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100 1  Martin, Peter.,|eauthor 
245 10 Real-time control of the industrial enterprise /|cPeter 
       Martin and Walter Boyes 
264  1 New York, [New York] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 
       10017) :|bMomentum Press,|c2014 
300    1 online resource (xxvi, 154 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 143-149) and 
       index 
505 0  1. A retrospective -- The impact of industrialization -- 
       Organizing for industrialization -- The separation of 
       operational management from business management -- The 
       importance of electricity -- 
505 8  2. Out of control -- The business of industry getting out 
       of control -- Driving force 1, industrial business going 
       to real time variability -- Driving force 2, plant floor 
       focus on profits -- Driving force 3, operational 
       empowerment -- Driving force 4, increased production 
       agility -- Requirements for dealing with real-time 
       business variables -- Bringing industrial business back 
       into control -- It is all about the data! -- 
505 8  3. The evolution of the labor force -- The labor problem -
       - Profitability just happened -- The organizational schism
       -- Closing the schism -- A new kind of craftsmanship -- 
       The downsizing debacle -- 
505 8  4. Knocking profit out of control -- The computer 
       revolution -- Business, out of control -- A lead business 
       indicator, the electric power industry -- Real-time 
       industrial businesses -- The impact -- Real-time 
       profitability model -- Traditional organizational and 
       architecture mismatch -- 
505 8  5. Applying control theory to profitability -- Controlling
       profitability -- The profitability control loop -- A 
       cascade control system -- The need for enterprise control 
       systems -- 
505 8  6. The barriers to real-time enterprise control -- A 
       technology versus solution focus -- The capital project 
       process -- Traditional accounting practices -- Common 
       engineering perspectives -- Organizational silos -- 
       Business and production process limitation -- 
505 8  7. Practical applications of real-time enterprise control 
       -- Control performance excellence -- Asset performance 
       excellence -- Human performance excellence -- Safety and 
       environmental performance excellence -- Summary -- 
505 8  Bibliography -- Index 
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520 3  Here is something you may not know. Almost all the 
       productivity gains of the last 50 years have not come from
       better chemistry or better design. Yes, there have been 
       advances in chemistry, in materials, even in biology. But 
       these advances have not by themselves increased general 
       productivity, nor have even better management and 
       financial controls, nor the ubiquitous MBA graduates and 
       sophisticated financing instruments. Not even 
       entrepreneurship in the heyday of Silicon Valley created 
       huge productivity advances. And certainly, the relocation 
       of many business units offshore produced only a limited, 
       and possibly wrongheaded, accounting improvement in 
       productivity, which has declined as wages and working 
       conditions in Asia and Latin America have improved 
588    Title from PDF title page (viewed on June 27, 2014) 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. 
       Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to 
       ProQuest affiliated libraries 
650  0 Industrial management 
653    asset control 
653    asset management 
653    control theory 
653    enterprise control 
653    enterprise control systems 
653    Industrial Revolution 
653    industrial safety 
653    industrialization 
653    industrial business 
653    industrial operations 
653    operations empowerment 
653    operations excellence 
653    operations management 
653    organizational silos 
653    process control 
653    profitability control 
653    speed of business 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Boyes, Walter Murray.,|eauthor 
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