It is no secret that an inordinate number of improvement efforts either fail to deliver or enjoy a very short lifespan. Even more unnerving is the notion that while an implemented change is alive and well, it is not clear that a business benefit is being derived from that change.
To be effective, an improvement framework needs to be consistent, complete, repeatable, and incorporate a learning mechanism that fosters benefits realization and new opportunity identification.
Zazueta & Company’s proprietary ODIL framework helps clients navigate through the four stages of the improvement process: (1) Opportunity identification, (2) Decision Making, (3) Implementation and (4) Learning. Uncovering sometimes surprising solutions and fostering a truly comprehensive view from idea to implementation and benefits realization.
Each stage is supported by a flexible set of analytical tools that provide additional insights and complement each other throughout the process. Its applications extend to any process, but is particularly relevant to business process transformation efforts, including Financial and Supply Chain Management, Vendor Selection, Financial Modeling and Business Case development.
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