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Future of Revenue

 

This episode of BOK looks at the future of revenue: Revenue Performance Management, or RPM. It puts RPM in context of some of the most significant milestones in the history of business (scientific management, total quality management and supply chain management) and explores how early adopters of RPM can become the Ford's, Toyota's and Wal-Mart's of tomorrow -- that is, fast movers who turned change into competitive advantage.






 




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Thepower of ideas can be transformative. Einstein, Mandela, Picasso, Edison, LouisArmstrong. Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate andeven love. Ideas have extended human life, inspired change and given birth to aglobal economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy would have nevershifted from the agricultural to the industrial, to the informational age.Ideas have built our businesses up to date. Let's look at three examples.





About ahundred years ago, Frederick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific managementwhich led to everyday techniques we take for granted: interchangeable parts,the assembling line. Armed with the cutting-edgetechnologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch, Taylor changed thecourse of business forever.





By applyingscientific management, Ford motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopolyposition, produce the world's best cars, employ hundreds of thousands of peopleand reap the financial awards of this market dominance.





Afterthe Second World War, Japan's industry was devastated and was infamous for its shoddy quality. Yet within two decades,Japan had become the world's leading industrial powerhouse. The turnaround wasas dramatic as it was unexpected. So what happened? Total quality management.This systematic approach disseminated quality throughout the organization byeliminating waste and rigorously applying statistical methods. Harnessing thepower of Total Quality Management enabled Toyota to emerge as the world'slargest automobile company.





Justtwenty years ago, a mid-size retailer named Wal-Mart developed the mostefficient distribution system in the world through barcodes, optical scannersand radio frequency ID. Wal-Mart embraced the daunting global supply chain: acomplex network of stores, distribution centers, and manufacturers all over theworld and was able to grow to over four times the size of its nearestcompetitor. With more than four hundred billion annual sales and one point sixmillion employees, Wal-Mart established itself as the largest private employerin the world.





Ideasindeed matter. They have transformed companies from the average to theextraordinary. But what's the next big idea that can transform the businesslandscape? Over the past few years, Eloqua has studied the performances of asmall group of companies that have consistently outperformed their peers. Andwe discover something inspiring. It's not luck. These fast growing companies havefound and embraced the next big idea, Revenue Performance Management or RPM.





RPM is asystematical approach to identify the drivers and impediments to growth, rigorouslymeasuring them and pulling the economic levers that will optimize top linegrowth. Revenue Performance Management revolutionizes how business leadersanalyze and quantify the results of their largest and least understood costcenter, marketing sales efforts. For the first time, companies are makingintelligent evidence-based decisions about where to allocate resources tostimulate predictable, measurable and sustained revenue growth.





Theresult, extraordinary performance!

Companies can bring in new customers at lower cost, close businessfaster, and achieve higher ROI from marketingsales investment. Now that's the ultimate competitive advantage.






You see,ideas do matter. And ideas like RPM will allow those who embrace them to becomethe Fords, Toyotas and Wal-Marts of tomorrow.

