Lean & agile value chain management
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Lean & agile value chain management a guide to the next level of improvement by Ehap H. Sabri

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Published by J. Ross Pub. in Ft. Lauderdale, FL .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Business logistics -- Quality control,
  • Business logistics -- Cost effectiveness,
  • Organizational effectiveness

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesLean and agile value chain management
Statementby Ehap H. Sabri.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD38.5 .S22 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24033252M
ISBN 109781604270259
LC Control Number2009045638

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Aspect: Negative Associations for Agile and Lean. As MBA-program CEOs have misunderstood Agile and Lean, the terms have picked up baggage. Agile is associated with chaotic environments, ruthless management, and cowboy coding. Lean is linked to cost-cutting and layoffs. Both of these are myths. Aspect: Achilles’ Heel Agile’s Achilles’ Heel. Lean and Agile Value Chain Management fills that gap by providing a breakthrough start-to-finish roadmap for organizations to implement a lean and agile value chain transformation program successfully. It brings together the fields latest advances and offers practical, proven tactics and detailed guidance into every aspect of value chain. A lean supply chain is cost-conscious and efficient, but it won’t be able to respond to new demands quickly. On the other hand, an agile supply chain is highly adaptable, but it can become hard to control and predict. The good news is you don’t have to pick just one of . The complexity of today's projects demands that project managers adopt new approaches for implementing projects. This paper examines how project managers can use the agile and lean approaches to effectively plan and control their projects. In doing so, it identifies the common negative perceptions of practicing project management and describes the concepts shaping the lean and the .

Get this from a library! Lean and agile value chain management: a guide to the next level of improvement. [Ehap H Sabri; Salim N Shaikh] -- "Lean & Agile Value Chain Management offers practical proven tactics and detailed guidance into every aspect of value chain process design. It provides a breakthrough start-to-finish roadmap for. Lean and Agile Value Chain Building Blocks and Maturity Levels 43 At level 4, corporate or upper management goals are aligned to process goals, and a strong sense of teamwork exists. New technologies are evaluated on a quantitative basis. At level 5, continuous improvement is part of the company’s culture and everyone’s responsibility. Conclusion – Agile Software Development model involves an incremental approach with an iterative model. This enables successive software deliverables and releases frequently at small intervals that draw the attention of customer or end user which will ensure and indicates the value of the model whereas Lean mode takes the principles and processes from the Lean manufacturing to Lean Software. Lean management is more like a guide for building a stable organization that evolves constantly and helps to identify actual problems and remove them. The main purpose of Lean management is creating value to the customer by optimizing resources. Lean management principles aims to create a stable workflow based on actual customer’s demand.