Operational improvement is often a fundamental requirement and continuous effort for any organization that wishes to succeed in today’s environment of change and challenge. Along with operational efficiency, it can play an enormous role driving growth and profitability. Kepner-Tregoe (KT) works with clients to reduce waste, lower costs, and set up sustainable programs that achieve dependable outcomes. Kepner-Tregoe often uses overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), a valuable key performance indicator, to diagnose the utilization of operations.
KT processes improve operational efficiency by ensuring intelligent use of limited resources. Kepner-Tregoe methods engage our clients in a diagnostic process tailored to uncover opportunities which may include improving conversion cost, unit cost reduction or increasing throughput to generate higher yields.
Operational Improvement Expertise
- Asset Optimization
- Quality Improvement
- Safety Performance
- Project Execution
- Supply Chain
- Process Improvement
- Shutdown Management
- Inventory Management
- Value Engineering
Our operational improvement programs can work on their own or in conjunction with other initiatives. They are designed to integrate with existing RCM initiatives, add focus and sustainability to programs such as Lean Six Sigma and support your Operational Excellence journey.
KT training programs that are aligned with the right business process, goals, measurements and structure develop the skills needed to implement and sustain operational efficiency. Working together, we help your organization increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), providing the tools your people need to increase and sustain operational efficiency on your path to operational excellence.
Contact us to learn more about opportunities to transform your business with KT.
- Improved operational efficiency by
- Griffin Foods
- KT left us with the skill and practical experience to sustain improvements and effectively implement Targeted Performance Improvement projects ourselves. We now have a highly performing continuous improvement team.
- Andy Fuge, Operations Manager
- Griffin Foods