How to Get Started

  • Ian C. Gregory
  • Simon B. Rawling

Abstract

One of the most troublesome aspects of time-compressing a business process is where exactly to begin. Within any business there never appears to be a static period which permits a clear and directed assault on initiating diagnostics. In this chapter we will show how to use the tool of Time-Based Process Mapping (TBPM)1 as a means of getting a project moving in the right direction.

Keywords

Clay Fatigue Furnace Europe Shipping 

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Notes

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    M. Christopher, Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Strategies for Reducing Costs and Improving Services (Financial Times/Pitman London, 1992).Google Scholar
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    E. M. Goldratt, The Goal, 2nd edn (Aldershot, Gower, 1994).Google Scholar

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© Ian C. Gregory and Simon B. Rawling 1997

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  • Ian C. Gregory
  • Simon B. Rawling

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