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ROI: return on investment

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The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, *, Picasso, Edison, Louis Armstrong. Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas have extended  human life, inspired change and given birth to a global economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy will never shift from agriculture to the industrial to information age. Ideas have goaled our businesses of today. Let's look at three examples. About a hundred years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which led to everyday techniques we take for granted. Interchangeable parts, the assembling line armed with cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch. Taylor changed the course of business forever.
By a planed scientific management, Ford motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce the world's best cars, employed hundreds of thousands of people and ripped financial awards as this market dominates. After the second world war, Japan's industry was devastated and was infant for its quality. Yet within two decades, Japan had become the world's leading industrial powerhouse. The turn around is dramatic as it wasn't expected.
So what happened. Total quality management. This systematic approach * quality throughout the organization by eliminating waste and rigorously applies statistical methods. * the power, Total Quality Management enable Toyota to emerge as the world's largest automobile company.
Just twenty years ago, mid-sized retailer named Walmart  developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. Two bar code, optical scanners and radio frequency ID. Walmart embraced the * global supply chain. A complex network of stores, distribution centers, and manufactures all of the world was able to grow to over four times in size of nearest competitor. More than four hundred billion annual sales and one point six million employees, Walmart establishes itself as the larges private employer in the world.
Ideas indeed matter, they have transformed companies from the average to the extraordinary. What's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape. Over the past few years, * has studied the performances of small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovery something inspiring.
It's not luck. These fast growing companies have found and embraced the next big idea, Revenue Performance Management or RPM. RPM is a systematical approach to identify the drivers and * to growth. Rigorously measuring them and put in the economic letters that optimize top line growth. Revenue Performance Management revolutionize how business leader analyse and quantify the results of their largest and least understood cost center, marketing sales *. First time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based decision about where allocate resources stimulates predictable and measurable and sustain revenue growth.
The result, extraordinary performance!  Companies can bring in new customers at lower cost, close business faster, and achieve higher * from marketing sales investment. Now that's the ultimate competitive management.
You see, ideas do matter. An idea like RPM allowed those who embrace them to become Fords, Toyotas and Walmarts of tomorrow.  





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Ideas of power have been transfomed. Einstein, mandela, Cacas, Edison, Louis Armstrong, their ideas can be transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human life, inspired exchange and gave birth to a global economy.
Idea matter.
Without ideas, our economy will never shift from the agriculture, to the industry, to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses today. Let's look at three examples.
About a hundred years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which lead to everyday techniques we take for granted. Interchangeable parts the assembling line armed the cut edge technology of his day. A pencil, clipboard and stopwatch, Taylor changed the course of business forever.
By a planed scientific management, Ford motors lead the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce a world's best cars, employ hundreds of thousands of people and ripped the finacial awards the market dominates. After the second world war, Japan's industry was devastated and was infant for the shutting holiday. Within the two decades, Japan has became the world's leading industry of power house. The turn around was dramatic and was unexpected, so what's happened? Total quality management.
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The power of ideas can be transformative. Einstein, Mandela, Picasso, Edison, Louis Armstrong. Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Idea/ is a big, extended human life, inspired change and given birth to a global economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy would have never shifted from the agricultural to the industrial to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses of today. Let's look at three examples. About a hundred years ago, Frederick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which led to everyday techniques we take for granted. Interchangeable parts, the assembling line armed with cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch. Taylor changed the course of business forever.
By applying scientific management, Ford motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce the world's best cars, employed hundreds of thousands of people and ripped the financial awards of this market dominance. After the Second World War, Japan's industry was devastated and was infamous for its shabby quality. Yet within two decades, Japan had become the world's leading industrial powerhouse. The turn around is as dramatic as it was/ unexpected.
So what happened. Total quality management. This systematic approach disseminated quality throughout the organization by eliminating waste and rigorously applies statistical methods. Harnessing the power of Total Quality Management enable Toyota to emerge as the world's largest automobile company.
Just twenty years ago, mid-sized retailer named Wal-Mart developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. Two bar codes, optical scanners and radio frequency ID. Wal-Mart embraced the daunting global supply chain. A complex network of stores, distribution centers, and manufacturers all over the world was able to grow to over four times in size of nearest competitor. More than four hundred billion annual sales and one point six million employees, Wal-Mart establishes itself as the larges private employer in the world. Ideas indeed matter, they have transformed companies from the average to the extraordinary. What's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape? Over the past few years, Eloqua has studied the performances of a small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovered something inspiring.
It's not luck. These fast growing companies have found and embraced the next big idea, Revenue Performance Management or RPM. RPM is a systematical approach to identify the drivers and impediments to growth. Rigorously measuring them and pulling the economic levers that will optimize top line growth. Revenue Performance Management revolutionizes how business leaders analyse and quantify the results of their largest and least understood cost center, marketing sales efforts. First time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based decision about where to allocate resources to stimulate/ predictable, measurable and sustained revenue growth.
The result, extraordinary performance!
Companies can bring in new customers at lower cost, close business faster, and achieve higher
ROI from marketing and sales investment. Now that's the ultimate competitive in manage.

