Already decades ago alerts were clear a paradigm shift was underway, from industrial production to customer and services perspective. A shift requiring a fresh take on how we manage and control our businesses, as well as IT systems, such as ERP.
In spite of this, the financial and IT communities continued to act on the basis of the industrial T-Ford perspective.
This has resulted in tremendous bureaucracy instead of an efficient activity based process orientation in a post-industrial thinking, leaving promising initiatives, such as Lean, in difficulties addressing businesses as a whole.
To help businesses escape from
the heavy restrictions and bureaucracy Financial and IT communities have established on businesses
- To present a Post-Industrial Accounting Model (PIAM) - in full
harmony with GAAP and Lean - that helps businesses measure both hard and soft refinements as well as the combination of these
- To present a Post-Industrial Management Model (PIMM) that helps companies control and manage existing activities, as well as to develop their businesses to increase competitiveness and profitability
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