champy


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champy

(ˈtʃæmpɪ)
adj, champier or champiest
obsolete (of earth) churned up by the feet or hooves of animals
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In particular, the book repeatedly comes back to the business process reengineering (BPR) fad that had recently swept business, set off by the publication of the best-selling book Reengineering Work: Don't Automate, Obliterate by Mike Hammer and James Champy in 1993.
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A business process can be defined as any sequence of interrelated activities which transforms inputs into valuable outputs for a customer (Hammer and Champy, Reengineering the corporation, 2003).
In fact, several years after the craze ended, Michael Hammer, James Champy and Curtis Davenport, the three founders of reengineering, issued written apologies to the industrial world, admitting that amidst the enthusiasm of groundbreaking change, they had forgotten about people.
Technology changes the nature of competition in ways companies do not expect (Hammer & Champy, 2001).
In the 1970s, Michelet and Champy developed the method of using small, bendable non-compression plates along the support structure of the mandible as a semirigid means of fixation, and together they showed that if these plates were applied correctly utilizing an anatomical concept according to the bands of tension and compression on the mandible, the fixation would be adequate.
In 1986 Champy et al reported the mechanical characteristics of osteosynthetic titanium miniplates in which hardness was 120-180 HN (Hardness Number), while in this study hardness of both the plates comes in this range so these findings confirm the study of Champy et al9.
The squad will be accompanied by a team of coaches and support staff including Al Kindi, Abdul Aziz Al Shidi, Oman Sail's National Optimist coach, Hamed Al Yahmadi, National Sailing Team Coordinator, Alain Champy, Head of the Oman Sail Performance Pathway, Marina Psichogiou, Youth Sailing Development Manager and Sultan Al Zadjali who will attend as Assistant Optimist Coach, ahead of his role as Head Coach of the team at the upcoming ASAF Youth Cup next week.
Others, such as Johannes Peters and Nani Champy turn to France, where their unconventional creativity is better appreciated.
Champy (1994) can be presumed as a subset of Davenport's business process definition: "a collection of activities that takes one or more kinds of input and creates an output that is of value to the customer".
Roach are the target species on the Tees when the water is coloured, as top French angler Pascal Champy proved earlier this winter