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Posted Monday, September 10, 2012 9:50 PM


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Posted Tuesday, September 11, 2012 7:30 AM
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This subject is very interesting to me, and it seems like it would be a lot of fun to work with.
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Posted Tuesday, September 11, 2012 9:54 AM
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I used to work for Harley in the IT department at their KC plant and all employees had to have a Continuous Improvement section, with a minimum of three items, in our Annual Goals document, which we were measured against come review time. CI was a part of the core operating philosophy at HD and we always looked at every process to see where it could be done better/cheaper/faster. Especially cheaper. Most of the technology workers I've been around over the last 30+ years have always been interested in tweaking their work to make it "better," in whatever measure was appropriate. Of course, you can get into "analysis paralysis" and get caught spending hours to make millisecond improvements that don't result in positive ROI. Gotta balance all that out...
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Posted Wednesday, September 12, 2012 1:47 AM
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Good Points raised.
One of the practices of all good industry is to continuously improve the product, e.g. the Ford Model T has been superseded. To remain competitive we all need to review code to see if improvements can be made, particularly in speed, and usability.

It would be good to help each other sharpen our game.
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