Consortium of Advanced Management International CAM-I
CAM-I is an international consortium of manufacturing and service companies, government organizations, consultancies, and academic and professional bodies who have elected to work cooperatively in a pre-competitive environment to solve management problems and critical business issues that are common to the group.
CAM-I, working with its membership, has created innovative cost management models which have improved target costing methods through the application of process based management and performance management tools. CAM-I is a leader in environmental sustainability methodologies and intelligent data quality. Our members are large organizations who have firsthand knowledge in enterprise risk management. We also have advanced applications in the fields of planning and budgeting processes and change adaptation and learning. CAM-I is here to put all this business knowledge and experience into a form that allows our members to benefit.
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CAM-I Mission Statement
The mission of CAM-I is to serve as a collaborative forum of thought leaders who develop practical and effective management tools, techniques and methods to advance the way organizations manage costs, processes and performance.
Our vision is to be recognized as the premier collaborative forum for innovative, leading edge management solutions that create lasting value.
CAM-I Quarterly Reports – 2013
CAM-I Current Projects and Initiatives
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|The CAM-I foundation for changing the way organizations manage their business.|
- December 9th - 11th, 2013 - Austin, Texas Register
- March 10th – 12th, 2014 – Alexandria, Virginia
CAM-I Value Proposition
- ROI - Proven revenue generation and cost savings by application of CAM-I best practices. Member company analyses and case studies have documented profitability improvements and reported annual savings of between $1Million to $21 Million (40X to 840X ROI!).
- Applied research in the areas of Business optimization and Financial value optimization.
- Access to practical, proven, advanced management methods and tools, and to the Fortune 500 companies who are using them via the CAM-I "Members Portal"
Read article from John A. Miller on “Model your way to better business performance”
The basic mission of any commercial organization is to profitably convert resources (people, materials, machinery, equipment, facilities, etc) into products and services customers want to buy. The means of conversion encompasses all of the processes and activities required to make and deliver products and services and to run the business.
In a world where everyone has access to the same raw materials, labor pools, suppliers, machinery, and often the same technology, competition is fierce. In most industries, the only way to differentiate from competitors is in process productivity, performance, and innovation.
Read the full article Model_your_way_to_better_business_performance.
Derek Sandison, Vice President of Strategic Alliances with Decimal Technology, a software and consulting firm, and Ward Melhuish, a Principal at Grant Thornton were interviewed by Federal News Radio’s Chris Dorobek on the recent release of CAM-I’s “Performance Management Maturity Framework”
Together with many other things the focus was on how agencies can improve performance.
There are a lot of questions swirling around about the 2011 budget. But one thing is pretty clear - Your budget is getting cut.
CAM-I Welcomes Our Recent Members
CAM-I’s combination of thought leadership in cost management, process management, performance management creates a unique opportunity and value proposition for enterprise data and information management.
Bank of America
Stellargy Services decided to join the association for several reasons. First, as a IT service delivery company, we want to remain abreast of the new ideas and processes for improving our company’s performance and our clients. The obvious foundational pillar of CAM-I objectives. Secondly, to create relationships with the CAM-I members in order to discuss problems, and solutions that may help with operational improvement and revenue growth for all parties.
Stellargy Services LLC
I joined CAM-I because of the opportunities it brings each member to meet one another and discuss effective management tools and best management ideas and practices that can lead to manage costs, processes and performance and the overall success of a company. The networking opportunities to learn in a “like-minded” group adds to the ROI on time and investment.