“Learn from the past, prepare for the future, live in the present.” – Thomas S. Monson At GO Productivity, our focus is continuous improvement. But it isn’t just important to us, or the small and medium sized enterprises that we work with. In fact, it was extremely important to one of the forgotten founding fathers… Read more »
Blog Success Stories
Executive Summary Oakville Stamping & Bending (OS&B) has been in business for more than 40 years and is now one of Canada’s largest manufacturers and distributors of plumbing products. The company is a leader and innovator and has been on a continuous improvement journey including lean for a number of years, but the company’s management… Read more »
Safety is always a major concern for any company, but it is rarely more important than in the world of construction. Waiward Steel recently adopted the MODOS competency management system. With any company, when the number of workers increases, the system in place becomes more and more valuable. The MODOS system has been embraced across… Read more »
Executive Summary Davey Textile Solutions Inc. transformed their business from a distributor to a vertically integrated manufacturer, and the learning curve has been steep. From getting acquainted with new equipment to learning whole new processes and ways of working, Davey Textile Solutions continues to serve their clients and build capacity to provide more and better… Read more »
Learn how GO Productivity helped Kaymor Machining & Welding Ltd. find nearly $100,000 in annual cost savings and helped realize significant reductions in inventory costs and lost-time.
Hamdon is a privately held company that focuses on oil and gas well optimization and production engineering. They are strong believers in productivity improvement and one of our biggest fans. Read on to hear their take on the value of the Supply Chain Collaboration Program and the Frontline Leadership Program.
For small companies, preparing for growth in a new market can be a big job. LubeCorp Manufacturing Inc. did it with help from Productivity Alberta and the Aerospace and Defence Productivity and Competitiveness Pilot Program.
Change starts from within and bad habits are hard to break but Productivity Alberta’s pilot Adoption ICT program armoured a Calgary construction company with useful tools and better processes
An agrifoods success story admits lean practices need polishing up on