5 steps to boost process efficiency: A guide for businesses up to 100 employees

Asamby Consulting

Process Improvement In business, you need to use resources as efficiently as possible. So you need to make sure that your processes are set up well. This blog post outlines a simple 5-step methodology to improve any process. Need some help with processes?

10 Ways To Making Money And A Difference as a Consultant & Coach (Number 2 Is My Favorite)

Consulting Matters

If you want to start or grow a profitable consulting and coaching business you need systems and processes to consistently attract, impress and convert a steady stream of ideal clients and deliver exceptional results once you land them. Not your methodologies.

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Why you need a COO or operations manager

Asamby Consulting

Process improvement is necessary to bring the company back to what made growth possible in the first place: Good products and services. The Operations Manager's is usually not as wide or as deep, focusing on a more specific task, either on methodological or functional level.

How Good Companies Become Market Leaders (Without an Infusion of Capital): Interview with Charles Browne

Consulting Matters

After eight years of service, I left and worked at a couple of commercial nuclear power plants and earned a project management certification and a Master Black Belt Lead Sig Sigma process improvement black belt, along with my engineering degree. I mean it’s not just a 10X process.

Transforming Health Care Delivery to Increase Value - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS

Harvard Business

Improving access to care, increasing workforce productivity, optimizing clinical operations, and managing population health are important—and interrelated steps. Four key outcomes to transforming healthcare: Lower entry barriers and increase geographic reach to improve access to care. Sustaining Results Achieved Through the Lean Methodology. who specializes in Lean, notes that only about 30% of Lean quality-improvement projects see results sustained beyond three years.

Value-Based Care Alone Won’t Reduce Health Spending and Improve Patient Outcomes

Harvard Business

Our experience at the Nemours Children’s Health System suggests that value-based care (VBC) is necessary to significantly improve health outcomes and to lower costs for children with chronic illness and complex medical conditions. However, despite the remarkable improvement of outcomes demonstrated in the pilot, that model of care is simply not sustainable when implemented broadly with FFS reimbursement.