Irrespective of what type of a company you work in, management is always seeking a better way of identifying the best projects — projects that will make difference in the bottom line of the company. Let us show you how to find problem areas, capture information, and how to improve your companies processes. We want you to lead the company management where to go in company processes to find the greatest benefits.
Tell Management Were to Go
No matter how proficient a company is, performing a single task does not provide value to the customer. Only when all the tasks required to produce a product, or to provide a service are performed correctly is an output of maximum value to the customer. Almost all processes involve work being performed by resources from a number of functional departments in an enterprise.
Companies need to change their focus from improving the way individual tasks are performed, to improving how the tasks all fit together to provide value to the customer. In other words, companies need to improve their processes. This does not mean that companies stop trying to optimize the performance of individual tasks. But, in many companies there are greater opportunities for benefits to be achieved by looking at the overall process.
“Streamlining cross-company processes is the next great frontier for reducing costs, enhancing quality, and speeding operations. It’s where this decade’s productivity wars will be fought. The victors will be those companies that are able to take a new approach to business, working closely with partners to design and manage processes that extend across traditional corporate boundaries. They will be the ones that make the leap from efficiency to superefficiency.” – Michael Hammer (Harvard Business Review)