Expertise: Operational Improvement

Operations Consulting

Operational Improvement - Lean Six Sigma

Today’s competitive economy raises the stakes in virtually every industry. To succeed, organizations must cut waste and become lean, move faster, and grow more efficient. They must reinforce their core capabilities, find fresh sources of differentiation, and develop the capacity for ongoing change.

To do this, Bagley helps you prioritize key processes based on the value at stake. Then, we develop a view of the current state of each based on operational data, using detailed process maps and analysis to identify major gaps. Then working closely with you team, we create a vision of the future state of each process from the ground up, along with the requirements to achieve near and long term results. This method allows us to eliminate waste, unnecessary wait times, reports, handovers and sign-offs, while ensuring the integrity of the process.

Operations Practice Areas

Cost & Asset Efficiency

Our aim is to identify and implement opportunities to improve cash flow. We help companies release cash from the balance sheet, cut costs from operations, and improve asset effectiveness.
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Lean Manufacturing

Bagley Consulting Group helps organizations build trim, flexible manufacturing networks that can adapt quickly to changing market needs. We focus on reducing costs and increasing capacity by improving efficiency, thereby helping companies find and leverage capabilities that generate competitive advantage.
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Lean Service

We help organizations identify those customer encounters which drive behaviors such as attrition, advocacy, or greater spending, and then focus improvement efforts on these critical points.
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Supply Chain

We work with organizations to redesign their supply chains for optimal flexibility. This creates a strategic advantage by being able to deliver the right product, at the right time, and in the right way, to each customer segment.
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The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time. - Henry Ford