The Oliver Wight Class A Standard has now become
a benchmark for the world’s highest performing
businesses. If you’d like to join them, this new Seventh Edition
is an essential element to help you get there.
When you talk to Oliver Wight about improving your business,
we'll assume you want results, not just better processes - things
like increased revenues and margins and greater market share
When you talk to Oliver Wight about improving your business, we’ll assume you want results, not just better processes - things like increased revenues and margins and greater market share. If you have the ambition, it is possible to make improvements that truly transform the performance of your organization and create more fulfilling roles for the people within it. We believe this can only be delivered by your own people. So, unlike other consultancy firms, we transfer our knowledge to you; knowledge that comes from nearly 50 years of working with some of the world’s best-known companies.
Oliver Wight has a long-standing reputation for innovation and we continually challenge the industry status quo, so you always get the latest in new thinking. Your Oliver Wight partners will use their real-world experience to ensure your people, business processes and technology are fully aligned and integrated right across your organization. They will coach, guide and inspire your people to drive change throughout your organization, allowing you to create a culture of continuous improvement and innovation that simply becomes for you ‘the way we do things around here’. It’s a proven, sustainable approach that will deliver results straight to the bottom line.
Oliver Wight Associate, Andy Walker, talks through how organisations can assess if IBP is truly the way they run their business, or if it is just one of many planning processes.
We reveal how Oliver Wight's Class A in Planning & Control helped to transform leading hydroelectric turbine and engine cooling pump manufacturer, Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon from good, to great.
Oliver Wight EAME has been featured in Logistics Manager, discussing the future of S&OP and forecasting.
Oliver Wight Associate, Dawn Howarth, has been featured in the March issue of Logistics Manager discussing ERP systems in the 21st century.
We’re now 3 weeks in and getting the design teams underway. This is a very important task, as well as a critical role in developing an Integrated Business Planning process that will work effectively at FC.
Oliver Wight Associate, Kirsty Braines, offers an snapshot on how technology is shaping not only the supply chain, but other functions in a 21st century organisation.
What would be the impact of a no deal Brexit on manufacturing? Oliver Wight Associate, Dawn Dent, explains the possibilities.
In this blog we uncover the five keys of process sustainability that can not only help you maintain business results, but also build improvement through a disciplined approach.