• Published 2009

Mining for Operational Excellence

@inproceedings{Cook2009MiningFO,
  title={Mining for Operational Excellence},
  author={Robert E. Cook and Russell Barr},
  year={2009}
}
Operational excellence is generally known as a management system integrated across critical functions that is geared towards continually improving operational performance. Functional areas such as health, environment and safety, quality and human resources are the focus of many corporate-wide operational excellence programs. Operational excellence also focuses on improving areas such as customer orientation, employee empowerment as well as process, and systems optimization. It is widely viewed… CONTINUE READING

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