ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT.
Application of practices to help organizations build their capacity to change and to achieve greater effectiveness, increased financial performance, customer satisfaction and organizational goals.
*Preparation, design and implementation of world-class bankable, commercial and industrial business plans and feasibility studies
for all sectors, products and services. Machinery, equipment, raw materials, location and personnel sourcing for startup and existing organizations.
*Corporate turnaround and diagnostics. *Systems design and restructuring.
Bringing together the knowledge of the interactions between management (handling organizations/ business) and technology/ engineering.
*Pre-production planning. Plant location, capacity building, selection of machinery and equipment, plant layout/ material handling.
*Production planning and control: planning, routing, scheduling, dispatching and controlling.
*Inventory management and store keeping.
*Total quality management: finance, marketing and human resources.
Integrated production management systems to enhance competitive advantage of manufacturing companies. It is the set of interrelated management activities which are involved in certain manufacturing activities.
*Designing, planning and optimization of production.
*Production process/ product and operation management
*Factory location/ layout
*Sales plan, inquiry/ quotation management, bill / deposit management