The average life cycle of new corporations is roughly 12 to 15 years, a significant decrease from the 1920s, when the average age was 67 years. Very few companies are members of the Century Club, which includes companies that have been in continuous, independent operation for more than 100 years. Companies that have celebrated 100 years in business have very strong business systems and are deliberate about preserving them.
We assist our clients to move from broken business systems to a stage where they show a business excellence spirit by enhancing all business aspects and functions.
The 20 Keys system is based on a comprehensive and holistic methodology for strengthening an organization's continuous operations' improvement capability in people, processes, and the productive use of technology. The system was founded by a Japanese engineer, Prof. Iwao Kobayashi, in 1982. He also wrote a book about it, describing the system as 20 practical and synergistically integrated focus areas (Keys). Underlying the methodology is a benchmark and progress review system, guiding the improvement efforts to higher levels of operational excellence. All aspects of operational excellence are covered, and people at all levels and in all functions of the organization are involved.
The 20 keys enable everyone to have a common understanding of the current level of the company in comparison with all other companies in the world.
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