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In 2001, David Spade’s magnum opus ‘Joe Dirt’ was released, to critical fanfare (11% at Rotten Tomatoes) and commercial success ($27M in domestic gross). A coming of age tale about the eponymous antihero (played by Spade), the film tells the story of a young man whose parents had a mullet wig surgically grafted to his head because his skull failed to completely form, before leaving him behind at the Grand Canyon at the tender age of only eight years old. Joe would go on to grow up in a plethora of foster homes, each with a series of misadventures more

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By Eric Johnson When embarking on a process improvement journey, it is critical to first know the details of the root causes, your resources skills and constraints, and most importantly your culture's ability to thrive under the new changes. Process Improvement initiatives often arise out of a number of different situations as a solution to issues organizations currently face. The initiative may be an idea of an executive that has prior process improvement experience or exposure to process improvement information or conversations, and ascribes to capturing those benefits for her area. Or it may originate from a middle manager who has participated

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