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Last Updated: 2012-02-28
Valucurve Management Systems Inc.
|Legal Name: Valucurve Management Systems Inc.|
|Operating Name: Valucurve Management Systems Inc.|
1001-250 Glenridge Dr.
1001-250 Glenridge Dr.
|Telephone: (519) 746-2858|
|Website URL: http://www.valucurve.com|
|Area of Responsibility: Manufacturing/Production/Operations Management Executive|
|Telephone: (519) 746-2858|
PROVIDE THE BUSINESS TOOLS AND THEIR EXECUTION TO IMPROVE YOUR EARNINGS
Greg Paupst founded ValuCurve Management Systems Inc. to provide Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) the expertise necessary to compete in the high velocity world markets of globalization. Greg networks with a number of complimentary consultants in specialty area of Information Technology, Lean Manufacturing, Strategic Thinking, Finance and Business Valuation. He has been directly involved in Training, Strategic Planning, Problem Solving and Senior Executive roles as a Contract Consultant with large multinational public companies, as well as small and medium private companies, with great success.
Greg Paupst is a results-oriented executive with an extensive career in business operations and business development. His experience includes start-up enterprises, quality/business systems implementation, strategic international partnership development and business turn arounds. He has an executive level background in labour relations, human resources, engineering, sales and marketing, manufacturing, and cross-cultural negotiation.
Greg has successfully negotiated numerous major collective bargaining agreements, joint ventures and agreements for international technology exchange with Korean, Japanese, U.S., European, Mexican and Canadian firms.
He led the construction of a greenfield manufacturing facility thereby establishing a significant market base in Mexico. He also led the building of an advanced technology facility in Detroit for automotive acoustics (sound abatement).
As chief executive of one company, Greg consolidated of a number of manufacturing locations in a new greenfield manufacturing employing Lean Manufacturing techniques. The manufacturing facilities adopted a number of best-in-class Japanese manufacturing techniques.
He led his manufacturing/engineering teams on numerous trips to Japan and Korea to meet with the parent companies of the North American New Domestics automotive manufactures. The team succeeded in clearly understanding and implementing the requirements and expectations of their North American New Domestic customers. This strategy brought major gains in market share with companies such as Toyota, North America.
In 2008 and 2009 Greg served as CEO for a Milton based manufacturing Company. He led the Company through one of the worst economic downturns since the “Dust Bowl” of the dirty thirties. The Company came through with a strong balance sheet, employees intact and new business secured.
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services|
|Alternate Industries (NAICS):||
541510 - Computer Systems Design and Related Services
541612 - Human Resources Consulting Services
541619 - Other Management Consulting Services
541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
541820 - Public Relations Services
611430 - Professional and Management Development Training
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
Product / Service / Licensing
I BECOME THE AFFORDABLE RESOURCE THAT WILL DEAL WITH THE ISSUES THAT KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT
Provide up to three (3) years of Contract Management/Leadership for organizations who want to go further than their current management capacity allows.
Fix problems that are negatively affecting corporate earnings.
Fix problems that are negatively affecting Quality, Cost and Delivery.
Leading and facilitating Strategic Planning in the Post 2010/2011 era.
Development of Business Plans including Sales and Marketing Plans.
Conduct in depth Competitor and Customer/Potential Customer analysis in order to define and create competitive advantage.
Conduct SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) , PEST (Political, Economic, Social, and Technological) analyses and TOWS matrix.
Develop, implement and maintain a certifiable Quality (Business) Management System
Train the organization in the tools and methods of Problem Solving and Permanent Corrective and Preventive action
Introduce and implement tools for succeeding in fragmented and niche markets.
Provide Information Technology (IT) facilitation to ensure that Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are perfect for the company’s and customer needs.
Eliminate waste through training and implementation of Lean Manufacturing tools and philosophies.
Implement 5 S practices throughout the organization.
Train and implement kaizen events where ever you need substantial improvement e.g. SMED (single minute exchange of dies).
Implement a Kaizen Teian (Teian suru: to propose) program to develop and execute a system for continuous improvement through employee proposals.
Conduct Value Stream Mapping to determine current state of the business and then develop and implement the Ideal State.
Conduct Root Cause Analysis and implement Permanent Corrective Action verify and validate.
Introduce and utilize organization wide KOIs (Key Operating Indicators) linked to corporate Goals and Objectives.
Become part of the organizations management team as an ongoing resource for the organization
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Date Modified: 2013-05-23