The Missing Bridge to your Successful Strategy? Logistics!

Company websites and literature loudly toot their Corporate Objectives, their Mission Statements, and offer nice 'sound bite' forward-looking comments. What's not so clear is the means that they employ to get to the ends that they seek, or that they will employ to meet the customer's needs. Each company or agency or institution has strategic … Continue reading The Missing Bridge to your Successful Strategy? Logistics!

Data Governance – why your spreadsheet is problematic

I remember my first spreadsheet.  In fact, I remember hearing about electronic spreadsheets while I was working on a real live paper spreadsheet.  Estimating for structural steel in the pre-PC days meant using a spreadsheet and tallying columns of numbers on my HP calculator (an HP-35, in case you are interested). So, I was thrilled … Continue reading Data Governance – why your spreadsheet is problematic

Into the Woods (of Corporate IT Governance)

In 30 plus years of delivering solutions to clients of various sizes, one dichotomy continues to perplex - 'conventional IT governance' versus 'cloud-enabled updates'. A simplified view of conventional IT governance procedure for desired changes to a system is: A User identifies a system need and logs it for the System User Group (SUG) to … Continue reading Into the Woods (of Corporate IT Governance)

The Road to Operations Management Excellence

The Road Over 20 years with TeamWork Group, we have helped major clients manage work in many different environments, including: Turnaround management for process plants Routine maintenance for  for process plants Construction management for contractors Infrastructure management for pipeline companies Capital Projects management for plant and facility owners These clients span from the West Coast … Continue reading The Road to Operations Management Excellence