Performance Management & Continuous Improvement

Building a culture of continuous improvement is the foundation for performance management. A key component of UHY Advisors' performance management and continuous improvement projects is the installation of the Optimal Performance Improvement System (OPMS™), which is a set of informational and behavioral routines which enables client management to quickly recognize and execute effective corrective actions when actual conditions fall short of the objectives. OPMS™ also provides critical accountability and change management tools, enabling clients to recognize the key performance information and identify how to change behaviors based on this information. Users of OPMS™ include all levels, from operators to managers to executives.

Case Study

UHY Advisors’ Client, AlphaUSA, Makes Headlines with ‘Big Data’
AlphaUSA, a Livonia-based private fastener supplier, called upon the experts of UHY Advisors’ Enterprise Optimization Practice for assistance with streamlining their production capabilities. Crain’s Detroit Business featured a story on how AlphaUSA installed the system which helped collect and analyze their data to improve product planning, streamline development and meet the industry’s aggressive launch schedules over the next three years.

UHY Advisors’ performance management and continuous improvement projects is the installation of the Optimal Performance Improvement System (OPMS™), which is a set of informational and behavioral routines, which enables client management to quickly recognize and execute effective corrective actions when actual conditions fall short of the objectives. Tom Alongi, Juergen Meyer and team helped AlphaUSA to utilize this system, thus helping to improve their production efficiency tremendously. OPMS™ also provides critical accountability and change management tools, enabling clients to recognize the key performance information and identify how to change behaviors based on this information. Users of OPMS include all levels, from operators to managers to executives. View the Crain's article here.