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Lean IT partnering (eBook) Lean IT partnering, Han van der Zee

Lean, as a philosophy, has been around for quite some time, predominantly in the manufacturing domain. Since the 1990s Lean management provides organizations with a way to achieve superior performance by focusing on customer value, innovation and productivity. In 2011 Steven...

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€36,24
Foundations of information security (eBook) Foundations of information security, Jule Hintzbergen

This book is intended for everyone in an organization who wishes to have a basic understanding of information security. Knowledge about information security is important to all employees. It makes no difference if you work in a profit- or non-profit organization because...

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Implementing effective IT governance and IT management (eBook) Implementing effective IT governance and IT management, Gad J Selig

This book is a revised edition of the best selling title Implementing IT Governance (ISBN 978 90 8753 119 5). In all enterprises around the world, the issues, opportunities and challenges of aligning IT more closely with the organization and effectively governing an...

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€48,34
De leukste gratis apps (eBook) De leukste gratis apps, Dirkjan van Ittersum

DE LEUKSTE GRATIS APPS Leve de apps op smartphones en tablets! Ze zijn handig, praktisch en leuk. Maar in het bos van honderdduizenden apps kun je snel verdwalen. Daarom is de kritische en deskundige selectie van gratis apps in dit boek zo’n uitkomst. Apps op het gebied...

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€15,99
Implementing Effective IT Governance and IT Management (eBook) Implementing Effective IT Governance and IT Management, Gad J. Selig

This book is a revised edition of the best selling title Implementing IT Governance (ISBN 978 90 8753 119 5). In all enterprises around the world, the issues, opportunities and challenges of aligning IT more closely with the organization and effectively governing an...

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€48,34
Lean IT (eBook) Lean IT, Jan Heunks

Lean IT richt zich op het maximaliseren van waarde voor de klant door het minimaliseren van verspilling, dat wil zeggen: werk dat geen waarde toevoegt. De belangrijkste focus is het bereiken van operational excellence door verbeterde wendbaarheid, kwaliteit van dienstverlening...

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€48,34

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Lean IT partnering (eBook) Lean IT partnering, Han van der Zee

Lean, as a philosophy, has been around for quite some time, predominantly in the manufacturing domain. Since the 1990s Lean management provides organizations with a way to achieve superior performance by focusing on customer value, innovation and productivity. In 2011 Steven Bell and Michael Orzen comprehensively addressed Lean IT in their groundbreaking publication, and showed that Lean provides an effective and efficient way to do more with less, while achieving higher levels of productivity, quality, customer satisfaction and as a result, competitive advantage. Over the past years many large users of IT have outsourced or co-sourced their IT supply and management services to professional IT service providers. Strategic sourcing models for IT and crafting strategic IT partnerships for the supply, management and use of IT have evolved over time and reached a satisfactory maturity level. At the same time, many IT sourcing relationships have become strategic in terms of intent and importance. To make the next leap, IT sourcing clients and their suppliers are now exploring whether a Lean transformation in their relationship could lead to similar promising results as achieved in the manufacturing domain. Managers who intend to embark on a Lean IT partnering journey, however, unfortunately lack any reference material available to guide them in implementing Lean on an IT partnership level. Courageous people who intend to lead the juggernaut task of Lean transformation in IT partnerships should read this book to gain a thorough understanding of the success factors of applying Lean in IT partnerships. It contains the results of the Nyenrode Lean Institute research project‘Lean IT partnering’, conducted by the research cluster ‘Lean Transformation with and in IT’, and presents experienced barriers and drivers for victory. Additionally, it provides the lessons learned from actual case studies and postulates suitable guidelines for successful Lean IT partnerships:Craft an adequate partnering strategy, demonstrate Lean Leadership, and apply the appropriate Lean tools and techniques that fit naturally with the objectives sought for the IT partnership at hand.

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€36,24
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