Any direction just isn't good enough, says Lydon. Resources are precious, as are the lean journey victories. That which you measure improves. You have made a good decision to pursue lean enterprise. Now make a great decision in your consulting partner.
Horsham, PA (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
Prosit Business Consulting (Prosit), a lean consultancy focused on helping small to mid-sized companies implement lean enterprise within their operations and administrative functions, has launched its new website at http://www.prositconsult.com.
The website describes Prosit’s lean enterprise, lean office, lean training and other lean consulting services along with their methodologies with roots in the Toyota Production System. The site includes detailed descriptions explaining Why, Where, What and How lean enterprise implementations and methodologies help companies improve and sustain efficiency and productivity benefits. The principal lean consultant, EJ Lydon, has over 10 years of lean consulting and 25 years of manufacturing experience working with more than 150 companies in the U.S. and internationally.
“Any direction just isn't good enough,” says Lydon. “Resources are precious, and so are the victories from the lean journey. That which you measure improves. You have made a good decision to pursue lean enterprise. Now make a great decision in your consulting partner.”
A sampling of Prosit’s lean enterprise consulting services includes:
•Hoshin or Strategic Lean Planning
•Lean Training and Leadership Development
•Lean Office Consulting
•TPM – Total Productive Maintenance
•TWI – Training Within Industry
•ATS – Analytical Trouble Shooting
About Prosit Business Consulting
EJ Lydon has extensive experience in Operations and Manufacturing management. He has worked with Printing, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Machining and Fabrication, Automotive, Electronics and Food Processing industries, to name a few. He is certified in the NIST Manufacturing Extension Program model of Lean education and deployment.
Please contact Prosit at 267-808-6227 if you need help with a current lean enterprise process or to start your company’s lean journey today.