Operational Excellence

Operational Excellence

Our belief is that the future of operational excellence is not based solely on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), but on the central role of people and the introduction of a leadership culture. AI and other technologies are used as tools to optimize processes

Core competencies

  • Company assessment within the framework of the Operational Excellence maturity level
  • Rapid process optimization and stabilization
  • Comprehensive toolbox: value stream management, coaching, setup time optimization, Six Sigma, store floor management, etc.
  • Training and coaching at all levels
  • Provide project management and guidance

We see the following topics as an indispensable part of this future


A leadership culture based on trust, openness, and continuous improvement is key to realizing the full potential. The constant pursuit of efficiency, quality, and continuous improvement will change significantly in the future. Developments such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Internet of Things will change the way businesses operate, enabling greater automation, data-driven decision-making, and streamlined processes. Linking MES systems with AI technologies, such as NeXonic, opens the door to intelligent and efficient production control for companies. Combining human expertise with AI analysis is key here.

Moreover, the future of operational excellence will increasingly be characterized by a holistic and collaborative approach. Siloed departments and fragmented processes will increasingly be replaced by cross-functional collaboration and an integrated end-to-end solution. Companies need to recognize the importance of breaking down organizational barriers and fostering a culture of collaboration. It should be made possible and demanded that employees contribute their expertise and knowledge across the entire value chain. We firmly believe that people, not artificial intelligence, will be critical to operational excellence in the future.

This is not just about efficiency and profitability, but also about social and environmental responsibility. In view of the increasing market dynamics, companies must react flexibly to changing customer requirements, market trends, and competitive pressure. Added to this is the increasingly important adaptability to various methods such as Kaizen, Hoshin Kanri, Kata, Shainin, Six Sigma, etc. The production of the future embraces all these methods, works on continuous improvement, and lives in a management culture that sees itself as part of this process.

The future will continue to evolve in the direction of increasing efficiency, and AI will also play a central role in this. Nevertheless, we are convinced that people will be the decisive factor in the direction of excellence.

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Christian Kienzle Partner


Jan HinrichsManaging Director


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