Browsing All posts tagged under »Gleicher’s Formula«

Oracle launches sourcing software on demand: Why market adaptability may ultimately derail the transition (Part 2)

April 14, 2009


“Recognizing that adoption or end-user compliance is one of the main barriers to a successful program, the ability for project champions to leverage user comfort with known applications such as Excel to access certain functions within the SAP architecture could stimulate stakeholder buy-in, at least internally. By promoting the utilization of SAP through a familiar, […]

Six Sigma Relevancy Question and Corresponding White Paper Continues to Stimulate “Active” Debate

February 11, 2009


In my previous post, I talked about the potential impact that a particular article or paper might have in terms of stimulating readership discussion.     It seems that the subject of Six Sigma, Lean and similar-type program effectiveness is a hot button.  Perhaps it is a result of the tough economic times, which can cause […]