Consumer products and light manufacturing case studies focus on how the Kepner-Tregoe (KT) structured approach to decision making is used to achieve business results for clients worldwide. KT case studies provide insights into the challenges that Kepner-Tregoe and clients were presented with, the type of changes KT helped the client undergo, and the often-dramatic results that organizations have seen after implementing these changes.
Kepner-Tregoe consumer products or light manufacturing case studies confront challenges specific to these industries; decisions around capital expenditure, product development, manufacturing, regulatory issues, as well as other industry specific challenges that have a long term impact on business health. Kepner-Tregoe (KT) structured decision making, based on facts weighted against objectives, not only leads to better decisions but also documents the thinking behind important decisions.
Kepner-Tregoe works with clients to improve the strategic decision making that will drive the organization forward, and develops their capabilities in making day-to-day operational decisions that are based on the best balanced choice. The consumer products and light manufacturing case studies provide examples of using structured decision making to achieve the best outcomes for product development, manufacturing issues, capital spending, or other important focuses.
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View our Consumer Products Case Studies Just Below
- Business Process Improvement (BPI)
An organization’s intellectual property: including trademarks, trade names, and copyrights are at the heart of an organization’s asset value. This case study describes how KT’s structured approach to business process improvement was used to protect these key assets.
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- Accelerating and Improving Decision Making for a Major Capital Expenditure
CSR Limited, one of Australia’s leading manufacturers, uses the systematic KT processes to accelerate and improve decision making for major capital expenses. This case study demonstrates the dramatic difference a systematic approach can make…
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