Client Results

5 to 1 In year ROI
Tegel Foods


Processing site

5 to 1 In year ROI

  • 3 site training, coaching & implementation using Lean principles
  • Development of management team in effective problem solving
  • Set up of visual management
  • Development of balanced KPI’s


  • Improved safety performance
  • Improved quality, internal and external
  • 5:1 return on investment (in year savings)
  • Change management process
  • Training and engagement at all levels
  • Management processes with clear visual factory principles
  • Focus Improvement Team approach to making sustained improvement
  • Core Lean tools deployed (SMED, 5S, SIM)
  • Developed maturity model with standard tools and processes
  • Problem solving training & coaching at all levels

“Cultural change is positivity building and I am confident that the engagement techniques used by LMAC will lead to sustainable change. The approach used by LMAC is not only about the right tools, but coaching the right behaviours, at all levels of our organisation”

David Taylor GM, Regional Operations (Upper North Island)

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Complete the questions below to test your data maturity.

Over the next two years, which three of the 14 key performance indicators do you most want to improve on as a business?

Make a note of these before you carry on reading.

The key 14 performance indicator categories:


  • Asset & equipment efficiency
  • Inventory efficiency
  • Materials efficiency
  • Utilities efficiency
  • Workforce efficiency


  • Planning & scheduling effectiveness
  • Production flexibility
  • Workforce flexibility


  • Time to market
  • Time to delivery


  • Product quality
  • Process quality
  • Safety
  • Security

Now ask yourself – what is your current performance against these three KPIs? Can you tell me how you performed in the last hour, yesterday or last week?

If you can’t answer this question for all three because you aren’t measuring the data, then the next step is clear. Figure out what data you need to enable you to measure it, and decide how you are going to collect that data.

If you can answer it historically; last week or last month – ask yourself, is this retrospective view sufficient for me to really make improvements?

If you can answer it for all three up to the minute, then it is quite possible that shopfloor intelligence isn’t a number one priority for you. Look out for parts 2 and 3 of this blog series for some more insights into how you can make the data work for you.