What Is Operational Excellence
Operational Excellence is not a new phenomenon. The concept and term have been around for almost 20 years. The first known use of the term was by Larry Bossidy’s deployment team to describe their expanded Six Sigma Deployment at Allied Signal (now Honeywell). It is a way of looking at business as a whole rather than dealing with the individual parts of a business separately. Operational Excellence is made up of four main categories. They include:
The reason Operational Excellence or OpEx has become so popular now is the need for organizations to streamline to provide the best product or service at the lowest cost possible. This allows companies in Malaysia to be real competition to foreign firms producing the same products.
Operational Excellence (OE) Execution Strategy
In order to achieve Operational Excellence within a company, you need a clear plan of action and a good partner to help you through the process of implementing a Business Plan that includes the four categories listed above. There are many pieces to this puzzle, and Lean Applied has worked with many organizations to help them achieve Operational Excellence.
The key is a good frame work sometimes referred to as the Operational Excellence House. This framework includes things like Six Sigma, Lean, Kaizen, and other key methods that are used together to complete the structure. You can’t have a completed house without each piece.
Lean Applied not only offers classes for businesses on a global basis, but individuals not even involved in the larger workforce can take advantage of our training and certification. It is best to have as much knowledge early on in the game regarding Operational Excellence and Continuous Improvement deployment.
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