How to establish and coordinate an Improvement Plan: examples

Competitiveness strategies

How to establish and coordinate an Improvement Plan: examples

Competitiveness strategies

Training on how to successfully implement a Competitiveness Improvement Plan for your Company:

  • Analyzing and appropriately diagnosing the initial situation
  • Establishing ambitious and reachable objectives in the most crucial management areas
  • Programing the necessary actions with minimum investments and/or costs
  • Continuously controlling the results, to introduce on time the appropriate correction; and ensuring the necessary levels of participation and commitment of the line of command and the different working teams.

This course is aimed at:

The people who, in a company, have the responsibility of achieving competitiveness (improve the income statement):

  • Industrial Managers and Directors.
  • Directors of Production, Quality, Production Engineering, Methods and Times, Logistics.
  • Production Managers.

 

Few of the companies that start a process of improving competitiveness are able to reach the planned objective.

To ensure the success of a competitiveness improvement plan, it is essential to integrate all the organisation's resources and that these are led by a person of high executive level and recognised reputation within the company. Hence the importance of this training, which teaches those responsible for these tasks how to establish and coordinate a Competitiveness Improvement Plan.

Course taught by:

Albert Calvo
Albert Calvo
Technical Director at ITEMSA

More than 25 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

David Calvo
David Calvo
General Manager at ITEMSA and CEO at APPRODUCTIVITY4.0

More than 30 years leading and participating in consultancy projects, trainings and development of computer applications (APPRODUCTIVITY 4.0).

Julián Caballero
Julián Caballero
Project Director at ITEMSA

More than 20 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

 Rafael Padilla
Rafael Padilla
Project Director at ITEMSA

More than 20 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

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