Transformational Program Management | Continuous Improvement

By: Alora Consultants  05/12/2011
Keywords: Improvement Project

You might implement a successful Continuous Improvement project. You might be able to point to the raw data that shows that the project has achieved, or even exceeded, its objectives. Is this enough?

Unless your project brings about a cultural change within your company, it has not been a total success. The Continuous Improvement ideas and practices need to become an integral part of ongoing company operations. A Continuous Improvement project can only be as successful as the commitment to change that motivates it. And this motivation must extend from the project team to transform the company culture.

The project team must promote the benefits of the change. Senior management must visibly support the change. Employees must feel empowered by the change. And customers must see the benefits of the change.

Our services help clients to implement transformational programs that lead to cultural changes and robust, sustainable improvement systems. These services include Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Variation Reduction, Standardised Tasks, 5S, Employee Empowerment, Continuous Process Flow, Visual Control, Cultural Assessments, Statistical Process Control (SPC), Just in Time (JIT), Pull Systems, Poka Yoke, RCA, Vendor Management and SMED.

Keywords: Improvement Project

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