You see, ideas do matter. An idea like RPM allowed those who embrace them to become Ford’s, Toyota’s and Wal-Mart’s of tomorrow.
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The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, Mandala, Picasso, Edison, Lousi Armstrong their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human life, inspired change, and gave birth to a global economy. Ideas matter, without ideas our economy would have never shift from agriculture to the industrial, to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses today. Let's look three examples.
About 100 years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovred scientific management, which led to eveyday techniques we take for granted. The interchangeble parts, the assembling line, armed with the cuting-edge technology of his day, a pencial, clipboard, and stopwatch, Taylor changed the course of business for ever. By applying scientific management, Ford Motors let the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, producing the world's best cars, empolying hundreds of thousands of people, and replaying the financial world's of this market dominance.
After the second World War, Japan's industrial is devastated, and was influenced for its short quality. Yet within two decades, Japan has become the world leading industrial power house. The turn run is as dramatic as it was unexpected. So what happened? Total quality managemnt. This systematic apporoach disseminate the quality throughout the orgnizaiton by a eliminated waste and rigorous plans statistical methods.  Possessing the power of total quality management enable Toyoto to emergy as the world's largest automoblle company.
Just twenty years ago, a mid-size retialer in the Walmart develop the most efficient distribution system in the world, through bar codes, optical scanners, and radio frquency ID. Walmart embraced the dotting global supply chain, the complext network stores, distribution centers and manufacturers all over the world, and was able to grow to over four times the size its nearest competitors. With more than 400 billion annual sales,and 1.6 million employees, Walmart establishes itself as the largest private employees in the world.
Idead indeed matter, it has trasformed the companies from the average to the extraordinary. But what's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape? Over the past few years, Eliqua has studied the performance of small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovered something that's inspiring.It's not luck. These fast growing companies have found and embraced the next big idea: revenue performance management or RPM. RPM is a systematic approach to identify the drivers and impedients to growth. Rigorously measuring them, playing the economical levels that will opitmize top line growth. Revenue performance management revolutionize how business leader analyze and quatify the results of their largest and least understood cost center and marketing sale centers. For the first time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based desicions about where to allocate resources discriminatingly predictable, measureable, and sustaining revenue growth. The resutl, extraordinary performance. Companies can bring new customers at lower cost, close buisness fast, and achieve higher ROI for market sale's investment. Now, that's the ultimate competitive advantage. You see, ideas do matter.  And ideas like RPM will allow them who embrace them to become Ford's, Toyoto's and Walmart's of tomorrow.
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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-3-16 16:11 编辑
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The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, Mandela, Picasso, Edison, Louis Armstrong. Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extend  human life, inspire change and give birth to a global economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy would have never shifted from the agriculture to the industrial to the informational age. Ideas have built our businesses up today. Let's look at three examples. About a hundred years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which led to everyday techniques we take for granted:interchangeable parts, the assembling line . Armed with the cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch,Taylor changed the course of business forever.
By a plan - scientific management, Ford Motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce the world's best cars, employ hundreds of thousands of people and reap the financial awards of this market dominates. After the second world war, Japan's industries  devastated and was infant for its shitty quality. Yet within two decades, Japan had become the world's leading industrial powerhouse. The turn-around was as dramatic as it was unexpective. So what happened. Total quality management. This systematic approached to seminate quality throughout the organization by eliminating waste and rigorously applying statistical methods. * the power of Total Quality Management enabled Toyota to emerge as the world's largest automobile company.
Just twenty years ago, a mid-sized retailer named Walmart  developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. Two barcodes, optical scanners and radio frequency ID. Walmart embraced the doting global supply chain:the complex network stores, distribution centers, and manufactures all of the world and was able to grow to over four times the size of its nearest competitor. With more than four hundred billion annual sales and one point six million employees, Walmart established itself as the largest private employer in the world.

