Cost reduction is one of the management issues we focus on. Not only because it always involves decisions on management level, but in almost every case it also requires management structure-, and very often method adjustments.

Besides potential cost-, or loss reductions by optimizing the products, production, and quality as shown in our related topics an enormous resource lies in the management itself. From purchasing or procurement management, reliability and efficiency to workload distribution. From location-, and space management to tax-, and incentive-, or public support program management.

Losses generated by management exist in every organization more or less, and in most cases to a much higher extend than they suspect. Which is very logical and normal, for those are usually accumulating hidden losses, and once surfaced somebody will most likely be blamed. *

This is why they grow with the companies and require outside intervention to be detected and adjusted.

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* You cannot solve problems with the same people who created them (Albert Einstein)