Total quality management. Benchmarking. Time-based competition. Reengineering. Change management. The quest for productivity, quality, and speed has spawned a remarkable number of management tools and techniques.
The resulting operational improvements have often been dramatic. Yet many companies have failed to translate those gains into sustainable profitability. Simply improving operational effectiveness does not provide a robust competitive advantage because rarely are “best practice” advantages sustainable. Once a company establishes a new best practice, its rivals tend to copy it quickly. Strategy is about doing things differently, not simply doing them better than everyone else. And it’s the key to competitive advantage.
The workshop conducted by Bodhih helps participants develop aspects of operational effectiveness like business etiquette, interpersonal effectiveness and time management to name a few.
Key Learning Points:
Improving productivity by becoming more effective at all aspects of work
Focusing on quality management
Incorporating the global best practices
Learning to use efficiency as a strategic tool
Delivering value by being more efficient
Learning Areas from this Training Program
Translating operational improvements into profits.
Using operational efficiency as a competitive advantage.
Assimilating, attaining and extending best practices
Creating an USP
Doing things differently to deliver value
Ideal or Useful for:
Managers (All Levels)
Ideal Group Size
12 to 15 Participants
Download a Session Plan For Increasing Operational Effectiveness
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