Ideas indeed matter. They have transformed companies from the average to the extraordinary. But what's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape. Over the past few years, Alequer studied the performances of a small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovery something inspiring.It's not luck. These fast growing companies are found embraced the next big idea, Revenue Performance Management or RPM. RPM is a systematical approach to identify the drivers and impediment to growth,rigorously measuring them and pulling the economic levers that would optimize top line growth. Revenue Performance Management revolutionizes how business leaders analyse and quantify the results of their largest and least understood cost center, marketing sales efforts.For the first time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based decisions about where the allocated resources to stimulate predictable ,measurable and sustained revenue growth.
The result, extraordinary performance!  Companies can bring in new customers at lower cost, close business faster, and achieve higher hourly for marketing sales investment. Now that's the ultimate competitive management.
You see, ideas do matter. Any ideas like RPM will allow those who embrace them to become Fords, Toyotas and Walmarts of tomorrow.


//同Mo!i~撞车了,改回HW。   ---- jessiyear
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The power of ideas can be transformative. Einstein, Mandela, Picasso, Edison, Louis Armstrong. Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Idea/ is a big, extended human life, inspired change and given birth to a global economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy would have never shifted from the agricultural to the industrial to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses of today. Let's look at three examples. About a hundred years ago, Frederick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which led to everyday techniques we take for granted. Interchangeable parts, the assembling line armed with cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch. Taylor changed the course of business forever.
By applying scientific management, Ford motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce the world's best cars, employed hundreds of thousands of people and ripped the financial awards of this market dominance. After the Second World War, Japan's industry was devastated and was infamous for its shabby quality. Yet within two decades, Japan had become the world's leading industrial powerhouse. The turn around is as dramatic as it was/ unexpected.
So what happened. Total quality management. This systematic approach disseminated quality throughout the organization by eliminating waste and rigorously applies statistical methods. Harnessing the power of Total Quality Management enable Toyota to emerge as the world's largest automobile company.
Just twenty years ago, mid-sized retailer named Wal-Mart developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. Two bar codes, optical scanners and radio frequency ID. Wal-Mart embraced the daunting global supply chain. A complex network of stores, distribution centers, and manufacturers all over the world was able to grow to over four times in size of nearest competitor. More than four hundred billion annual sales and one point six million employees, Wal-Mart establishes itself as the larges private employer in the world. Ideas indeed matter, they have transformed companies from the average to the extraordinary. What's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape? Over the past few years, Eloqua has studied the performances of a small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovered something inspiring.
It's not luck. These fast growing companies have found and embraced the next big idea, Revenue Performance Management or RPM. RPM is a systematical approach to identify the drivers and impediments to growth. Rigorously measuring them and pulling the economic levers that will optimize top line growth. Revenue Performance Management revolutionizes how business leaders analyse and quantify the results of their largest and least understood cost center, marketing sales efforts. First time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based decision about where to allocate resources to stimulate/ predictable, measurable and sustained revenue growth.
The result, extraordinary performance!
Companies can bring in new customers at lower cost, close business faster, and achieve higher ROI from marketing and sales investment. Now that's the ultimate competitive in manage.
You see, ideas do matter. An idea like RPM allowed those who embrace them to become Ford’s, Toyota’s and Wal-Mart’s of tomorrow.
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The power of ideas can be transforms. Eistein, Mendella, Pecaso, Edison, louis Amstrong. Their ideas transform how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human live, inspire change and give birth to global economy.Ideas matter, without ideas, our economy wlll not shift from agriculture to the industrial to the information age, ideas build the business of today.
Let's look at three examples: about a hundreds years ago, taylor scientific management which lead to  everyday techonics  we take for granted interchange parts and assembly line armed with cutting edge technology of his day, a pencil a clipboard and a stopwatch Taylor change the course of business for ever by applying  scientific management ford let her charges enjoy a nearly motors monoply produce the world's best cars employes hundreds of thousands of people and reap financial lords in this market dominance.
After second world war, Japan's industries devasted it is infinent  for its shoddy qualities within two decades Japan become the world leading power house the turnaround is as astonishing as was expected. What has happened? total quaulity management this sysmetic approach dissemined qualities organization by leminiting waste and rigorously a stistical method total management make toyota  emerge as the world's largest automobile comany
Twenty years ago retailer wal-mart develop the world's most efficient distribution systems to through buckles scanner and radio frequency id Wal-Mart embraced the world supply change the complex networks of store distribution centres and manufactures all over the world grows to fours sizes nearly than competetors with more 400 billions 1.6 millions of employees, Wal-mart established itself as the world's largest private company employer
Ideas indeed matter, it transformed the world it from average to exordinary
what's the biggest ideas to transform the business landscape. over past few years has study the performance of the small group of business consistently outform their appears this new companies embrace the new ideas: revenue performance  management .RPM is sysmetic identical method the drivers and indepence to growth and rigorous measure them approximize  the business leaders to analize and qualified the results and largest market and sale centre for first time company make evidence based on where we located   resources to stimulate pridictable, measurable and sustain growth  exordinary results  company can bring a new customers at lower cost close business  faster and achieve higer  online investments that is the ultimate . you see ideas do now ideas allow them to embrace ford toyota and wal-mart

