Today most customers expect unique products and immediate services. In order to meet this expectation, we frequently need accelerated response times and greater efficiencies.
According to lean thinking, we don’t certainly need to work more or faster to achieve this. Eliminating unnecessary, non value add activities from our processes give us a much better result and also presents a more humanistic approach. In case we carry out our improvements by engaging the colleagues who run the actual process, we can make a positive impact on their motivation and commitment at the same time.
Lean tools use common sense, they are easy to present and easy to learn. Our successful projects demonstrate that great improvements can be achieved in process cycle times (up to 90% improvement), in inventories (above 20% reduction) or in manpower efficiencies (20% or more improvement). Our support can include specialist- and leadership level trainings, workshop facilitation and project management.
At Concordia we are experts in improving both administrative and manufacturing processes, our specialty is that we are not only confident in applying the technical tools, but we are paying expert attention to the human side, so to embed the improvement thinking into our clients’ culture.
Please do not hesitate to contact our colleagues via email or phone.
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"We commissioned Concordia to develop a program that would, instead of developing general leadership skills, refresh the existing leadership skills set of our team of leaders with decades of experience, and thereby endow them with a healthier leadership approach and skills that are also well suited for managing current leadership challenges. The 18-month program was made all the more exciting by the fact that the company was transferred to new ownership before the program was completed. Building on their existing leadership experience Concordia managed to fully involve our managers in the program, and to reform the corporate leadership credo by focusing on questions and issued already brought to the surface by the changing environment. The program left ample space for the topics and situations suggested by the participants, and Concordia managed to maintain all frameworks and close off individual sections as required by the overall objective, regardless of the degree of emotional involvement.
All in all it was a well thought out, comprehensive program. We would especially like to thank Mr. Tamás Szilágyi who, by virtue of his calmness and coaching techniques, sometimes provided support for the organisers, too."