August 2014

Management Guidelines

How are leading organizations implementing operational excellence?

ExxonMobil did not devote four full pages to operational excellence (OE) in its 2012 annual report because they had nothing else to talk about, but rather because they viewed it as one of their five k..

Moran, M., Moran Manufacturing Excellence Consultants

ExxonMobil did not devote four full pages to operational excellence (OE) in its 2012 annual report because they had nothing else to talk about, but rather because they viewed it as one of their five key competitive advantages. However, they are not the only major organization with a passion for implementing OE. Whether a company is a great performer dedicated to remaining great, a good performer aspiring to become great, or one of the large number who know improvements are essential for continuing success, it is important to learn why leading organizations like ExxonMobil, Chevron and DuPont are embracing OE. It is natural to be somewhat skeptical. Will OE be just another in a long series o

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