In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business landscape, organizations are compelled to continuously improve their processes to stay competitive and meet evolving customer demands. Process maturity serves as a crucial precursor to successful operational excellence and process modernization endeavors, providing the necessary groundwork for sustainable and impactful transformations. At Tactegra, we recognize the intrinsic link between process maturity and process modernization, and we have developed a comprehensive framework to guide organizations through this transformative journey.
We define process maturity as a company’s ongoing commitment to nurturing a robust process ecosystem by consistently modernizing its processes. This commitment ensures alignment with strategic growth, profitability, and customer expectations. The Tactegra Process Maturity System encompasses a range of methodologies and practices designed to assess and baseline processes as the critical first step towards process modernization. By systematically evaluating processes across multiple dimensions, we identify areas of strength, weakness, and untapped potential. These insights pave the way for a targeted and effective modernization strategy that aligns with an organization’s overarching goals and objectives.
The dimensions evaluated by the Tactegra Process Maturity System are carefully selected to capture the key elements that contribute to process excellence. Performance Management assesses the organization’s ability to set clear goals, monitor progress, achieve customer expectations, and drive accountability. Standards & Documentation focuses on the establishment of standardized procedures and documentation to enhance consistency and clarity. The Measurement System dimension evaluates the organization’s capacity to collect accurate process-related data and leverage performance metrics to analyze and assess the performance, progress, and quality of a business process. Employee Adoption assesses the level of employee engagement, training, and effective knowledge transfer of processes in which they work, enabling them to perform their roles or functions with proficiency and efficiency. Lastly, the Process Improvement Platform dimension explores the presence of skills, methodologies, tools, and technologies that enable continuous improvement.
Each dimension is evaluated and assigned a score within the continuous rating scale of 1 to 10, resulting in the Process Maturity Model Index (PMMI). The PMMI provides a clear indication of the process’s maturity level, enabling organizations to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. By striving for a PMMI score of 7.5 or above, organizations can establish a solid foundation for process modernization endeavors.
Process modernization is a proactive and purposeful approach to transform existing processes to meet new challenges, leverage emerging technologies, and drive innovation. It builds upon the foundation of process maturity, utilizing the insights gained from the maturity assessment to inform modernization efforts. By enhancing process maturity, organizations lay the groundwork for more streamlined, efficient, and adaptable processes that can support and accelerate modernization initiatives.
Operational excellence, on the other hand, encompasses the holistic optimization of operations, driving efficiency, and delivering exceptional value to customers. It requires organizations to continually refine and improve their processes to achieve superior performance. Process maturity acts as the bridge that connects operational excellence and process modernization. It provides the necessary structure, consistency, and efficiency to drive operational excellence initiatives, while also serving as the foundation for process modernization efforts.
The Tactegra Process Maturity System acts as a compass, guiding organizations towards process modernization success. It identifies opportunities for improvement, highlights potential bottlenecks, and provides a roadmap for organizations to optimize their processes. The culmination of this journey is the development of a customized Continuous Improvement Plan that outlines specific actions, methodologies, and resources required to achieve the desired level of process modernization.
By assessing and enhancing process maturity, organizations gain a comprehensive understanding of their current processes, identify areas for improvement, and establish a solid framework for operational excellence and process modernization. The insights gained from process maturity assessments inform decision-making, guide the implementation of improvement initiatives, and facilitate the successful adoption of new technologies and practices.
In this white paper, we delve into the critical relationship between process maturity, operational excellence, and process modernization. We explore how process maturity forms the bedrock for operational excellence, driving efficiency, consistency, and customer value. We also highlight how process maturity serves as the launching pad for process modernization, enabling organizations to embrace innovation, leverage emerging technologies, and achieve breakthrough improvements.
Throughout this white paper, we will examine the dimensions of process maturity, the evaluation process, and the impact it has on operational excellence and process modernization. By understanding the importance of process maturity in achieving operational excellence and driving process modernization, organizations can strategically position themselves for success in an ever-evolving business landscape.
PROCESS MATURITY: THE INTERSECTION OF OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE AND PROCESS MODERNIZATION
Process maturity enables a company to establish a solid framework for continuous improvement and the ability to meet and exceed customer needs. Within this framework, processes are recognized as the bedrock of an organization, representing the systematic and structured approach to achieving desired outcomes. Well-defined and optimized processes ensure consistency, efficiency, quality, value, and excellence in achieving or exceeding both customer and employee expectations.
Process maturity is the catalyst that propels organizations towards operational excellence and process modernization. It encompasses well-defined and optimized processes that ensure consistency, efficiency, quality, value, and excellence in exceeding customer and employee expectations. The intersection between operational excellence and process modernization lies in their shared focus on process improvement and delivering value. Both initiatives require a deep understanding of their processes to identify areas for improvement, establish performance benchmarks, and set goals for enhanced operational effectiveness.
