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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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How Often Should Teams Meet to Discuss Analysis and Improvement Schemes
Written on 12-02-2019
When the team deals with sales development or debt collection, there is almost no new information on a daily basis, and so there's no need to meet daily. But work on the production floor is continuous and at the very least daily. So there are new developments every day. Should results be analyzed daily? Weekly? Monthly?
Working with Lean Canvas and Why It's the Best Tool for New Startups or Products
Written on 28-01-2019
Often excitement is so overwhelming that companied start developing a new business without first examining risks and chance of success. Sometimes, we look at a business close to ours, competitors are profiting in it, and we decided to enter it and join the big players. We jump into the water, and discover too late we…
Creating a Yearly Work-Plan – A Step-by-Step Guide
Written on 17-01-2019
Around the end of every year I get questions about creating a work-plan for the upcoming year. First, I'd like to point out that the very end of the year is too late to start working on a yearly-plan for the next year. Additionally, it is better to base yearly plans on a larger, multi-year plan.
How to Manage Dead Inventory and What You Can Get Out of a Yearly Inventory-Check
Written on 02-01-2019
Dead inventory is accumulated by many companies. Most often it will consist of mistakenly-ordered raw materials, or excess materials which "were on sale", or that have become redundant due to product changes. Doesn’t It Make More Sense to Get Rid of Dead Stock?

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