Monthly Archives: May 2014

Implementing Rigor

By Ed Hisscock | Posted on: May 21, 2014

It’s not that hard. Fred opens his post this month with the statement that rigor is hard. I disagree, slightly. Rigor, in my opinion, is only hard at the outset. Once established, the flywheel takes over and rigor becomes just … Continue reading

For Extraordinary Results, Rigor Must be the Framework and Discipline to Get You There

By Darren Vianueva | Posted on: May 21, 2014

In the purest sense rigor is strictness, severity or harshness when dealing with people or the full extreme severity of rules. In supply chain, rigor is about bringing discipline, rules, thoroughness, consistencies and framework to processes and operations. It is … Continue reading

Rigor (This is Hard)

By Fred Crans | Posted on: May 21, 2014

The third “R” is Rigor. And brother, this is a hard one to write about – at least for me. Ask anyone what the term means and you will get several variations of the same thing: Rigor is hard – … Continue reading