It’s the people!

Most organizations are underpowered! They aren’t getting the most from their people. The results show it. We prove every day it doesn’t have to be that way. We help leaders:

  • Connect your people and teams to your business strategy
  • Improve results that your people can control—quality, service, sales, safety and costs
  • Integrate the cultural and technical aspects of change–including lean six sigma–to sustain the improvements we make
  • Align your goals, strategy, processes, people and culture to drive results
  • Improve the communication process so it adds real measurable value

Our results are hard and measurable.

We have:

  • Reduced a accidents at a manufacturer by 82 percent
  • Increased a global shipper’s revenues by 23 percent while generating a 1,660 percent return on investment
  • Reduced damage by 65 percent at a large distribution center
  • Cut waste by 18 percent at an international baking company
  • Decreased cycle time by 74 percent at a building materials company
  • Lowered turnover by 27 percent at a consumer goods company

And on and on….

The Jim Shaffer Group is a team of seasoned advisors devoted to improving strategy execution through strong leaders and engaged people.  We help some of the world’s best organizations (and those that want to be among them) get even better. Learn more…

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