Gaining Operational Efficency
Everyone is working harder than ever, trying to deliver consistent value to the customer, but still we need to do even more with even less?
This is a common story – we hear it a lot at Business Reloaded.
The usual solution is to call upon the Six Sigma & Lean Operations Experts. However, how many times have you seen an operations consultant come into a business and yet, six months after they have left, the business is slipping back into its old ways?
Six Sigma & Lean Operations Experts have a lot to offer (we use them ourselves to help our clients) but without additional focus on both ‘context’ and ‘content’ (your culture and your resources) the changes will not get embedded into your business.
This isn’t what you want. You need to have the right processes written down, but you want them to work day-in day-out!
The Business Reloaded Solution
We see things differently. We believe that the key to success is to position the business so that it is ready to soak up the change rather than deal with the fall-out a business that has had change forced upon it.
Our solution to your need is an effective three-point plan:
Create a unified, collaborative and focused organisation – the sponge for the change!
Define and document the right way to do the right thing at the right time – eliminate waste!
Ensure that the right capability and capacity is in place to deliver – drive the change!
With this in place you’ll ensure that processes are translated into value-focused actions, minimise the time and money wasted by being inefficient, and ensure that every activity is effective at delivering value to the customer.
If you want to know more about our four-point plan to operational efficiency then simply complete the box at the top-right of this page
…or call 0845 519 5480 and ask how we can help you
Problem solving involves Context as well as Content
Operational Efficency comes from working on the business as a whole.
The key to successfully embedding operational change is to understand The Context of the issue just as much as The Content.