Corporate Streamlining has undertaken a research initiative to assess the extensiveness of failure of basic activities within organizations and whether there are specific failure types that occur more frequently than others, and if so what those failure types are. And are failures more prevalent in one function over another.
The findings could possibly help organizations increase the efficiency and effectiveness of future streamlining initiatives, whether conducted internally or by outsiders.
The research consists of a Corporate Streamlining employee interviewing on-site various mainly front line workers. In return, a list of failures of basic activities located (and opportunities) will be left with management of organizations that volunteer for this research.
If your organization is interested in participating in this research please contact Ron Lutka at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-528-3515.
All references to organization names will be kept private. Corporate Streamlining has prepared and will sign with participating organizations a non-disclosure agreement.