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New vehicle redesigns have a substantial impact on used vehicle prices; 1-year-old vehicles are typically 15-20 percent more expensive than a 2-year-old vehicle, but redesigned 1-year-old vehicles add an additional 15-20 percent premium on top of those figures.
It provides a framework to manage various aspects of course redesign.
Significant process redesign opportunities exist in the medication use process, including reduction of transcription errors and medications administered prior to the pharmacist order review/verification.
What we are learning with every redesign is that the casting is stronger than the fabrication it replaces," said Jim Meath, vice president-sales and marketing, Hitchcock Industries.
Considerations would include minimizing the need for new equipment, and avoiding overcomplicating the redesign.
Over the past several years, state vocational rehabilitation (VR) programs throughout the country have been involved in fundamental redesign of the management and delivery of VR services.
The effect of information architecture is most profound among organizations that rethink and redesign entire lines of materials.
Hammer and Champy (1993) define reengineering as "the fundamental rethinking and radical redesign of business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in critical, contemporary measures of performance, such as cost, quality, service, and speed.
The redesign will make it much easier for funds to input data and ensure that every piece of information is relevant.
The Redesign Index takes into account a number of factors, including sales, to determine which redesigns were the most successful for automakers.
YOU MIGHT CALL 2006 THE year of the redesign for institutions of higher education.