Management Systems

By: Value Solutions  09-12-2011
Keywords: Management Systems, Equipment Reliability, Stream Mapping,

There are many facets required for the successful leadership and survival of a company. Knowing what distinguishes you, what you stand for and which direction you are heading in is required for a strong foundation. Well-organized and regular performance reviews are an excellent way to generate accountability and optimize performance. Acquiring capital requires clear supporting arguments and a strong plan. In our quickly shrinking global economy, learning from the success of others is something that we must do to optimize our competitiveness.

Management Systems with Value Solutions:

We apply a methodical approach and have a wealth of experience to address either standard business needs or unique areas of opportunity.  Our process is to clarify needed direction and actions by quantifying needs, opportunities, results and performance.

Our goal is to provide only the tools and progress needed to address your current priorities and/or help move you to the next level. Some   examples of Routine Management tools include:

  • Defining values, vision and mission

  • Business processes definition

  • Standardization

  • Corrective Actions

  • Equipment Reliability

  • Visual Management

  • System auditing

  • Regular business reviews

Some examples of Improvement Management tools include:

  • Value Stream Mapping

  • Benchmarking

  • Annual Improvement Planning

  • Creating capital/business proposals

  • Implementing Lean

Keywords: Equipment Reliability, Management Systems, Stream Mapping,

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Program Development

We can introduce specific expert knowledge and/or additional short term resources that are not otherwise currently available. Implementing customer driven systems or those identified by you, will help support growth of business to the next level. Before a project can be created and managed, one needs to understand and create a well-defined need or purpose.


Problem Solving

Jumping to action to address symptoms and superficial causes is often a tempting mistake and that is why a careful and methodical approach is so important. Other common mistakes include stopping short of the true root cause and not validating the root cause with data. We also have familiarity with the Shainin and Six Sigma processes. Problem Solving with Value Solutions.


Waste Reduction

Toyota, who is generally considered the most efficient and highest quality car manufacturer in the world (despite their recent hiccup), still considers their own process to still contain up to 90% waste. Value Solutions can help you reduce waste in a specific operation, a process area or your entire value stream which will translate into reduced cost, improved quality, delivery and capacity.


Lean Is

Lean is not just a set of tools, but rather a holistic approach that has been transforming all types of organizations into efficient, customer driven and successful enterprises. L e an is a system – a combination of integrated tools and a philosophy that will help any organization improve results by eliminating the waste of non-value activities.


Lean Terms and Definitions

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Through our Management Systems, Program Development, Project Management, Tactical Planning and Training services, we can help you meet your customer and internal growth and development needs by. Through our Waste Reduction and Problem Solving services we can significantly add to your bottom line by. Effective project planning and implementation.