Waste – unknown to success
Processes characterise the way things are done in companies, both on management levels and on production facilities, no matter if they are officially documented or done informally. Whenever these processes are badly synchronised or do not run smoothly, there will be problems, errors and waste. Systematic process optimisation will reduce the occurrence of such defects. This will result in lower costs, optimised reaction or lead time, improved quality and a significantly higher resilience of the company – with each of these four factors strengthening the company’s economic position on a long-term basis.
Rely on our experience for a tailor-made and sustainable implementation of process optimisation in your company, thus taking full advantage of the created added value.
We take our time to gain a profound understanding of your company and its goals. Starting from here, we choose the best suited methods and tools and develop an individual concept of how process optimisation can successfully be put into practice.
Once a concept for process optimisation has been designed, feel free to ask us for our active support with applying and anchoring it in your enterprise. If need be, we also take over project and change management during implementation, train your staff members and offer customised coaching of skilled and leading personnel.
Our RNO-Consulting team has at their command a vast knowledge of methods and tools for process optimisation, like Lean, Six Sigma, Kanban, Agile or Toyota Kata. This gives us a headstart with major benefits to your business as we are not limited to one single approach, but capable of choosing the method best suited to your situation.
Adding to our long-term experience in industrial and infrastructure enterprises of all sizes – ranging from startups to classic medium-sized companies, also including international business corporations – our competence makes us a reliable partner for process optimisation.
For us success is not a vague promise but a guaranteed objective. Taking this seriously, we use a competition-based payment model which directly depends on the created added value. In this way process optimisation doesn’t cost you anything.
Dynamic Strategic Planning
Increasing uncertainty and volatility make effective planning more and more difficult. In the face of digitalisation and disruptive market shifts, static annual or multi-annual plans turn out to be inappropriate in the long run. To stay in the race nonetheless and to reach long-term targets against the odds, alternative strategic planning tools are necessary that take into account both the short-lived nature of the environment and the long-term character of strategic objectives.
Focussed risk management
Proactive risk management in your company enables you to anticipate unexpected events and to develop strategies in dealing with the outcomes. In this way you can prevent setbacks and safeguard your success on a long-term basis, particularly if you consider your company’s various planning levels in a complex risk management system.