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER USA TODAY BESTSELLER BLUE OCEAN SHIFT is the essential follow up to Blue Ocean Strategy, the classic and 3.6 million copy global bestseller by world-renowned professors...