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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-3-16 16:10 编辑 3# ayaaaaa 三楼的秀才给你改的对吗/我是来学习的,我应该学谁的才对啊?

//你好,按阶梯修改,你现在应该改Mo!i~的。新手请先看http://forum.putclub.com/viewthread.php?tid=214457    ---- jessiyear
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The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, Mandala, Picasso, Edison, Lousi Armstrong their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human life, inspired change, and gave birth to a global economy. Ideas matter, without ideas our economy would have never shift from agriculture to the industrial, to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses today. Let's look three examples.
About 100 years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovred scientific management, which led to eveyday techniques we take for granted. The interchangeble parts, the assembling line, armed with the cuting-edge technology of his day, a pencial, clipboard, and stopwatch, Taylor changed the course of business for ever. By applying scientific management, Ford Motors let the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, producing the world's best cars, empolying hundreds of thousands of people, and replaying the financial world's of this market dominance.
After the second World War, Japan's industrial is devastated, and was influenced for its short quality. Yet within two decades, Japan has become the world leading industrial power house. The turn run is as dramatic as it was unexpected. So what happened? Total quality managemnt. This systematic apporoach disseminate the quality throughout the orgnizaiton by a eliminated waste and rigorous plans statistical methods.  Possessing the power of total quality management enable Toyoto to emergy as the world's largest automoblle company.
Just twenty years ago, a mid-size retialer in the Walmart develop the most efficient distribution system in the world, through bar codes, optical scanners, and radio frquency ID. Walmart embraced the dotting global supply chain, the complext network stores, distribution centers and manufacturers all over the world, and was able to grow to over four times the size its nearest competitors. With more than 400 billion annual sales,and 1.6 million employees, Walmart establishes itself as the largest private employees in the world.
Idead indeed matter, it has trasformed the companies from the average to the extraordinary. But what's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape? Over the past few years, Eliqua has studied the performance of small group of companies that have consistently outperform their peers. And we discovered something that's inspiring.It's not luck. These fast growing companies have found and embraced the next big idea: revenue performance management or RPM. RPM is a systematic approach to identify the drivers and impedients to growth. Rigorously measuring them, playing the economical levels that will opitmize top line growth. Revenue performance management revolutionize how business leader analyze and quatify the results of their largest and least understood cost center and marketing sale centers. For the first time, companies are making intelligent evidence-based desicions about where to allocate resources discriminatingly predictable, measureable, and sustaining revenue growth. The resutl, extraordinary performance. Companies can bring new customers at lower cost, close buisness fast, and achieve higher ROI for market sale's investment. Now, that's the ultimate competitive advantage. You see, ideas do matter.  And ideas like RPM will allow them who embrace them to become Ford's, Toyoto's and Walmart's of tomorrow.
hw
The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, Mandala, Picasso, Edison, Lousi Armstrong their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human life, inspired change, and gave birth to a global economy. Ideas matter, without ideas our economy would have never shift from agriculture to the industrial, to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses today. Let's look three examples.
About 100 years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovred scientific management, which led to eveyday techniques we take for granted. The interchangeble parts, the assembling line, armed with the cuting-edge technology of his day, a pencial, clipboard, and stopwatch, Taylor changed the course of business for ever. By applying scientific management, Ford Motors let the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, producing the world's best cars, empolying hundreds of thousands of people, and replaying the financial world's of this market dominance.hw
The power of ideas can be transformed. Einstein, Mandala, Picasso, Edison, Lousi Armstrong their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas extended human life, inspired change, and gave birth to a global economy. Ideas matter, without ideas our economy would have never shift from agriculture to the industrial, to the information age. Ideas have built our businesses today. Let's look three examples.
About 100 years ago, Federick Winslow Taylor discovred scientific management, which led to eveyday techniques we take for granted. The interchangeble parts, the assembling line, armed with the cuting-edge technology of his day, a pencial, clipboard, and stopwatch, Taylor changed the course of business for ever. By applying scientific management, Ford Motors let the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, producing the world's best cars, empolying hundreds of thousands of people, and replaying the financial world's of this market dominance.

