Work Done Right: Using Systems Thinking To Guide Your Digital Transformation
Work Done Right: Using Systems Thinking to Guide Your Digital Transformation By Matthew Kleiman
In this book, you will learn:
  • Why even industry leading companies can fall victim to systematic errors
  • Real-world examples that demonstrate how to use systems analysis to diagnose why errors happen, where they are most likely to occur, and how you can significantly reduce the likelihood that they will occur
  • How to use cutting-edge digital tools, such as AI, to create lasting change by automating and optimizing error-reduction processes throughout your operations
  • How to overcome digitalization challenges and generate optimal results from incorporating the latest digital tools into your operational processes
  • How to calculate the cost of inaction vs the cost of implementation when considering making changes
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Work Done Right was written for:

Industrial facility and construction project owners and managers 

Those responsible for quality, productivity, or efficiency at their jobsites

Individuals seeking a systematic approach to problem-solving 

About The Author

Matthew Kleiman is an experienced entrepreneur, executive, investor, and author, dedicated to enhancing safety and sustainability in industrial maintenance and construction. As the co-founder & CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems, an award-winning connected worker platform, he ensures mission-critical work is done correctly the first time, every time. 

Leveraging his extensive industry knowledge from roles at Shell and Draper, Kleiman is committed to creating a lasting, positive impact on the industry. 

Matthew Kleiman Author of Work Done Right and CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems

Featured Chapters

Discover how digitalization can revolutionize your operations and set a new standard for excellence.

Chapter 1:
Identifying the Problem

“If you define the problem correctly, you almost have the solution.”

—Steve Jobs

Chapter 2:
How to Use Systems Thinking

“Functional things cannot thrive in dysfunctional systems.”

—Hendrith Vanlon Smith Jr., CEO of Mayflower-Plymouth

Chapter 3: 
Looking at Your System in the Mirror

Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.”

—Margaret J. Wheatley

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