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Is delivering on time a struggle?

I write a lot about on time delivery in this blog.

Delivering products and services on time can provide other indicators (that things are working in the business):
  • An effective management approach is in place.
  • Meaningful Key Performance Indicators are in use.
  • A disciplined way of working, with good habits, is evident.
...but only if delivering on time isn't a struggle.

There are many businesses that deliver on time, but at a cost.

Long working hours.

Frenetic activity and bursts of chaos.

Knee jerk decisions and frustrated teams.

I wrote my free guide 'You're Late!!!' to help businesses get away from these situations.

The guide offers seven simple strategies to alleviate these kinds of problems.

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Focusing your continuous improvement activities on 'delivering on time consistently and without killing yourself' can bring so many other benefits to you and your business.

Why not download the guide today and see if you can make your life a little easier and your business a little more profitable?


Giles




About the author
Giles Johnston is a Chartered Engineer who specialises in helping businesses to grow and improve through better business processes.
Giles is also the author of Business Process Re-Engineering and creator of the 'Making It Happen' continuous improvement strategies course.