Faster Business Process Improvement Method Shown in New Guide from Calgary Based Management Consultant

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On the traditional management consulting approach, it could be months before a business owner or manager sees tangible results, explains Certified Management Consultant Jeff Pallister. Evaluation processes can last weeks, then all the answers come from outside the business. Employees have to be sold on each idea before they will put energy into implementing it. “I am impatient with the traditional approach and developed a way to optimize work processes faster and at lower cost,” says Pallister.

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Over 300 organizations have compared their options and chosen PIP’s experts. On average, each of the sessions generates more than $50,000 in improvements.

Certified Management Consultant Jeff Pallister has met hundreds of companies that have great products, great people, and a growing market – but, despite everyone's best efforts and brisk sales, the company’s profits are flat, expenses are skyrocketing, and customers are unhappy. This is unacceptable, says Pallister, especially for companies that need to:

“In these situations, my job is to get the business on the right course as soon as possible,” writes Pallister in his new guide. “I created this guide to help busy managers and business owners compare the value PIP offers to that of a traditional management consultant – factoring in employee motivation to implement needed changes as well as time to results, pricing, and return on investment."

On the traditional management consulting approach, it could be months before a business owner or manager sees tangible results, explains Pallister. One reason is that the evaluation process at the beginning of the engagement can last weeks. Also, ideas for improving business operations typically come from the management consultant the business has hired. In that sense, all the "answers" come from outside the business – so employees have to be ‘sold’ on each idea before they will put energy into implementing it.

“I am impatient with the traditional approach and developed a way to optimize work processes faster and at lower cost,” says Pallister.

PIP’s programs are not traditional training sessions where consultants gather data and then provide a report telling the company what to do. PIP’s programs tap into employees' ideas for getting more done, more efficiently. Employees in the sessions produce several ideas a minute.

In one case, employees needed only 1 hour to identify 306 ways to improve productivity. Then PIP shows how to pick out the best ideas and put them to work. This moves the group from generating the best ideas right into action – using the best ideas to eliminate hidden costs and generate sustainable profits.

Over 300 organizations have compared their options and chosen PIP’s experts. On average, each of the sessions generates more than $50,000 in improvements. Multiple sessions easily can push the savings into millions of dollars. Overall, clients have generated at least $20 million in cost savings using the innovative approach.

The last page of PIP’s new guide has a sign up form for those businesses ready to get started. Download the guide at http://www.improvementprograms.com/pricing.

About Process Improvement Programs™

Process Improvement Programs™ optimizes your work processes so that your team can get more done in less time and at lower cost. Over 300 organizations representing dozens of industries have used PIP’s approach - generating at least $20 million in cost savings overall. Led by Jeff Pallister, a Calgary based certified management consultant s and author of the business management book Chain Reaction, our one or two day programs are held at your office and are tailored to your unique needs and exact industry. Learn more by downloading PIP’s 2011 Pricing and Services Guide, a free 14 page guide packed with information on how businesses can benefit from Process Improvement Programs™, at http://www.improvementprograms.com

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