Strategies are only as good as the quality of their execution.Operational and organizational strength must align with all other strategic plans for a company to deliver what they have promised. Operational excellence will help increase the profit margins and EBITDA. We identify inefficient and ineffective practices and make companies run more efficiently, effectively, and profitably.
If you answered "maybe" or "no" to any of the questions below, we can help:
Operational & Organizational Strategy
Do you have a world-class operation with a healthy EBITDA?
Do you possess the best business practices with a balanced OPEX?
Is your company clear on potential pitfalls and roadblocks that could impede your goals?
Do you have a world-class SIOP process with optimized inventory levels, and can you run the operations or manufacturing smoothly?
Are you happy with your current working capital?
Can you confidently defend that your operation comes with a sustainable competitive advantage in the marketplace?
Supply Chain Strategy
Do you possess and follow the Strategic Procurement Operating Model that gives you a competitive advantage in the marketplace?
Can you confidently say you choose and efficiently work with reliable Supply Chain partners?
Are your product cost-optimized and business risks minimized?
Do you deliver on time with a high profit margin and PositiveCash Flow?
Do you have a mature supplier relationship management system in place and you successfully follow them?
Are you confident your make vs buy analysis is perfect?
The Stanford Group has tremendous experience in transforming companies. We've served Public and Private companies with multi-global sites. We served aerospace, defense, medical devices, consumer electronics, renewable energy, hi-tech, and everything in between.
Tasks & Goals (depending on the needs)
Setting OKRs, KPIs, Action Plans
Building and/or simplifying business (operations and/or supply chain) process flow
Development of the best business practices Playbook
Business Execution Plan with timeline
Engagement and driving industry partners where and when needed
Should cost models
Risk mitigation techniques
(optional) Make vs Buy Best Business Practices Playbook