Companies do not have to be as complex as their environment. They need to be sufficiently complex in the right places, but drastically simplified in others. When it comes to managing complexity in the long term, the process and organizational perspectives matter. Both perspectives must be taken into account and reconsidered.
Video: Business Process Management
You synchronize your process and organizational structure and align it with your corporate strategy
You optimize your processes and management structures in line with future market requirements for agility, flexibility and speed
You visualize your processes and optimize your complexity and productivity
You increase the motivation and performance readiness of your teams
As part of a comprehensive initiative for the introduction of lean management at a steel manufacturer, two pilot processes in the supply chain were to be optimized in addition to the introduction of a process map.
In this project, the first step was to identify areas for action to increase agility by means of an agility audit. Based on this, the second step was to implement corresponding agile processes, structures and principles during a pilot project.
An ongoing operational excellence initiative was to be rolled out to all development areas and processes at a machine and plant manufacturer.