SIP: Approach

  • 1. Data gathering and analysis: SIP begins with a clarification of which measurements are key with regard to business performance evaluation; then, data analysis is implemented in a way that will identify key variables and optimize the results.
  • 2. Focusing on processes: Whether during design of goods and services, measuring performance, increasing productivity and customer satisfaction, or even while managing the work, SIP is a tool of achievement.
  • 3. Being proactive: This includes setting stringent objectives and frequently reviewing them, clearly identifying priorities, not causing problems to emerge, and questioning why we execute the processes rather than defending them blindly.
  • 4. Infinite collaboration: Immensity is intergroup cooperation toward achieving a single objective, such as offering value to customers. Immensity entails that efficiencies of a process in all phases are intertwined and need to be reviewed. It requires thorough understanding of the workflow in both the process and production chain and the real demands of end users.
  • 5. Eliminating variabilities: In-depth evaluation of the variabilities helps you to understand the actual performances and processes of jobs. The goal is to reduce variability, which in turn means an extremely valuable improvement for many products, services, and processes.
  • 6. Targeting challenging goals: Any business that focuses on a profitability objective through quantum leap rather than gradual improvement poses a significant challenge in the path of the improvement.
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