By Howie Fenton – The idea for this post came from answers to interviews in a recent IPMA research report that shows how some in-plant leaders are trying new answers to old questions. This article describes five “out of the box” solutions in-plants have used and offers seven ways to help you get outside your “box.”
Five Examples of In-plants Thinking “Outside the Box”
Here are five examples of some in-plants who are thinking “outside the box” from the recent IPMA research report, “The Next Generation Tactics and Strategies for In-plant Service Providers” *:
Q – How do you deal with poorly prepared files that take time to repair?
A – Tammy Golden from the State of TN said: “If we get…
SOURCE Rochester Software Associates