Edupower Oy Ab works to improve the competitiveness and profitability of companies and public sector. We make service chains shorter and clear the production straits using Lean leadership methods. Our goal is that our customers can use their production resources correctly, to produce only quality and doing actions that improve profitability.
The Lean leadership method begun in the 1950s in the Japanese car industry, at Toyota. Nowadays it is being used to develop productivity in all industry branches and throughout almost the entire planet. Lean aims to remove all unnecessary from product and service planning as well as production. Waste and non-productive work can be found for instance in materials, machinery, ways to work, organization, and service structures.
Lean in developing products, services,
sales and marketing:
- Public Sector
- Service companies
- Retail stores
- Banks and insurance companies
Some benefits of Lean Leadership:
- Clear the straits of production and service production
- Decrease in unnecessary and non-value-added work
- Increase in quality
- Cost savings
- Increase in capacity utilization
- Improved revenue from invested capital
- Optimization of logistics and reliability of delivery
- Growing customer satisfaction and decreasing amount of notice of defects
- Improvement of profitability and competitiveness
Development of productivity and services can be analyzed, measured, and followed. The goal is that Lean becomes a permanent change instead of a one time performance, of which the results are quickly forgotten in the hurry, as other things get proritized.
Lean Leadership is not only for the chief executives of the company; productivity is improved in practical work and empowered by the entire personnel. Lean does not mean tightening the screw, debt restructuring or more surveillance, but instead that each employee feels motivated to take responsibility for developing their work, avoiding errors and non-value-added work; that is, removing waste.
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