System Study and Business Process Improvement

Having the right strategy is critical to business success. But strategy without effective execution amounts to little more than making a wish in the right direction. And nothing is more critical to sound execution than effective, efficient business processes. Weak business processes waste time and money, and almost always have a negative impact on product or service quality. They can also demoralize even the hardest-working individuals when their efforts are overwhelmed by a larger “system” over which they have little individual control. This is where our business process improvement consulting capability and experience can help.
MTC Global helps our customers to improve the overall performance of the organisations and address key business challenges. We review, analyse and streamline or re-engineer key business processes, and adopt a process-oriented view to help customers identify ways to improve key business processes through the use of IT. Our consultants have years of experience in chartering and working with business process improvement teams and can provide the kind of project design support, facilitation, process-analysis tools, practices and training that will ensure the success of your company’s business process improvement and re-engineering program. Whether your company undertakes a complete or partial review of its key business processes, our years of experience in designing and facilitating business process improvement programs can help you accelerate your effort so you can get results quicker.

Business Process Improvement Training

We can also help you build into your own organization the skills required to maintain business process effectiveness over the long term.  Our approach to Business Process Improvement Training can be tailored to your needs by incorporating modules such as the following:

  • Basic Process Improvement Concepts
  • Common Types of Process Maps
  • Facilitating a Process Mapping Workshop
  • Analyzing a Process Map
  • Identifying Process Improvement Opportunities
  • Implementing Process Changes
  • Monitoring Process Improvement Effectiveness