MMC use a “Solutions – Adult Learning Approach” that is easily facilitated.

The MMC Project-Based Training contextualises Problem-Solving Methodologies to achieve operational, tactical and strategic improvements. MMC training in AQF Competitive Systems and Practices (Lean) Cert IV and through the TAE 40116 Cert IV, contextualises clients’ CI Program and Problem-Solving Methodology. MMC PS Methodology uses Dr Deming’s “PDSA” cycle.

[Note: One can CHECK a Product to Specification but must STUDY a Process for Stability before Capability]

Involvement of people in Project-based Continual Improvement and Problem-Solving Teams can forge alignment of Strategy, People and Processes to Embed Strategic Change.

MMC registered the Keep, Change and Create™ as a Trademark Name with IP Australia.

Our employees are our greatest asset and the cornerstone of our business. Our core strength comes from the diverse background and experience of our staff. Embracing diversity, we have an international workforce of highly educated staff that treat each other with mutual respect and professionalism.

Risk-Based Systems designed and implemented our consulting team has completed over 300 single and integrated management and business improvement systems in Australia, ASEAN, Asia, Middle East UK.

The 70:20:10 Ratio for MMC System Review

MMC respects what an organisation has already as its management system, processes and current procedures. MMC assumes they are stable and capable in meeting their customer and other stakeholder specifications and requirements. Hence, what should the management Keep.

With the external and internal factors; risks and opportunities, stakeholders and relevant interested needs and expectations, the organisation agrees what to Change and resourced for improving the current system.

The business needs to consider is situation and what strategically, tactically and operationally needs to be improved. It must deliver the step-change in their management system and create the process structure to deliver business value and external certification benefits.

Problem Solving Pocket Guide

This guide and supporting materials were the first Continuous Improvement methodologies, guides, tools and techniques accredited under the Australian Qualifications Framework for Manufactured Mineral Products, Road Transport and Extractive Industries from Certificate II to Diploma. The Boral Finance Department’s independent financial review of the Boral CI 33 Project Based Training outcomes under the Magna Carta Strategy were for a] Cross-functional Project Teams over 3 years identified from the Boral Business Plans requiring large Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) was 13.8% and b) Toolbox Teams identified and selected As site specific reducing waste operating expenditure (OPEX) and /or increasing output within minimal capital outlay was 409.6%.

The MMC materials were licensed for use with the University of Newcastle Vice Chancellor and HR and IT Departments and Hunter TAFE.

Other clients conducting Adult Learning Project Based Team Projects using MMC Problem Solving Guides and Tools and Techniques within their CI Programs for accredited AQF Qualifications in Advanced Diploma of Management, Competitive Systems and Practices, Frontline Leadership, Lean, Six Sigma and in-company Continuous Improvement programs include: Abbott Point Coal Terminal, ACL Bearings, Asciano, Australian Aerospace, Austrim Nylex, Bombardier, Bradford Insulation, CASG – RAAF Base Richmond Air Lift System Program Office, Dairy Farmers, Dalrymple Coal Terminal, Dual Foods, Electrolux, Flexco, Global Rotomoulding, GM Holden, Logistics and Supply Chain Association of Australia, NSW Water Police, NSW Police Force, NSW Maritime College TAFE, Mack Trucks, MtM Automotive, Orrcon Steel, Ozgene Bio-Medical, Pacific National, PWCS, RAAF, RAN, Reliance Hexham, ResMed, RPC Technologies, Smorgon Steel, Suncorp Insurance, Swinburne University, Volvo Trucks, Westpac Banking Corporation, Woollahra Municipal Council.

Client Engagement Processes

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