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aft the second world war, japan's I was devastated and was informative for its shabby qlty.yet within 2 dacages, japan hv bcmed the world's leading industrial pwerhouse. the turnaround is as  dramatic as it wasn't expected. so wo happened? total qlty mngment. ts is the dramatic approach disseminateid qlty thru out the orgnization by eliminating waste and regurous plants by statisitical methods.hanishing the power of total qlty mngment enabled toyoto to emerge as the world's largest automobile company.
just 20 year ago, middle-sized retailer walmart developed the most efficient distribution sys in the world to barcles, optical scanners, and radio frequency ID.Walmart embrace the downtick globle supply chain with the complex network of stores, distribution centres and manufactories al over the world and was able to grow over 4 times the size of its nearest competitor. with more 400b annual sale and 1.6m emloyees, walmart est itself as the largest private employer in the world.
ideas indeed matter. ty hv transformed companies from avarage to the extradinary. but wo is he next idea than can transform the B landscape? over the past few years, *** have studied performs of small group of co tt have consisted of outperming their peers. and we discover smthg inspiring. tt's not luck. ts fast-going co hs found and embraced the next big idea, revenu performance mngment or RPM. RMP is a systematic approach tring to edentify the drivers and inpediden to growth, regress and measuring tm. cleaning economic levles tt opimize top-line growth. revenu performance mngment revolutionize how B leaders ana and quaniify the results of their largest and least-understood car centr, mkting sell efforts.for the first time, co r mking intelligent evidence-based dicision about whr to allocate rsces disdimulate predictable, measureable and surstain the revenu growth. the results, extradinary performance. co can bring in customer of lower cost, close B faster and a cheaf-hired  ourlife for mkting and sell basments. now tt's the autimate and competitive advantage.
u c, ideas d matter.and ideas, like RPM, allow us to embrace tm to bcm the Fords,Toyotos and Walmart tomorrow.

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The power of ideas can be transformed.Einstein, Mandela, Picasso, Edison, Louis Armstrong.Their ideas transformed how we live,think,communicate and even love.Ideas estended human life,inspire change and given birth to a global economy. Ideas matter ,without ideas, our economy would be never shift from agricultural to the industrial to the information age.Ideas have built  our business today .Let's look at 3 examples.About 100 years ago,Frederick Winslow Taylor discovered scientific management which led to everyday echniques we take for granted.Interchangeable parts,the assembling line armed with cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch. Taylor changed the course of business forever.


