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by Forrest W. Breyfogle III

  • ISBN: 1934454117
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Forrest W. Breyfogle III
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bridgeway Books (February 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 189 pages
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Forrest W. Breyfogle III is the founder and CEO of Smarter Solutions, Inc. In 2004, Mr. Breyfogle .

He is an ASQ Fellow and a member of the board of advisors for the University of Texas Center for Performing Excellence. In it, Breyfogle rigorously examines the Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system as set of management techniques that can, when effectively implemented, improve an organization's measurement and improvement initiatives so that there is an increase in predictable and sustainable bottom-line benefits.

Forrest Breyfogle is a recognized leader for business and enterprise improvement. Now, he has provided much of his wisdom in a series of books starting with this one, The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System. If you are interested in how your enterprise can achieve maximum performance, then you will want to read this book. I am a certified Master Black Belt for Lean Six Sigma and I teach operational performance to students in MBA programs

Start by marking The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System: An Enhanced . Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation

Start by marking The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System: An Enhanced, Unified Approach to Balanced Scorecards, Strategic Planning, and Business Improvement as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation. The IEE system shows business leaders what to measure and report; when and how to report it; how to interpret and use the results to establish goals; how to orchestrate work activities; and how to develop strategies that is consistent with established goals.

Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates .

Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation. The IEE system shows business leaders what to measure and report; when and how to report it; how to interpret and use the results to establish goals; how to orchestrate work activities; and how to develop strategies that are consistent with established goals.

Forrest Breyfogle III Austin, TX: Citius Publishing, 2008. IEE is a powerful business system with the detailed execution templates needed to effectively implement Lean Six Sigma tools for maximum success.

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system is a set of management techniques that innovatively builds on practices derived from the strengths of past systems-applying structured metrics and a no-nonsense roadmap to initiate process improvement and achieve predictable an. .

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system is a set of management techniques that innovatively builds on practices derived from the strengths of past systems-applying structured metrics and a no-nonsense roadmap to initiate process improvement and achieve predictable and sustainable bottom-line benefits.

Forrest Breyfogle III (born 1946) is a management consultant, the CEO of consultant and training company Smarter Solutions, Inc. He was the developer of the Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system. Breyfogle is an American Society for Quality (ASQ) fellow and has received awards for his contributions to the techniques of Six Sigma/Lean Six Sigma and business process management. Breyfogle served on the board of advisors for the University of Texas Center for Performance Excellence.

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System .

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System: An Enhanced, Unified Approach to Balanced Scorecards, Strategic Planning, and Business Improvement. Forrest Breyfogle is a consultant and the author of the book Implementing Six Sigma. He is an ASQ Fellow and the winner of the society’s Crosby Medal for his contributions to quality control.

Forrest W Breyfogle, Forrest W Breyfogle III, Forrest W Breyfogle 3r. It transcends Lean Six Sigma and the Balanced Scorecard. It& a powerful business system that blends analytics with innovation and arms everyone in the organization with the tools needed to contribute to success.

21-day refund guarantee and more. Aptly named, it truly integrates enterprise excellence. - Mike Jones "Past President, American Society for Quality".

Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation

Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation. These strategies ultimately lead to specific projects that enhance organizational focus and success

Organizations can waste much resource with: 1. Strategy creation and execution:Organizations can spend much time with strategy creation, where often it is difficult to interpret what should be done to address passed-down strategies. Also, the strategy creation process often does not systematically blend analytics with innovation to determine the best place to target strategy-improvement efforts. 2. Scorecards:Red-yellow-green scorecards may seem to be a good management practice; however, these scorecards can lead to much firefighting. Also, traditional forced scorecard balance using the balanced scorecard categories of financials, customer, internal business process, and learning & growth can lead to unfavorable behaviors. Scorecard balance is important (e.g., don't want to target on-time delivery while sacrificing quality); however, forced balance can be detrimental. 3. Process improvement systems:Problem-solving deployment systems such as Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, Lean Kaizen events, and Total Quality Management (TQM) typically have a push-for-project creation system (e.g., let's brainstorm for what projects to work on next). These systems often lead silo-improvements that can sound good but do not have much, if any, impact on the big picture. A business system which has 30,000-foot-level operational metrics improvement needs pulling for targeted-improvement-projects, which benefit the whole enterprise.

Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE)introduces a new organizational governance system that integrates analytics with innovation. The IEE system shows business leaders: what to measure and report; when and how to report it; how to interpret and use the results to establish goals; how to orchestrate work activities; and how to develop strategies that are consistent with established goals. These strategies ultimately lead to specific projects that enhance organizational focus and success.

