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Hoshin Kanri for small businesses

TBD’s Hoshin Kanri programmes help you accomplish major change projects, such as strategic growth, mergers and acquisitions, or rapid turnarounds. With TBD you learn how to double or treble net profit and capital value over a two year period.

 

Doubling or trebling profits may seem an exaggeration. But with the right tools and guidance, any reasonably competent enterprise can achieve what appears at first sight farfetched. What is the secret to our consistent success at achieving the incredible? Simply that we have long experience guiding clients through a business improvement system known as Hoshin Kanri for small businesses.

 

Hoshin Kanri, the Japanese art of business transformation

 

Hoshin Kanri has its origins in the legendary Toyota Production System. Over several decades, Toyota developed the whole idea of Hoshin Kanri as the backbone to their famed continuous improvement concept. It is an open secret that Hoshin Kanri was the guiding power that transformed Toyota into a world beating car manufacturer.  Since then, other world class global companies such as Sony, Intel and Hewlett Packard have adopted Hoshin Kanri as a transformative business improvement system second to none.

 

But Hoshin Kanri is not just for the big guys. As a matter of fact, any average small or medium sized business can use Hoshin Kanri to achieve fast results. The reason is that in essence Hoshin Kanri is a ready-made business operating system. Apart from being adaptable for almost any organization, Hoshin Kanri has several key advantages for business improvement. Perhaps the most useful is its ability to orchestrate the rapid delivery of a diverse range of improvement projects. Not one by one, but planning and implementing them all at the same time. As such, this powerful planning system works faster and more reliably than other conventional methods.

 

Hoshin Kanri works with our human nature

 

A major factor in the reliability of the system is that Hoshin Kanri is carefully attuned with our genetic heritage. What we mean by this is that individuals have a powerful natural instinct to collaborate together towards shared interests. And Hoshin Kanri provides the essential structure, coaching and training to allow people to work closely together at a level of productivity far higher than the norm. With Hoshin Kanri we help you to quickly and easily:

 

  • Mobilize and integrate every business process, sub-system, function and department in the improvement process.
  • Align operational resources and activities with long-term goals.
  • Stimulate a high degree of employee engagement in relentless problem-solving and continuous improvement.
  • Build strategic capability.

 

As a result you get:

 

1  Rapid uplift in profits and net worth of an enterprise.

2  Rapid business growth.

3  Impressive 33 : 1 return on investment in the process.

4  Reduced risks inherent in DIY improvement systems.

 

What if you could increase your capital by 500%? – Read case study

 

Hoshin Kanri for small businesses

 

So, if you would like to learn more about Hoshin Kanri for small businesses please telephone Jeremy Old on 0845 0945 819 (local rates) or email: [email protected]

 

Jeremy Old has twenty-five years of experience as an independent management coach. He specializes in small and mid-sized enterprises and non-profit organisations. Jeremy has facilitated 54, Hoshin Kanri assignments across a wide range of industry sectors and finds that the system always yields consistent success.

 

 

Jeremy is also author of ‘Reinventing Management Thinking; using science  to liberate the human spirit’. The book studies the psychological reasons why collaborative management is so much more successful than conventional top down command and control. Jeremy is qualified to MBA level, with a post-graduate diploma in psychotherapy.

“Economies have gyrated, stock markets have crashed, and the poster companies of the 1990s hailed in other business books have flown a ballistic trajectory.

 

But our lean exemplars – led by Toyota – have defied the fate of most firms and have continued their methodical march from success to success” …. By using lean methodology to create “…. real and truly sustainable value for their customers, their employees, and their owners.”

 

Womack and Jones – Authors of ‘Lean Thinking’