Anything an organization does can be defined in terms of a
process. Making processes as effective and efficient as possible
drives cost, waste, frustration and unnecessary work out of an
organization. Improved processes return improved profitability,
productivity, quality, morale and competitiveness to an organization.
We assist our
clients in identifying, analyzing, improving and reengineering existing
processes to meet new standards, goals and objectives and introduce lean
engineering to reduce process waste.
We work with our clients to
1. Define their
business in terms of core and supporting processes
2. Review their processes to understand and prioritize
opportunities for improvement.
3. Conduct process improvement projects
4. Install a state of continuous process improvement in their
5. Ensure processes, inputs and outputs are aligned with
linked processes and stakeholders
6. Design sustainability into their improved processes
Among others, we employ Lean
and Six Sigma practices in our projects.
Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) is a strategic approach for
developing a culture of continuous improvement in the areas of
reliability, process cycle times, costs in terms of less total
resource consumption, quality, and productivity. Deployed
effectively, it increases quality and productivity, while reducing
waste and cycle time. (U.S. Army)