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The power of ideas can be transformed.  Edison, . Their ideas have transformed how we live, think, communicate and even love. Ideas have extended  human life, inspired change and given birth to a global economy. Ideas matter. Without ideas, our economy will never shift from agriculture to the industrial to information age. Ideas have goaled our businesses of today. Let's look at three examples. About a hundred years ago, ... discovered scientific management which led to everyday techniques we take for granted. Interchangeable parts, the assembling line armed with cutting edge technologies of his day, a pencil, clipboard and stopwatch. ... changed the course of business forever. By a planed scientific management, Ford motors led the charge to enjoy a near monopoly position, produce the world's best cars, employed hundreds of thousands of people and ripped financial awards as this market dominates. After the second world war, Japan's industry devastated and was infant for its quality. Yet within two decades, Japan had become the world's leading industrial power house. The turn around is dramatic as it wasn't expected.
So what happened. Total quality management. This  throughout the organization by eliminating waste and ..applies statistical methods. ..the power, Total Quality Management enable ... as the world's largest automobile company.
Just twenty years ago...developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. ....and radio frequency ID.
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[Homework]2011-03-06&03-12 收入绩效管理

Power of idea can be transformed.Iinstan, Mandolar, Pacarcel,Edson, Luyi Strong. Their ideas transformed how we live,think, communicate,and even love.
Idea extended humna life,inspire change,and giving birth to global economy.Ideas matter,without idea, our economy will never been shaped in agriculture,to the industry, to information age.
Ideas build our business today,let's look at 3 examples.
About 100 years ago,Frigle rotailer discovered scientific management which let everyday techniques we take for granted interchange were parts, something lying, arm with cutting edge technology with his day. A pencile, clickboard,and starff watch.Tailor changed the course of business forever.By applying scientific management, let it in charge to enjoy the nearly monoply position, produced the world's best colleages and play hundreds of whousands of people and rape the financial rewards of this market dominents.
After the second world war,Japan's industry was devistryed and  fort it's short quality.Yet, with two decades, Japan has become the world's leading industrial power house, the turnround was dramatic and wasn't expected. So what happened? Total quality management. This eyetematic approach decemetied quality through out  the organization by liminating waste and rigriously  apply statistic metholist.  
Part of  power  total management system enable Toyota to become the world's largest automobile company. Just 20 years ago, the medium-sized retailor company Walmart developed the most efficient distribution system in the world. Through barcode, optical scandard, radio frequency ID. Walmart embraced the dontting  global supply chain, the complex network in stores, distribution centers and manufactories all over the world, and was able to grow to over 4 time the size of its nearest competitors. With more than 400 million normal sales and 1.6 million employees, Walmart establish itself  the largest product employer in the world.
Ideas indeed matter. It has transformed companies from average to the extrodinary,but what's the next big idea that can transform the business landscape? Over the past few years, Alick  studied the performance of a small group of companies that consistent outperformane their appearance and rediscovery something inspiring.It's not lock. These fast growing company were founded embracing the next big idea, Revenue perfomance management, or RPM.
RPM is the systematic approach to identify the drivers and patitions to grow, rigous to measure them. clean the economic levels that optimize topline gworth.Revenue perfomance management  revolutionize how business leader analyze and quantify  the results of their largest  and least understood cost center, marketing sales asset. For the first time, companies are making intelligent evidence based  decisions where to ellocate the resources to stimulate predictable, measurable, and sustain the revenue growth.
The result is extrodinary performance. Companies can bring a new customers' lower cost, close business faster, and achieve higher online for markerting and sales investment. Now That's the  automatic competitive   .
You see,ideas do matter. Idea like RPM allows them to become Fords, Toyota and Walmart tomorrow.

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