Identifies and focuses on what creates value for the customer while questioning and minimizing what does not.
Developing a business usually starts with an analysis that provides answers as to what potential exists and what needs to be done to reach it.
Well-defined processes are a powerful tool for creating customer focus, identifying key handovers and highlighting where value is created in the organization.
Our approach is inspired by Toyota, which develops operations and people through Kaizen and Kaikaku, which stands for continuous and radical improvement.
A powerful tool to find the best possible improvements in their own operations and identify and implement best practice.
Characterized by: customer focus; data & fact-driven management; process orientation; proactivity; collaboration across organizational boundaries and a quest for perfection.
One of the cornerstones of Lean and a Japanese acronym for Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and Shitsuke, which in English translates as: Sort, Structure, Clean, Standardize and Create Habit.
An important part of Lean that is used to get a clear picture of what improvements need to be made for the business to create customer value effectively.
Productivity Potential Assessment is a proven method in the manufacturing industry that often shows an improvement potential of around 30%.
We create the conditions for achieving strategic procurement goals through a holistic approach to the supply chain and simple, proven tools.
A systematic identification of the points of contact between an organization and its customer, and of what is important to the customer, leading to a better fulfillment of the customer's real needs.
As opposed to digitalization, it is a comprehensive change where large parts or the whole business use digital initiatives to create a lasting improvement that is anchored in strategies and plans.
Failure Mode and Effect Analysis is a type of failure effect analysis used in the manufacturing industry to pro-actively manage risks to products and processes during the development phases.
A well-defined structure to describe the link between strategy, business processes, IT infrastructure and integrations between different systems.