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Our pricing structure is tailored to the specific needs of each project. We offer competitive rates and can provide detailed pricing proposals upon request.
The preliminary consultation call is provided at no charge if we mutually agree to proceed with the project after the call. However, if you decide not to move forward with our services following the call, there is a nominal consultation fee of $50 USD. This fee helps cover the time and expertise provided during the consultation. We are committed to offering transparent and fair pricing practices throughout our engagement process.
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Yes, we highly recommend a preliminary consultation call. This call allows us to understand your specific needs and determine if our services align with your project goals. We believe in providing value from the very beginning, and this initial discussion helps ensure that.
The structure and duration of a consulting project can vary depending on the scope and complexity of your specific needs.
Typically, a project consists of several phases, including assessment, planning, implementation, and follow-up. The duration will be determined during the initial scoping phase based on your objectives and the intricacies of your industrial processes.
Yes, we can provide a comprehensive project proposal and scope of work document that outlines project objectives, deliverables, timelines, and pricing details to ensure transparency and alignment with your expectations.
We start with a comprehensive needs assessment to understand your unique challenges and objectives. We then develop a customized solution that aligns with your goals.
Yes, we offer post-project support, maintenance, and performance monitoring to ensure that the solutions we implement continue to deliver optimal results.
We have experienced working on projects in various regions and are willing to travel as needed to serve our clients.
Yes, we provide training and knowledge transfer sessions to empower your in-house teams with the skills and knowledge gained during the project.
Consultants are more than able to accelerate the transformation of any business. It is much easier to understand new principles if they can be explained in detail with practical examples to aid the understanding. Without external support the new techniques can be applied but with perhaps less efficiency and more time consumed. To have someone to follow through the process is usually easier to understand and roll out.
Starting to utilize Lean & Kaizen does not automatically mean the purchase of costly equipment. It is about changing the way in which people operate and communicate. Lean & Kaizen principles challenge the traditional top-down management style by demonstrating how Team development and teamwork can improve productivity in the processes of any company.
The aim of implementing the Lean & Kaizen system is basically to save cost and maximize the profitability of the company. Using its philosophy and tools helps you realize that aim in a structured and sustainable manner.
The effectiveness is usually measured according to production cost, quality, and productivity.
An operating system based on Lean & Kaizen is applicable to any business. It’s not a rigid prescriptive process but rather a process that achieves the end result in a flexible manner by following guidelines. The fact that Lean & Kaizen is a process directed towards a set of Principles means that it can be applied to any operation.
To put it simply, there is no real “best” time to start implementing Lean & Kaizen. The whole process is worthwhile once the senior leadership team puts in their best efforts because even when change is sparked, it needs strong leadership to keep going.
Pro tip: Persevere and don’t quit. Bring at least a small improvement every day.
Definitely! Lean & Kaizen can and should be applied to all areas of your business. Many companies spend tons of energy on Operations, but there are just as many savings to be made in the office or indirect activities.