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Using Cost-Benefit Analysis to Avoid Change Fatigue

By Christopher Lee The pursuit of perfection, the 5th Lean principle, represents a continuous improvement mindset, where the pursuit of perfection is an ongoing process that continuously evolves.  However, if not used properly, this concept can be taken to an extreme and cause change fatigue in an organization. Organizational change fatigue is defined as “a… read more →

Maximize the Value of Your Consulting Engagement

Sitting down with your executive team, you’ve digested the findings found in the Opportunity Assessment that Trindent Consulting conducted on several key areas of your organization.  Impressed, and ready to achieve the sustainable financial improvements Trindent has outlined, you and your team decide to proceed forward with the Engagement proposal.  Before the work starts, here… read more →

Management Consulting in Healthcare

In their work, management consultants use their skills, knowledge, and expertise to enhance management and organizational performance by driving process improvements.  The changes they generate and implement bring value to a company through proactive and reactive improvement efforts that can help any organization course-correct its operations and obtain higher standards of performance and efficiency.  What… read more →


Understanding the 5th Principle of Lean Methodology By Christopher Lee The term perfection is defined as “the state of being complete and correct in every way”. In this literal definition, the concept of perfection can be erroneously perceived as an unobtainable objective, causing it to be rejected.  However, the Pursuit of Perfection, the 5th principle in lean methodology is not meant to be a… read more →

Cost Management & Optimization for Midstream Companies: Supply Chain Management

By James Greey In a previous article, we discussed ways for Midstream Companies to increase margins by focusing on reducing operating expenses related to inefficient maintenance programs. This article discusses another key contributor to margin erosion, ineffective Supply Chain Management.  For midstream oil and gas companies, Supply Chain Management can be broken down into two… read more →

Trindent Client Interview: Transforming Fuels Blending Practices

A leading North American refining corporation engaged Trindent to optimize gasoline blending practices at one of their largest and most complex refineries. The engagement delivered improvements in blending value chain, behavioural adjustments at all levels of client personnel, and over $40,000,000 in annualized savings. We spoke to a senior workstream supervisor and one of our… read more →

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