Change Management and Profitability

While no one knows more about your operations than the people who come to work for you each day, they are busy and may not stop to analyze their own work or suggest innovations. By lending an independent perspective and our full attention to reviewing your operations, we can examine roles and procedures in context of the overall flow and objectives of your business. We offer extensive experience, dedicated resources and a structured approach to prioritizing and implementing high impact improvements.

These initiatives will yield profound and lasting results because we involve your staff and management in the process. Together, we can decide how to increase efficiency and profitability based on operational improvements and technological solutions. Consider the following to determine whether you could benefit from reviewing your operations:

  • Do bottlenecks or “exceptions” occur regularly in key functions?
  • Do your employees suggest or initiate improvements to current procedures?
  • Are staff members performing time consuming or repetitive tasks that might be automated?
  • Do all business units function to reflect the same operational priorities?
  • Do managers and executives regularly receive the information they need to make the best operational decisions?
  • If your sales or customer base doubled, could your current operations support that growth? Would profit levels be maintained or improved?

We can work with you to:

  • Analyze existing procedures and reports to identify opportunities to improve business practices.
  • Develop a prioritized action plan to increase efficiency and strengthen internal controls.

Coordinate and manage a customized, viable plan to:

  • Streamline and automate workflow;
  • Increase cash flow;
  • Maximize the productivity and value of each department and employee;
  • Improve quality of products and services;
  • Document and communicate new and existing job functions; and
  • Provide effective training for revised or existing procedures.
  • Design management reports that clearly measure productivity and profits, and compare current results with stated goals.
  • Demonstrate use of operating data to identify emerging trends and enable management to respond proactively.
  • Monitor progress of operational improvements and recommend additional actions, as appropriate.

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