Monthly Archives: June 2010
Jack HippleLast month we discussed resource utilization levels in food production and made some observations regarding inevitable trends. In that case we were talking about obvious resources. What about unobvious ones? We often say in our workshops that some of …
I’m in the beautiful suburban environment (all the trees are in flower!) of Washington DC this week for the 2010 DoD Performance Symposium, which is the USA’s Department of Defense Six Sigma meeting. People from all services present their …
June’s issue features a few returning authors: "TRIZ & Ultrasonic-aided Electrical Discharge Machining by Professor V.S. Sreebalaji and Dr. R. Saravanan. And "Demonstrating Contradictions in a GUI" by Umakant Mishra.
A graphical user interface has many advantages over its predecessor known as the textual user interface. The most fascinating feature of a graphical user interface is that it helps users perform complex operations with simple mouse clicks.
Electrical discharge machining (EDM) is a non-traditional process based on thermoelectric energy between a work piece and an electrode.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter (well-known management author and Harvard professor) presents her observations and challenges to CEOs who are embracing innovation during the recovery in the article “Block-by-Blockbuster Innovation” in the May 2010 Harvard Business Review. See http://hbr.org/2010/05/column-block-by-blockbuster-innovation/ar/1