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How does an organization improve sustain results?

These are questions asked daily, by every business manager or owner. At TGG, we believe that these two questions are answered with a cycle that we have put in place thousands of times, with thousands of different teams:

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Sustainable change occurs when it is preceded by learning. Before practices can be applied and analyzed, they must be comprehended. TGG understands these key fundamentals, so first and foremost our consultants are trainers, mentors, and coaches. Because of this grounded approach, TGG will:

  • Generate significant excitement
  • Produce sustainable change
  • Empower employees
  • Change cultures
  • Produce excellent results


We cannot write enough about the topic of leaders within the context of organizational improvement. Nothing happens without leaders. Every time we work with your organization we are looking, seeking, calling, and challenging leaders to stand up.

Passive & Ineffective Leaders:

  • Laissez-Faire (LF)  | Hands-off leadership
  • Management-By-Exception (MBE) | Putting out the fires
  • Contingent Rewards (CR) | Let’s make a deal
As your business processes are defined, measured, and improved we give your leaders new strategies, tools, and techniques that allow their employees and organization to succeed. The scientific method and Lean Six Sigma framework enable these leaders to become:

Active & Effective Leaders:

  • Individualized Consideration (IC) | Compassionate leader
  • Intellectual Stimulation (IS)Thinking outside of the box
  • Inspirational Motivation (IM) | Exciting the masses and sharing the vision
  • Idealized Influence (II) | Actions speak louder than words

Strategic Change.

For Learning and Leaders to be effective, we must understand a simple equation: Q x A = E. When solving problems (Q), we need to consider the complexity of the problem. We define the problem statement so that we can apply the proper tool. We need rational solutions using tools supported by the acceptance (A) of stakeholders in the area. When determining acceptance, we need to understand how many different people and types of job functions are involved. The solving of problems and acceptance of stakeholders both determine if we produce effective (E) change.

The last item that we must consider in effective change is the concept of practice. Mastery of new procedures (we call it standard work) always comes through practice.

Fill out the form below for more information about how we can help you and your team improve your operational, capacity, and financial-based metrics.

Define your Problem Statement.

The first step towards breaking your organizational log jams is identifying and verbalizing the challenge you're facing. What are you trying to solve? This simple Problem Statement exercise can have profound implications for your team. It helps you define the issue and gives TGG some sense of where the soft spots could be in your Order to Cash process. We invite you to take a few moments to fill out this form. A TGG consultant will contact you shortly to discuss your Problem Statement and provide some insight on how we may be able to help.

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