Services

Sustainable Business Improvement 

Knowledge transfer

Sustainable business improvement can only be achieved by your own people. Unlike other consultancy firms, we transfer to our clients our knowledge of how to operate to best practices. 

Your executives will develop a clear understanding of corporate strategy and objectives, priorities, and compelling business needs. We coach you to define your vision and drive change throughout the business, to achieve sustainable results. 

We provide: 

  • Education
  • Coaching
  • Mentoring 

Oliver Wight works with leadership, management, and tactical team members as they design, implement, and operate the new way, with a single agreed upon agenda for success. 

You can gain a competitive advantage and achieve your company’s goals by tapping the Oliver Wight knowledge base, thought leadership, and global hands-on experience. 

No one knows with certainty what business will be like in the post-COVID world. But that’s not stopping business leaders from planning for recovery and renewal. For more than 50 years, Oliver Wight has helped companies adapt to changing business...
Disconnected plans and strategies breed sub-optimal performance in companies.   For more than 30 years, business leaders have used Integrated Business Planning to connect strategy to portfolio, demand, supply, and resulting financial plans.   The result: Improved business and financial performance. The...
When leaders don’t trust the demand plan or forecast, the different functions of the company often create their own. No one is on the same page, and the company struggles to fulfill orders.  Class A Demand Management ensures that there is...
Does the executive team spend an inordinate amount of time solving problems to get product out the door? Or soothing customers when product is not delivered on time?    Integrated Tactical Planning provides a chaos-free way for cross-functional teams to manage near-term changes to plans.   The result: Daily “firefighting” is...
Chronic inventory problems make it tough to achieve company goals and strategies – and cause the finance team to “pull their hair out.”  Inventory Governance takes a two-fold approach: Solve inventory problems as quickly as possible. And resolve the root causes of inventory issues. That’s the way to eliminate chronic...
Shortages in raw material, parts, and finished product disrupt supply chains and cause poor customer service. Too much inventory erodes margins and stifles cash flow.  For more than 50 years, companies have used Integrated Planning and Control to align the connection points in their supply chains – from planning to suppliers to production...
When process performance inhibits expected business performance, improvements take on urgency. Time to results becomes imperative for business leaders.  That’s why Oliver Wight works with clients to FastTrack improvements. The FastTrack to Results approach creates a laser focus on making specific improvements and achieving business results within an agreed upon time...
Everyone seems to have an opinion on how well business processes are performing. Some people think everything is just fine. Other people think processes are broken and inhibiting business success. To sort out the true state of business processes, many companies reach...
Knowing which process improvement efforts will yield the most favorable business results can cause debate that creates indecision.  Counsel from Oliver Wight advisors who are on the front-lines of industry every day is invaluable. It creates awareness of how a company’s practices compare with the best in industry and how improvement will...
IBP Software Designed for Executive Decision Making Speed up your Success with the IBP Accelerator from Oliver Wight. It shortens time to results with the preconfigured views needed to run IBP. The charts are presentation-ready with rich graphics that communicate...
How good is good? How to get everyone working to the same metrics and expectations? How to drive the improvements needed to achieve business growth?  Answering the above client questions spurred the late Oliver Wight to create Oliver Wight Class A Standards more than 40 years ago. Now...