Link Operational Improvements to Financial Results

Make the connection between continuous improvement initiatives and financial returns by understanding the links and levers to shareholder value and capturing the benefits of performance gains.

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Connecting Continuous Improvement and Financial Returns

Depending on who you talk to, somewhere between 5 and 50% of business improvement initiatives actually deliver the targeted benefits.  One of the characteristics of companies that are successful is tight alignment between improvement activities and business objectives--including financial ones.  

This in-depth TBM briefing explores the connections between business improvement projects and financial returns, and some of the steps that management must take to capture the financial gains.  Highlights include:

  • How to translate Lean and Six Sigma gains into shareholder value
  • A case example of a company who effectively leveraged Operational Excellence for efficiency and growth
  • Three management actions for translating operational improvement activities into financial gains

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