A collaborative assessment
for multi-site operations
The OAG Vanguard will
assess the effectiveness of your
Assessing multiple manufacturing operations allows for a comprehensive
overview of the entire organisation. Taking the time to analyse each individual
operation offers insight into their strengths and weaknesses and provides
opportunities for improvement and growth.
This analysis can also inform where investments should be made in order to
yield the highest returns, as well as set performance standards for the entire
group. Additionally, looking at multiple operations allows companies to identify
and share best practices across the organisation, leading to increased efficiency
and profitability. Overall, taking the time to assess multiple manufacturing
operations can have significant benefits for a company’s overall performance.
An OAG assessment comprises 7-key components that directly influence your
company’s financial performance. The assessment works by determining your
current state and aspirations for the group or for individual operations and
identifying improvement actions to close the gap.
It consolidates the results for each operation and the group within your OAG
dashboard. Involving your Site Leaders in the assessment process is easy and
ensures everyone is on board with the improvement journey.
The OAG Vanguard assessment is an invaluable tool for any company that wants
to improve its operations. You’ll have a clear roadmap for achieving optimal
performance and achieve lasting success.
So why wait? Get started today with the OAG Vanguard assessment.
|The potential gross margin improvements for each site and the group.
|The group’s current state and the potential financial benefits for achieving its aspirations.
A dynamic dashboard
- - Monitoring of assessment progress
- - Analysis of assessment results
- - Individual components
- - Compare and contrast any combination of sites
|Setting standards and tracking of improvement actions and outcomes
|Executive summary and detailed reports for each site and the selected group
|All the elements required for the development of a strategic plan for operations