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Measures to Implement a Sustainability Strategy

In every engagement, sustainability is a crucial factor that decides the fate of a project’s success. Installing a comprehensive Sustainability Plan ensures a smooth transition to the client and makes sure that there is no lost knowledge during the period. The significance of having a solid sustainability plan becomes evident towards the later phase of… read more →




The Multiple Pieces of Operating Room Turnaround Time and the Hidden Elements of Waste Between Them

By Allison Newman Most hospitals define turnaround time as previous patient ‘wheels out’ to the next patient ‘wheels in’ – where ‘wheels out’ and ‘wheels in’ are the exact times that a patient bed rolls out of or into an operating room (OR). This is a key metric in determining OR efficiency, as long turnarounds… read more →




Sustainability Planning for the Long Term

Much like fad diets and health trends that come and go, corporate initiatives and improvement projects constantly make their way through businesses and managers looking for immediate improvements in results and KPI’s. Too often upon conclusion of a project, there can be short sightedness without consideration for long term sustainability and implications. Is there a… read more →




Achieving Sustainable Engagement Results

One of the key focuses of all our engagements is creating sustainability of implemented changes and achieved operational improvements.  In a typical engagement, the last third of the engagement’s overall schedule is dedicated to designing and installing tools and behavioral expectations to facilitate sustainable results within the client organization, even after the engagement has concluded…. read more →




Designing Sustainability

As an implementation based consultancy we ensure that the changes we advised are not only achieved during our engagement, but also sustainable after our departure. Therefore sustainability takes the front row seat throughout the engagement. Sustainability needs to be designed – what do we mean by that? It needs a clear understanding of the people… read more →