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" There is a tremendous amount of valuable information within every company and not all of it emerges in the form of information in the decision making and amelioration process. Ultimately, our objective is to create tools and work methods that will generate constant improvement whether or not we are present, and will continue for many years even after we have left the company. "

Ze'ev Ronen - Founder & CEO

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Management With KPIs

Our Work Method - Targets and Indicators as a tool to help Improve Profits and Performance

There is a tremendous amount of valuable information within every company and some of it does not emerge in the form of information in the decision making and amelioration process. Ultimately, our objective is to create tools and work methods that will create constant improvement that does not depend upon our presence, and will continue for many years even after we have left the company.

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Do You Know What Your Goals Are?
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When you get into a cab, the first question the driver asks you is - where are you going? You probably always have an answer to that. After all, you wouldn't get in a cab without a destination in mind. Yet I meet people, and even businesses, with no goals. And without goals, you can’t…
How Much Are You Willing to Pay for Good Service, or How to Improve Your Customer Service
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While hiking the Israel Trail near Dimona, we often use Patrick’s services, to drive us to the starting point, and from the end point. We found Patrick a year ago, when we were looking for a driver and compared prices. But now we don’t compare the prices Patrick quotes us with other offers. Patrick has…
What Has the Coronavirus Taught Us, and Which Lessons Should We Remember Moving Forwards?
Written on 03-03-2021
The Coronavirus hit us like an apocalyptic vision. I think that if anyone had raised the possibility of such an event, even in November 2019, we’d have all treated them like a fool. Despite the surprise, globally people adjusted remarkably quickly. It’s enough to look at the parallel development of vaccines, and their approval by…
What’s the First Expense You Cut When Sales Are Down?
Written on 13-01-2021
I don’t know about your specific company, but usually the first step is layoffs. Most often, labor costs aren’t the biggest expense, but it always seems simplest, fastest, and easiest to fire employees - and if and when sales are back up, recruit new ones. Furthermore, we know there is always latent redundancy, so we…

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