SOURCE: Phase 5 Group

Phase 5 Group

November 24, 2014 09:44 ET

CI Management Leader Publishes New E-Book

Phase 5 Group's Guide Details How Companies Can Deploy Continuous Improvement Across Multiple Sites

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - November 24, 2014) - Phase 5 Group, an industry leader in the field of continuous improvement (CI) management, today announced it is releasing a new guide detailing three key tactics that multi-site manufacturers can apply when infusing CI into their organizations. The e-book, Deploying Continuous Improvement Across Multiple Sites, is available for free download at http://info.phase5group.com/deploying-ci-across-multiple-plants.

Driving a CI culture is difficult in any environment, but particularly in larger organizations with multiple manufacturing facilities-each with its own history, leadership team, and perspective on what it takes to be successful. Companies typically can't spend sufficient dedicated time with each site to ensure CI is given the proper attention, and the long-term success of a CI deployment typically requires a commitment from the local workforce to take ownership and accountability for improvement. Phase 5's new e-book explores how organizations can effectively drive CI in a multi-site environment, detailing three key strategies:

  1. Employ a standard framework.
  2. Encourage local autonomy.
  3. Use scorecarding to elevate CI within the business.

"Just because an organization operates multiple manufacturing sites doesn't mean effective, dynamic continuous improvement management isn't possible," says Roger Price, CEO of Phase 5 Group. "In fact, companies such as these stand to benefit the most from a robust CI culture. Our new e-book will help these organizations instill and nourish CI across all their facilities."

For additional information about this new e-book or Phase 5 Group's groundbreaking EON continuous improvement management platform, please visit the company's website at http://phase5group.com.

About Phase 5 Group

Phase 5 Group has extensive experience in helping companies deploy transformational and sustainable continuous improvement programs across highly distributed manufacturing environments. It has provided tools, solutions, and expertise to some of the world's leading companies to maximize the value of their structured CI programs. Phase 5 Group built EON, the world's first continuous improvement management platform, to help companies manage broad-based CI deployment. More information is available at http://phase5group.com.

Contact Information

  • Brian Wilkins
    Senior Director of Business Development
    Phase 5 Group
    202 503 3683