“When systems are broken, it’s an opportunity for invention and innovation.”

Jacqueline Novogratz

Every company has them; systems ( software, hardware, processes, policies, and people ) that have become inefficient or even worse, a hinderance to growth. Too often they are “protected” by politics, priorities or simply a lack of understanding that there is a better way.

Companies gain:

  • Efficiency, which translates to dollars
  • Team morale — valuable employees hate waste as much as you; they want to focus on their core responsibility, the thing you hired them to do. ┬áBad systems keep them from doing it.
  • Increased quality
  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Confidence