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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.
During a recent client engagement, the client told us that their scrap rate was their biggest challenge and was the number one reason that they were struggling to be profitable. The runner-up was capacity within the shop processes, since they believed that running more jobs through the shop would make them more profitable. However, after… Read more »
We’re proud to announce the release of our 2015 Annual Report. Download your copy now!
Each of us has our daily routines and habits. Most of us go about them without giving much thought to the individual tasks or actions that we undertake. Have you ever changed your routine – either on purpose or in error – and realized just how much more you have to think about things and… Read more »
In our previous blog post, Innovation Ecosystems: A New Way of Seeing (Part 1), we outlined a new way of seeing innovation and organizing to allow innovation space to grow and blossom. This week, we’re diving in and seeing what it all means to you, your business, your industry, and your future as an innovative… Read more »
As Victor Hwang wrote in a Forbes article last April (2014), “…in actuality there aren’t many new business ideas. Most of the time we just slap new labels on old things.” So when we hear or read about an actual new idea, it’s time for us to sit up, take notice and think about what makes it a new… Read more »
Who hasn’t wanted a Culture of Innovation in their organization? After all, we are constantly inundated with articles, video interviews and books telling us we must have one; that we can’t be successful without it. Countless organizations have tried wholesale “change management” or “organizational transformations” to get one, which takes a long time, requiring commitment… Read more »
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.
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?