Toyota’s Fujio Cho says leaders need to do three things: Go see, ask why, and show respect. This is a brilliantly simple summary of some well-studied and widely accepted philosophies. In this article we present some of our own thoughts on this memorable little phrase.
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Are your processes working as efficiently as they should be?
Are you able to find and solve problems within your processes?
We can guide your business through process improvements
and help you achieve the benefits you’ve been longing to realize.
The Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Minister for Western Economic Diversification Canada was in Edmonton to announce that Western Economic Diversification Canada will provide an investment of up to $596,300 to support GO Productivity through our ARC Program in improving the competitiveness of western Canadian businesses. Our ARC Assessment-Roadmap-Coaching… Read more »
GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2019 Annual Report.
Your Voice, Our 2020 Goals
We’d like to take a moment to highlight some of the great work done in the last year by our clients.
Welcome back to the 5th installment of our Book Club.Part 5: Deploying 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 5 of the book which consists of Chapters 13 to 18. This installment covers Chapters 13-15.Chapter 13… Read more »
Entering 2020, we look back at our impact in the last decade. With many new advancements in innovation and technologies going into 2020, how can we help you take advantage of these opportunities? What’s your vision for 2020?
Competitive advantage is the edge a business has over its competitor. This can be gained by offering clients better and great value. Where does your competitive advantage come from?
Welcome back to the fourth installment of our Book Club.Part 4: Improving the Process Continuing our read of the book: Lean Six Sigma for Dummies by John Morgan and Martin-Brenig Jones, we are now continuing onto Part 4 of the book which consists of Chapters 9 to 12.Chapter 9 – Identifying Value-Adding Steps and Waste… Read more »
GO Productivity and NAIT and excited to announce their strategic partnership. Read about it here.