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Welcome back to the third installment of our Book ClubPart 3: Assessing Performance Continuing our read of the book: Lean Six Sigma for Dummies by John Morgan and Martin-Brenig Jones, we are now continuing onto Part 3 of the book which consists of Chapters 6 to 8.Chapter 6 – Gathering Information One key Lean Six… Read more »
A proud Albertan company Jandel Homes is a proud Albertan company that has been retailing modular homes all across the prairies [Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba], British Colombia and all over the Territories for over 45 years. Today, they are one of western Canada’s largest modular home retailers, with large Sales Centres in Edmonton and Grande… Read more »
Welcome back to the second installment of our Book Club Part 2: Working with Lean Six Sigma Continuing our read of the book: Lean Six Sigma for Dummies by John Morgan and Martin-Brenig Jones, we are now continuing onto Part 2 of the book which consists of Chapters 3 to 5.Chapter 3 – Identify Customers… Read more »
It started with an ARC In 2016, GO Productivity delivered an ARC (Assessment, Road-map and Coaching) to Oakville Stamping & Bending. The ARC, as it traditionally does, looked at establishing a focused productivity and innovation plan to help support the business, in the wake of a range of new growth opportunities that had presented themselves…. Read more »
How you view job-related training at your company is a big determiner of how engaged your employees are, how they feel when they come to work, and how able your company is to tackle productivity improvement projects. If you see training as purely an expense item, you’ll probably have employees who are disengaged at best,… Read more »
CAM Industrial dove into improving their processes with the ARC+ and improved their sales quote cycle time by 25%.
Welcome to the first installment of our Book Club. This week we will be starting our first segment on the book: Lean Six Sigma for Dummies by John Morgan and Martin Brenig-Jones. This week we will touch upon Part 1: Getting Started With Lean Six Sigma, which will comprise of Chapter 1: Defining Lean Six… Read more »
Whether we like it or not, most of us have a tendency to fall mostly into the camp of either structural leadership or entrepreneurial leadership. Some see the value in debating which is more effective, but the fact is that neither will work in all situations encountered by leaders in the workplace, and the most effective leaders are able to use some combination of the two.
With many new emerging technologies starting to take precedence, they can seem complicated and convoluted despite the potential advantages (and disadvantages) that they bring. Major companies are embracing the rapid pace of change and taking in these new technologies, this in turn, will create pressure on other companies to adapt to the new realities created… Read more »