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Using proven process improvement methods in administration and on the shop floor to increase shareholder value: improving productivity and output, reducing costs and time to market, driving the results to the bottom line.

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We provide project management consulting, training, and resources to help your organization improve performance and deliver projects successfully, typically in half the time with fewer headaches and lower costs.

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We combine best-practice supply chain management processes with leading-edge demand-pull techniques to help you create supply chains that improve service levels with less inventory investment.

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We use a scientific, behavior based approach to calibrate and align your organization to achieve mission critical results: responsive customer service, high asset and labor productivity, reduced operating costs, and reliable deliveries.

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It really is possible to increase your manufacturing productivity by at least 20% in two months – without adding more workers or machines!

FACT: When systemic problems remain unaddressed on the production floor, every deadline is in constant jeopardy.

Download this new whitepaper and discover a breakthrough approach to manufacturing production called Rapid Analysis Bottleneck Improvement Team (RABIT).

If you have an underperforming shop floor or production team that you suspect could do better, this report is a must-read. It reveals how just one RABIT can deliver these benefits:

- A process output and productivity improvement of at least 20% in two months

- Process improvements that are completed and sustained

- Performance measurement that tracks results and provides immediate feedback to workers and managers

- …All without adding more workers or machines!

“I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your whitepaper!! If there was ever a paper that mimics the methodology I use, it was this one. I plan to share this with my friends and clients.”

Bob Sproull, author of Epiphanized: Integrating Theory of Constraints, Lean and Six Sigma

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Manufacturers are struggling to squeeze 5 to 7 percent from operational cost reductions. Often, those that fail don’t survive: More than 1,000 North American plants closed last year. Quality Digest uses a real-world case study involving a major automotive manufacturing company to illustrate how the right combination of ToC and Lean yields far greater benefits than when the methods are used in a vacuum.

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In engineering offices and construction trailers all over the world, projects suffer delays, cost overruns and missed output projections. In response, the collective finger of blame points to everyone’s favorite excuse: “bad planning.” But if bad planning is responsible for failure, it stands to reason that “good planning” should be the savior. Here’s why it is more often the problem.

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Among all industrial sectors, the Department of Labor suggest that customers of moldmakers demand the most in scheduling, accuracy and project completion speed. Here are three recommendations for
cutting the waste and giving your customers what they want.

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Our new eBook is available for download. The publication reveals – for the first time – key lessons gathered during Pinnacle’s participation in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill recovery effort and poses the question, “if this is what can be accomplished under the worst conditions, what can you achieve right now?”

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Discover the most common invisible threats that are preventing you getting a true picture of your projects.

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