Operations Improvement

The operation is the backbone of the organization. By developing and improving products, processes and people, an organization’s operation can flourish and increase the competitiveness of the business.

If any one of these areas within the operation is not optimal, the entire organization can underperform resulting in loss of profits, productivity and market share.

There are numerous proven approaches that can be deployed that focus on improving quality, efficiency and safety. The organization can use internationally recognized standards for compliance, establish a viable safety plan and improve processes that will decrease costs and capacity – improving employee morale and expertise, and increasing the bottom line.


Typical Results:



  • customer satisfaction

  • productivity

  • material yields

  • capacity

  • on-time delivery

  • quality

  • cash flow and gross margin

  • environmental and safety compliance



  • set-up time

  • lead time

  • cost of goods sold (COGS)

  • inventory

  • cost of poor quality


Applied Bodies of Knowledge:

  • Lean Six Sigma

  • Theory of Constraints

  • Industrial Engineering

  • Manufacturing Engineering

  • Supply Chain Optimization

  • Operational Excellence

  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

  • Reliability Centered Maintenance

  • Equipment Performance

  • Production / Operations Management

  • Training Within Industry (TWI)

  • Quality Management Systems (ISO/AS Registration)

  • Environmental Management Systems

  • Safety Management Systems

Automation / Mechanization / Robotics

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