Continuous Improvement for Small Businesses

When thinking about large organizations, it is easy to envision their inefficiencies. And oftentimes they are plagued with layers of bureaucracy, and stuff like continuous improvement falls through the cracks. How about small businesses and startups? Are you immune to this dangerous money sucking line of thought? Truth is, there are inefficiencies in every organization, no matter the size. There are always ways to improve, especially for small businesses who may not have the time or capacity to establish standard processes and implement a Lean culture. Let us help get you started transforming your culture by changing your mind about continuous improvement. 

5 Ways to Use Supply Chain Management to Increase Your Profits

Supply chain management is the key to a successful business. Implementing process improvements to your supply chain will make the difference between a successful business and just getting by. However, it can be very easy to get comfortable with your supply chain process, and be resistant to any change. But it’s important to identify any inefficiencies in your process and improve them, to ultimately increase your bottom line.

How to Spot Bottlenecks in Your Business (And What to do About Them)

"That's the way we've always done it." If you've been in the business world for any amount of time, you've probably heard this statement get thrown around. You know that performing certain tasks and business practices, or following established processes is not always the most efficient way to get things done. Bottlenecks form to slow up progress, divert resources, and ultimately waste money. Yet we tend to perpetuate the habit because “we’ve always done it that way”. In one particular article about bottlenecks, the author’s solution for bottlenecks was looking at new technology and simply be aware of processes slowing things down and actively pursue a way to improve them.

How COVID-19 Affects Your Company as it Reopens

We live in a new world now. COVID-19 has changed so much about how we do everything, including work. Business owners and executives across the globe are facing something that they have never had to face before. They need to make decisions they have never had to make. How do I bring my employees back safely? Do I even bring them back at all? Professionals in every field have proven they can fulfill their job responsibilities while working remotely. Still, there are many things to consider. Let us look at some of the realities that a lot of leaders are facing.

5 Things to Do Today That Will Benefit Your Business Tomorrow


What is Supply Chain Management?

The phrase "supply chain management" gets thrown around a lot these days as businesses navigate COVID-19, but what exactly does that mean? It's a bit more complicated than not having toilet paper on the shelves. Sure that's part of it, but have you ever really thought about all the stages that toilet paper goes through before you pick up a package in the store?

Restaurant Owners and Managers: Get Lean and Thrive


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