“Manufacturers are challenged with marked shortages of qualified talent, and unrelenting pressure to innovate and respond faster to a swift change in the marketplace.
It is for these reasons that manufacturers must make best the use of their existing resources; better utilization of their people, equipment, and systems are all part of the equation.
DiBona & Associates help manufacturing organizations uncover hidden value by identifying opportunities through the establishment of high performing teams, work processes that improve the amount of productive work and scrutinizing the performance of machines to obtain more throughput.
Developed over the last 15 years, we use a phased approach, including various assessments, gap analysis, followed by implementation and several software tools to help clients identify improvement opportunities on the plant floor.
Our methods typically yield a 15-20% improvement in productivity and are sustained due to our strong focus on employee engagement and human systems awareness.
Our practice pulls from a strong network of practitioners spanning the specialties of industrial psychology; leadership and personal awareness training; operations management; and various engineering disciplines, including mechanical, software, systems integration, and industrial.
DiBona & Associates invites local manufacturers to consider further discussion as we enjoy learning about your challenges and so we can share more knowledge on these important topics.”
“Greensboro is an excellent area for our business given the significant growth forecast and is also centrally located for easy access to a large portion of North Carolina’s manufacturing base between Hickory and Raleigh on the I-40 corridor and the Charlotte metropolitan area.”
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“DiBona & Associates is planning to hold a 1/2 day seminar to provide attendees a closer look at our methodologies and the opportunity for each attendee to do an abbreviated classroom assessment of their current operation, which will provide some insights on finding their hidden value.”