How better Continuous Improvement Measurements can lead to better results.

By Paul Hogendoorn – November 28, 2016
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Quantifying "productive" or "value adding activity" in a visual and meaningful way is often the first step in achieving significant productivity improvement objectives. The following study shows how one FreePoint customer successfully increased the efficiency of their critical processes by 69% over a one-year time span, reducing production costs and increasing capacity without incurring any significant capital expense.


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Paul Hogendoorn

Through "TPI", (leveraging the power of imagination, insight and inspiration), Paul coaches and mentors entrepreneurs and business leaders, helping them define and pursue their vision.He…


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