This book discusseshow the application of IEE methods, tools, and techniques can overcome the enterprise management challenges of the twenty-first century and the limitations of traditional business management practices.

Additional IEE publications:Written as a novel,IEE Volume Ihelps managers, leaders, practitioners, and others understand the basics of the IEE system.IEE Volume IIIandIEE Volume IIprovide the details for organizational implementing of IEE from the improvement project level and business-management system perspective as well.


Reviews about The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System: An Enhanced, Unified Approach to Balanced Scorecards, Strategic Planning, and Business Improvement (7):
Oveley
This is an excellent book for companies who want to reduce firefighting, conserve resources, and improve morale. No one likes to think they have a problem solved and the next day be haunted by it again. That is what happens when we try to utilize firefighting on the common cause issues that plague processes 94% of the time.
Simple probability plots can show us where our project efforts should be concentrated.
Forest lays out a systematic enterprize improvement system that gets results and makes lasting changes.
I highly recommend this work for all who are interested in making sense out of process improvement and sustainment.
Fenrinos
This book, gave me the lesson of the year (so far). ... that we can turn firefighting to fire-prevention mode.

It explains how we can make the right desicions by making sense of the entire organisation. It tells how to distinguish Common cause from special cause events and its connection to firefights.

It would be good to speak whether IEE can be implemented with the EFQM model (the European equivalent to Malcolm Baldrige).
Pringles
Seems to read mostly as an advertisement for the author's first 3 books in the series and I probably should have read those books before this one. He's obviously a brilliant business consultant and I'm sure that this book has value to offer, but I didn't find much of it on my first reading. Breyfogle's writing style can be a bit difficult to navigate since he's prone to using acronyms, abbreviations and jargon that he invented or requires special knowledge to understand. He constantly refers the reader back to the other volumes in this series, so the book doesn't work well by itself. He seems to assume a great deal of prior knowledge from the reader and the editing was poorly done, making Breyfogle's style even more difficult I would recommend checking out Integrated Enterprise Excellence volumes I-III before this one, or maybe just skipping the whole series in favor of Implementing Six Sigma (same author).
Damand
Forrest has written yet another thought provoking book. With his original book Implementing Six Sigma he set the stage at which the Six Sigma world would baseline "How it is done". Now he has set off with a series of new books which will open the door to looking at our businesses differently - in a new light.

With the book `Integrated Enterprise Excellence' Forrest uncovers some of weaknesses of corporations through identifying the impact of Short Term vs Long Term change. Attention is brought to day to day Firefighting situations, that too many of us know intimately at our jobs.

Ironically when I met with Forrest earlier this year, he spent time specifically speaking about the (Red Light / Green Light) syndrome. I had first seen this at Harley Davidson Motor Company, when Erik Buell rolled it out a new tool that all motorcycle platforms would use. There were rumblings within the launch teams about this new tool. It had stoplight colors, and our direction was to never have a red light. Little did I realize that the measurement system we were launching was establishing what we delivered to, as employees. That hopefully the metrics were well aligned with the 30,000 foot needs of the corporation and that which led to Long Term change.

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system that is taught in this book shows management techniques that followed can effectively charter good change for a corporation. That change which is measurable, predictable, and drives bottom line results.

There is a lot of information on the market today about 6 Sigma, and change movements. Take time to look at Forrest Breyfogle's work. I have personally spent time with him, and been through his MBB program. In contrast to the many people who do this type of stuff for pure financial benefit; I believe that Forrest's work is about setting the record straight - and letting the truth be told. The new series of books show a no nonsense approach to doing 6 Sigma in a less complex methodology, that delivers big results. With today's workplace putting more pressure on belts to produce with less time, these methodologies will lead to solutions better than ever before.
Ynye
This book is an easy to understand quick read and provides the basics of Mr. Breyfogle's message on 30K FT level scorecarding and the use of I-charting and Probability Plots for purposes of establishing process capability (at a 30K FT level). The concept of the 200K FT level Value Chain (i.e. not missing the forest) is also very interesting and applicable to practitioners who have gotten bogged down in the minutiae of P-DMAIC (i.e. focusing on the individual trees too much). In his later books, Mr. Breyfogle also adresses the concept of Goodness of Fit and Non-normal Distributions which are essential to his approach, specifically service and transactional process data and analytics which require an expanded tool kit. This book is an excellent read on E-DMAIC for senior level managers looking to get a great (albeit quick) insight into how to use LSS without getting bogged down in the minutiae of traditional Project-DMAIC.

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