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March Book Feature: Reducing Process Costs with Lean, Six Sigma, and Value Engineering Techniques

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Book Overview by Jon M. Quigley Many organizations have a series of activities or processes that they go through to produce the end product or service. The work will start with some kind of development process, which may be a … Read More >

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Have the Stars Aligned? by William J. Horst

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Early in 2012 I accepted a board position with the recently formed Society of Cost Management. The board is made up of a number of members who represent some of the most talented and widely recognized costing experts in the … Read More >

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November Book Feature: Using Excel for Business Statistics: A Blog by Dr. Tom Quirk

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Dr. Tom Quirk is Professor of Marketing at the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.  He has written a series of publications on how to use Microsoft Excel for statistical analysis. … Read More >

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OCTOBER BOOK FEATURE: Breakeven Analysis

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This month’s feature comes to us courtesy of our new partner, Business Expert Press.   Breakeven Analysis: The Definitive Guide to Cost-Profit-Volume Analysis by Michael Cafferky and Jon Wentworth explains the application in several different scenarios and properly defines complimentary terms, … Read More >

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September Book Feature: Capital Budgeting Valuation

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This month’s book feature “Capital Budgeting Valuation: Financial Analysis for Today’s Investment Projects (Robert W. Kolb Series)” by H. Kent Baker and Philip English, addresses an issue that is very relevant to businesses today. With challenging economic times, it is … Read More >

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