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Operations Management

We administer best business practices to create the highest level of efficiency possible within your organization. We plan, coordinate, and control all the resources needed to produce your goods and services.

Operations Management Plus

While organizational management in the basic package helps keep projects structured, Operations Management helps you build and flow. We manage the process of creation of goods and services. This encompasses planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling all the resources needed to produce your goods and services. Supervising in the contexts of production, manufacturing and the provision of services is critically important. This includes logistical services, as well as supply chain management.

This package is best for those in need of services over an extended period of time. A non-refundable deposit is required for services to begin. Services are paid on a monthly basis, in advance of services being provided. Monthly fee is negotiable, depending on the needs and demand of services. Package cost is subject to increase upon expiration or significant increase in workload/demand. Performance bonuses are negotiable.

Operations Management Select

Services listed in the Basic package are available. Depending on the clients needs, amount of time required to execute service may fluctuate and be negotiated. This package is for those looking for an al a carte structure, over a short period of time. Non-refundable deposit required for services to begin. 

Consultations for services must be booked at least one week in advance, materials and agenda must be prepared ahead of time to ensure consultation meeting is efficient and successful for both client and contractor. 1 Hour Consultations, 1:1 & Team Consultations available. Consultations are essential to ongoing projects to ensure projects run smoothly, and communication bridges remain healthy and consistent.

Let's Work Together

"In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words: people, product, and profits."

- Lee Iacocca

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