Please note that the core of our comprehensive FPFA® continuous improvement system is an approach to people based on four principles: decency – calmness – respect – trust.
Our experience shows that these parts of human relationships form a good basis for building a creative work atmosphere. And that’s what improvement is all about, looking for new ideas, new solutions, new products and services.
The FPFA® system as such as it is, is actually a method of integral solutions to continuous improvement in the company.
In short, it is meant as follows:
The basis of all events in the company is the realization of the owner´s interests. Therefore, attention must be paid to aligning the interests of the owner and management of the company with the interests of the people.
Harmonization of interests then forms the basis for the creation and implementation (or optimization) of the company’s strategy.
Leadership and management are the main driving forces for the implementation of the company’s strategy. They are supported by a well-established organizational structure, en effective people motivation and teamwork.
Standardization of activities and processes forms the basis for continuous improvement. Recording what is currently being done in the company allows you to measure and evaluate whether the new solution is really better than the original. If so, the new solution becomes the standard until the next change.
The system of continuous improvement consists of several documented modules, which are developed in accordance with the needs of the company and form a balanced whole. Supporting of priority improvement of people leads then to people are improving everything needed – activities, processes, products, services. Systematic growth and development of people means improving professional competences and emotional intelligence. The result is better skills and greater willingness of people who have an increasing tendency (in the form of an upward spiral).
Optimized business systems can consist of the above-mentioned planning and evaluation systems of plan performance, measurement of people´s performance (productivity), teams and the entire company. A lean manufacturing business system, or some of its subsystems, may also be included. Of course, it mainly depends on your choice of business systems that best meet the needs of your company.
Systematic education is the engine of every change. It focuses on the current state, objectives, plan and implementation of education, which are repeated cyclically but still at a higher level.
Personal development plans of each worker are the result of a sequence of steps of systematic improvement of people. The personal development plan contains an agreement between the company and the employee – what who will do to implement the company’s strategy. Therefore, people’s personal development plans need to be updated at the same time as the strategy.
And this begins another cycle of continuous systematic improvement.
A systematic approach is understood here in the sense of:
Thoughtful – planned – organized – regular.
Continous systematic improvement can be imagined as gems that lie on the ground, everywhere – in the workshop, in the office, but can not be seen. They need to be found and collected.
What to do for it?
We are here for you to find it together.