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.
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This may send shivers down the spines of control freaks everywhere, but let’s face it: Rewarding employees for a job well done when it’s the same job they’ve been doing all day, every day for months or years gets really old, really fast.
In an increasingly competitive market, businesses have never been so heavily reliant on their people. But, are we helping them to perform at their best?
Almost all companies have several standard operating procedures in place to ensure that the workplace remains safe and that the quality, cost and delivery of products and services is controlled. But if yours is like most companies, you encounter at least the occasional challenge when it comes to compliance with SOPs, making them not quite as standard as they should be.
Are you building a culture of continuous improvement within your organization? The first step is engaging in true leadership and seeing how it relates to productivity improvement efforts. What is true leadership…?
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
Executive Millwork takes ICT seriously in its improvement plans through a Productivity Alberta pilot course
Anyone who’s been in business for a while knows that it’s much cheaper to retain current clients and customers than it is to find new ones. And the best way to make sure you keep customers coming back is to let them tell you what they want. Not only does customer feedback give you invaluable insight into how your company can improve its products and services, but it also gives your customers a chance to have a voice in how your company is run—and that can instantly lead to greater customer loyalty.
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