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Free OTIF Improvement Guide

Do you want a free guide, full of practical advice, to help improve your business’ on time delivery performance?


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If your on time delivery performance is suffering, along with your sanity(!), then download my free guide today.

Most businesses have very similar operational challenges that prevent them from delivering on time, or having to nearly kill themselves in order to achieve delivery promises.

The ideas in the guide are based on the practical strategies that work for my clients, who come from a range of backgrounds.

This guide is:
  • short – it is a total of twelve pages, so you can review all of the ideas in just a few minutes.
  • highly practical – each of the seven sections includes actions that you can get your teeth into today.
  • accessible – the file is a PDF, so that you can save it to you computer, phone or tablet.

This guide is a good overview of the approaches I use with my clients to help them improve their on time delivery performance, and I hope that you get similar results.

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Enjoy reading,

Giles



Giles Johnston
Author of Business ‘Process Re-engineering‘ and creator of the online continuous improvement strategies course ‘Making It Happen

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