When Your Resource Glass Seems Empty How Can You Possibly Do More?

Organizations are consistently being asked to do more with the same level of resouces which directly translates to doing more with less. Whether you are in the public or private sector, adding customer value, keeping staff engaged while keeping costs low is always a big challenge and a tough balancing act.

As consultants we are always asked to help out organizations or even entire systems who have been asked to make major changes and been given the line “no new funding will be available” to sustain the changes.

You are not alone and there is a way to achieve success that has been realized by hundreds of other organizations. Wouldn’t it be nice to join the ranks of other organizations who are successfully achieving the balance of adding high quality customer value and keeping staff engaged while keeping costs at bay?

Someone wise once said in order to achieve goals we have never achieved before, we must do things we have never done before. Keeping that spirit of trying new things in mind, we challenge you to try a new way of looking at things, a methodology focused on:

  1. Defining and enhancing customer value
  2. Focusing on employing effective Change Management techniques and
  3. Creating a culture of continuous improvement

One key step to getting your organization to this level is taking advantage of our lean training programs where we not only teach the Lean Methodology for the Human Services Sector but also demonstrate how effective change management and continuous improvement can make any change sustainable in the long run.

Our first open Yellow Belt and Green Belt Certification sessions are scheduled for June 15th, 16th and 17th. In addition to these programs we also run custom executive education sessions or other training/consultation events customized to your organization. If you would like a session tailored to your specific needs please contact us and let us know what you are looking for, and we will work on making your vision a reality.

So, when your resource glass seems empty, how can you possibly do more? Our response to that it is by learning to see that your resource glass is actually fuller than it looks with a lot of good resources being wasted or under-utilized in doing tasks that simply don’t add value to your clients. We look forward to having you attend our sessions and learn to see things differently.

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