Operational Excellence By Design
XONITEK is a consulting firm with extensive experience serving international and multicultural companies in various industries.
Our Passion: We help snap your vision of the future into focus and augment your know-how to make that vision a reality. As stewards of your strategy, we know from experience that what works in one locale cannot be directly copied to another; rather, best practices must be replicated with due regard for variations in local cultures, infrastructure and environments.
Our Clients: Most of our clients are publicly-listed firms with international operations or value-chains, typically with a mature continuous improvement program. Their goal is to become a high-performance organization with a clear vision, clearly communicated and vigorously pursued. They are committed to providing support and resources and are prepared to align those resources to realize their vision. They look to XONITEK as their strategic partner.
Our Team: With at least a decade of experience in a specific industry, each of our consultants is a highly capable subject matter expert. We move quickly from assessment to action to help you create a corporate culture where Operational Excellence is the norm.
“Operational Excellence is a state of readiness attained as the efforts throughout the enterprise reach a state of alignment for pursuing its strategies; where the corporate culture is committed to the continuous and deliberate improvement of company performance and the circumstances of those who work there – and is a precursor to becoming a high-performance organization.”Joseph F Paris Jr; Chairman, XONITEK Group of Companies
- 2021-June: Operational Excellence by Design eNewsletter
- Outliers Inn; Mentorship
- State of Readiness; Brent Gleeson; Navy SEAL and Author of “Taking Point” and “Embrace the Suck”
- Task Overload
- 2021-May: Operational Excellence by Design eNewsletter
- Being Setup for Failure
- Supercharged Supply Chain; Questioning what we know
- Outliers Inn; Getting the jab, optical rip-offs, mentorship, and getting back to nature