Description - The Best Practices Enterprise by James Kerr
This guide to achieving sustainable world-class performance provides guiding principles to senior executives and best practices to managers that, if fully embraced, will transform virtually any firm into an organization capable of dominating its industry throughout the 21st Century. While there are many best practices that firms should consider in their efforts to continuously improve, there are seven best practices that are indispensable. These address the people, processes, and technology elements of which every enterprise is comprised and without which, organizations will eventually flounder. When driven by top management, instituting 15 business principles based on these seven best practices will transform an organization from mediocrity to a powerhouse.
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Author Biography - James Kerr
James M. Kerr is the managing partner at KCG, a leading management consulting firm, located in Cromwell, Connecticut that specializes in assisting Fortune 500 firms with corporate visioning, scenario planning, mergers/acquisitions, process design, and enterprise reorganization. Mr. Kerr is a highly-respected management consultant with over 20 years of experience. He is best known for his corporate transformation, strategy formulation, and business redesign work in a wide variety of industries. Clients include Fortune 500 firms AXA Financial, The Home Depot and IBM. He has also lead numerous successful projects in the government sector, including work for the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. This leading expert has been published extensively in the media and previously authored books for McGraw-Hill and John Wiley & Sons. He is a sought after speaker that also teaches graduate-level strategic planning courses within the Lally School of Management at Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute.