Executive Courses

Executive Courses

FIT Manufacturing

FIT manufacturing (FIT MFG) focuses on optimizing an entire system, rather than attempting to fix individual parts. It’s an all-encompassing tool based on the interaction of 10 naturally occurring intrinsic orders. FIT MFG considers time to be the most valuable resource and focuses on managing entropy (potential energy). When followed correctly, this system is infallible, being governed by the laws of physics.

T/A-B Costing

Throughput activity-based costing (T/A-B costing) is a method that recognizes the casual relationship of cost drivers to cost activities by measuring the cost and performance of process-related activities and cost objects. Costs are assigned to activities based on resource consumption and then assigned to cost objects based on activity consumption. The main objectives of our T/A-B costing course include

  • Improving intrinsic cash flow
  • Improving share price
  • Enhancing EBITDA margin
  • Positively impacting organizational profit dollars
  • Increasing market share

Enterprise OpEx

Operational excellence (OpEx) serves as the cornerstone of organizational leadership and systemically stresses and utilizes the application of a variety of principles, systems, and tools toward the sustainable improvement of key performance metrics to include EBITDA, cash flow, safety, quality, OEE, BTS, LPA, fast response, and much more.

Standard Work Development

Our Butterfly Effect corporate workshop teaches you how to bring those few critical items into focus. Then, showing you how focusing on what matters through standardization and consistency can dramatically improve your company’s cash flow, market share, and share price while competing in a global marketplace.

Six Sigma

Six sigma consists of five project phases, known as the DMAIC improvement methodology:

  • Define: Define the project—forming a team with agreed, clear goals and effective sponsorship
  • Measure: Measuring the product/process—gathering data on current performance
  • Analyze: Analysis of the product/process—identifying and quantifying root causes of current performance
  • Improve: Improving the product/process—implementing performance improvements
  • Control: Putting effective controls in place—maintaining predicted benefits and project closure
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