We have had a very positive experience working with Organized Change. They designed a survey for one of our global teams to help design an organizational change and develop scenarios for our strategies. Organized Change is a dependable collaborator who can be relied upon to help us meet our goals.
Change management as a framework for Six Sigma:
Less filling? Or more taste?
Like the classic "light beer" commercials, the controversy over which buzzword is better, "total quality management" or "re-engineering," is really just a tempest in . . . a beer can.
As long as you're clearly focused on what you need to do better, you can call it "six sigma." "business process reengineering," "business process improvement" "total quality management" or "benchmarking."
When you work with us to address TQM (total quality management) or re-engineering, you put our significant experience to work for you to produce the kind of change you're looking for, whether you are running a non-profit in the U.S. or a petrochemical company in Saudi Arabia. There may be debate about the words, but not about our experience in this area and the value it brings to clients.
So when you want your organization to thrive, not just survive, contact us. We'll be happy to help with TQM (total quality management) (or re-engineering !) Even better, you will find we do not act like we already know all there is to know.
Choosing between Re-engineering & TQM (Total Quality Management)
Elements of TQM (Total Quality Management)
Evaluating your Total Quality Effort