Continuous improvement needs like cost reduction and operational excellence are among the top needs that we hear from manufacturers. VMEC Advisors are master trainers, coaches and highly experienced implementers in all aspects of LEAN Manufacturing and Administrative / Office LEAN.
Operational Excellence and Continuous Improvement
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VMEC can recommend and support systems and solutions to identify and systematically drive out ‘waste’ in all of its forms. These forms include transform office/administrative and plant processes, solve problems, lower costs, improve quality, increase customer and employee satisfaction, manage talent and train employees, and grow a culture of continuous improvement. VMEC Advisors focus on how to transform and continuously improve companies and organizations. Our advisors are helping them implement innovative strategies that positively impact top and bottom lines of their enterprises. These strategies are enabling the achievement of new levels of success. We help leaders plan and implement winning strategies to create and sustain a profitable future. We understand all that’s required to grow revenues, profits and increase enterprise value.
Executive Coaching is a one-on-one activity that is usually scheduled over a prolonged period, from three months to a year. Our Executive Coaching is tailored specifically to meet the individual’s specific needs and thus often occurs on site or via phone, both scheduled, as well as just-in-time.
VMEC can assist you in achieving the industry quality system standards that will help you attract new customers, retain existing customers and compete in the global market. We help you implement a quality management system that increases productivity, reduces errors and defects. These systems are an integral part of your business strategy and continuous improvement program.
The root causes of all forms of waste need to be relentlessly eliminated. Cost reduction strategies should be implemented at the earliest possible stages of the product and business life cycles to increase profitability, versus applying cost reduction and cost containment strategies after products and services have matured and profit margins are declining.