Make the world a smarter place
There is a way to improve
continuously — without incurring
the chaos and indecision
that so often accompanies
Organisations we work with develop problem-solving and decision-making techniques that make performance acceleration not just possible, but inevitable.
Crucially, our methods let you implement changes that stick, the first time round.
And that means less two steps forward, one step back.
We’re not here to teach people to do their job better
Instead, we create whole-system alignment, improve inter-team communication, and give everyone greater visibility for better decision-making, scheduling and deployment that controls risk and has greater potential for growth.
We deliver this through visualising the workflows in real time and simplifying the seemingly complex business challenges.
That’s how you ensure your people are — at any one point — making the right decisions and working on the tasks that will deliver the greatest possible return.
Black Belt in Thinking - BBIT
Instead of taking action that gets you closer to your goals, are you and your team constantly hesitating, second-guessing and overthinking, leading to:
- jerky workflow (constantly getting interrupted)
- task-switching due to competing priorities
- starting things but not finishing them & juggling many balls
This five-week course introduces logical thinking processes — a first-principles way to generate breakthrough solutions. This management and leadership course develops practical skills that enable you to think critically yet quickly — allowing you to more rapidly develop innovative solutions to even the most intractable problems.
In conjunction with ViAGO and OrangeLime Consulting, Navia implemented CargoWise One productivity tools and TOC throughout the business.
Thus far results have been very positive and we have seen a lot of our initial pain points disappear or substantially reduced.
“Mainfreight has always sought out ways to improve the efficiency of our operations.
This is a continuing process that will never end.
However, we can often fall into making process changes on the fly because of a shipment being missed or a service failure that should not have happened.”