How it works
Our Best Practice Models
How does it work
Performance management Excellence
Assessment method and tools
What is an organisational performance evaluation?
Lean assessment tools review
Our team and focus
Red Belt Evaluation Questionnaires
Thorough organisational and management Best Practices standards
Red Belt evaluations are relatively in-depth evaluations: 50 to 100 questions or "good practices" taking 45 to 120 minutes to complete.
They are generally designed for:
accurately understand the strengths and weaknesses of the scope using quantified assessment that allow internal or even external comparisons.
share observations and desired orientations among members of a management team.
define improvement priorities and overall performance objectives.
These evaluations must be carried out by persons with a good knowledge of the scope of the evaluation, or by several persons who each know a part of the scope of the evaluation.
Plant and workshop management
Are your production data, Kpi, visual boards, management meetings and actions well managed?
Plant and workshop performance management best practices
Scope: Production focused on Plant and workshop performance management
Industries: Discrete product manufacturing or process industries from small scale to mass production
Governance - KPI - PDCA
Do you have world class governance, performance and PDCA management?
Performance management best practices and style
Scope: General management focused on Governance - PDCA
Industries: Organisations larger than 30 people in all industries
Governance steering model
Organisation management and communication style
Do you have a world class Wealth management agency?
Thorough and comprehensive best practices and evaluation
Scope: Wealth management agency
Industries: Private Wealth management
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Our best practice models are in the form of a questionnaire. Each question represents a good practice.
This allows you to make evaluations, to situate yourself, to compare yourself to others, to make analyses
This requires each question / practice to be written in a clear, precise and concrete way.
Many choices of answers help to understand the different levels of maturity of the practice.
This forces the reader to think more actively than reading a book.
This improves understanding and learning, while allowing for evaluations.