Traditional Red Yellow Green business management scorecards encourage reacting to common-cause, process-response variation as though special-cause events are occurring.
Stoplight scorecards can lead to much wasted ″firefighting efforts″ that have no long-lasting organizational benefit.
The book Management 2.0 provides a system thinking method for addressing this commonplace performance management system reporting issue.
Forrest Breyfogle III has observed that traditional business management and process improvement efforts have issues and can lead to unhealthy, if not destructive, behaviors. Forrest has written over a dozen books on business management and process improvement. Forrest’s latest two novel-written books, Management 2.0 & Leadership System 2.0, net out a system for resolving these issues.
These books provide an easy-to-understand character dialog on how to implement Deming’s management philosophy and deliver a system for managing the needs of ISO 9000, Baldrige award criteria, and Shingo Prize criteria all at one time through the Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) business management system.
Forrest decided to invest money to develop a standalone software app that Management 2.0 and Leadership System 2.0 books would provide free so that individuals and organizations could benefit from the powerful 30,000-foot-level reporting techniques described in the books.
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