Measure and Improve

Certified Leadership Training, Strategic Coaching & Consulting


Continuous Improvement Offers:

Problem Solving

Problem Solving Made Easy

Problem solving is a key skill used to strengthen your manufacturing results. You must have a efficient way to solve problems in order to increase your productivity. Hence, we will take you through a Continuous Improvement process to define your key issues and can help you solve them, once and for all. We show you techniques such as 4W,2H & 1C, 5 Why’s, Fishbone and other brainstorming tools to solve your “opportunities” improvement. You will learn problem solving at its best.

Standard Work

Standard Work is not so Standard

Have you ever had the same problem come back again and again? It can be so frustrating. You put all your effort into defining the problem, you work with a team to put in solutions and BINGO, the problem re-appears! We believe that standard work and auditing are key to keeping your solutions in place for the long haul.  Basically, standard work is documenting the solution in a manner that the team can follow every time in the future. Let us show you how.

5 S

What Happened to 5S?

5S allows you to optimize, organize and standardize your processes. For some reason, we don’t see people using it as often as they should. If you have issues with tools going missing, time being wasted or people being unclear of what to do, you need 5S. We train our clients on the tools and help you implement an actual project. Consequently,  you gain the confidence to implement 5S on their own. Call us to day to book a Clarity Session.

Auditing is not Just for QA

In manufacturing, we find that Kamishibai is one of the easiest and most engaging auditing processes around. It sounds like a mouthful, however, it really is not that hard. If you want more ownership and team involvement to keep your processes in place, you need auditing. Corpex will show you how. We demonstrate the importance of Gemba Walks that are aimed at spotting problems in a proactive way. If you are finding gaps in auditing, let us show you how to make it simple!

We support companies and individuals by identifying where they are in their improvement journey and developing a motivating set of goals you want to achieve. Using our accreditation for EXECUTIVE/CORPORATE/BUSINESS coaching and our continuous improvement experience, we set you up for success. Consequently, our approach centers around LEAN principles which prioritize waste reduction and process optimization. 

Frequently Asked Questions:


A continuous improvement project is an improvement requiring very little capital if any at all. It takes a team approach and can usually be done very quickly. Using a Kaizen technique, a team can accomplish small wins that add up to significant savings.


Continuous improvement can be initiated in any company. There are simple and basic tools you can learn, or you can venture into more sophisticated and advanced methods of improvement. There is no one way to do this. Therefore, our approach  can be customized to your culture.


A continuous improvement culture is proven to provide positive return on investment. Because projects are completed with little focus on capital, you can realize savings very quickly while equally engaging your workforce in engaging teamwork activities. Therefore, it can totally change the way you do business. 

We can help make Continuous Improvement part of your culture.

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