Operational excellence encompasses a holistic approach to optimizing operations, driving efficiency, and delivering value to customers. It involves streamlining processes, eliminating waste, and maximizing productivity to achieve superior performance. Well-established and mature processes form the backbone of operational excellence, providing the consistency, reliability, and repeatability necessary to drive efficiency and effectiveness across the organization. Through standardized processes, the company can eliminate redundancies, reduce errors, and improve overall productivity.
Process modernization, on the other hand, is not a one-time event but rather an iterative and collaborative journey. Organizations embark on this journey by leveraging process maturity insights and engaging cross-functional teams to reimagine processes, harness technology advancements, and implement transformative changes. Successful process modernization initiatives are characterized by effective change management, clear communication, and the involvement of stakeholders at all levels of the organization.
Process modernization, guided by process maturity, enables organizations to strategically align their processes with business goals and customer expectations. By eliminating inefficiencies, optimizing workflows, and embracing innovative technologies, organizations can enhance operational agility, reduce costs, accelerate time-to-market, and deliver superior value to customers. Process modernization driven by process maturity serves as a key differentiator, enabling organizations to thrive in a rapidly changing business landscape.
Process maturity, operational excellence, and process modernization are essential components of a forward-thinking and customer-centric organization. By embracing process maturity as the foundation for operational excellence and process modernization, companies can continuously improve their processes, enhance customer satisfaction, drive innovation, and achieve sustainable growth in today’s competitive business landscape.
To evaluate the maturity of a business process, the Tactegra Process Maturity System employs a comprehensive assessment methodology overseen by highly skilled professionals, such as Master Black Belts or Senior Black Belts. Their expertise is vital in navigating the complexity involved in assessing various elements of documentation, conducting in-depth statistical analysis, and interpreting the results with precision.
The involvement of Master Black Belts or Senior Black Belts ensures that the evaluation process is conducted with the utmost precision and accuracy. Their deep understanding of continuous process improvement methodologies allows them to identify key performance indicators, root causes of inefficiencies, and areas for improvement. They bring a wealth of knowledge to the assessment, enabling them to interpret the results effectively and provide meaningful recommendations for process enhancement.
By having skilled professionals lead the deployment of the Tactegra Process Maturity System, organizations can have confidence in the accuracy and reliability of the assessment. These experts bring a refined understanding of process improvement techniques, data analysis, and industry best practices, ensuring that the evaluation is conducted at the highest standard.
The Tactegra Process Maturity System evaluates processes across multiple dimensions, including Performance Management, Standards & Documentation, Measurement System, Employee Adoption, and Process Improvement Platform. Through this comprehensive evaluation, organizations gain insights into the strengths, weaknesses, and improvement opportunities within their processes. These assessments delve into various dimensions, such as performance management, standards and documentation, measurement systems, employee adoption, and process improvement platforms. The evaluation of process maturity involves assigning ratings to each dimension based on predefined criteria.
Each dimension is assessed based on specific criteria and assigned a rating within the Process Maturity Model Index (PMMI). Moreover, the evaluation includes a weighting factor that emphasizes the relevance of individual dimensions to the specific process under assessment. This nuanced evaluation approach ensures a comprehensive and context-specific understanding of process maturity.
Key aspects of process maturity lie in the thorough audit, review, and evaluation of how processes are controlled, monitored, managed, and supported. Additionally, in-depth reviews are performed on documentation such as Service Level Agreements (both internal and external), comprehensive Process and Value Stream Maps, and training materials. The review of documentation ensures that processes are well-documented, up-to-date, and aligned with the organization’s strategic objectives. It also allows for the identification of any gaps or inconsistencies that may hinder process efficiency.
In addition to documentation, process maturity involves conducting in-depth statistical analysis to gain insights into process performance and capability in relation to customer expectations. This analysis aims to identify process breakdowns, logjams, and areas of improvement. It provides a quantitative understanding of how well processes are meeting customer requirements and where performance gaps and variability exist. By performing root cause analysis, organizations can pinpoint the underlying factors contributing to process performance issues and take targeted actions for improvement.
Process maturity further extends to assessing whether a process can achieve its expectations through incremental improvements or if it requires a complete redesign. This evaluation considers the organization’s goals, customer expectations, and the strategic value of the process. It helps determine the most appropriate course of action to enhance process performance, whether it involves incremental optimization or a fundamental transformation.
By measuring the maturity level of each dimension and aggregating the results through the PMMI, organizations can identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. The PMMI serves as a clear benchmark for the current state of process maturity, providing a reference point for progress tracking and highlighting areas that require attention.
By aligning process maturity with operational excellence and process modernization, organizations can foster a culture of continuous improvement, drive innovation, and achieve sustainable growth. The Tactegra Process Maturity System serves as a guiding framework to assess, enhance, and align processes with organizational objectives, setting the stage for successful operational excellence initiatives and effective process modernization strategies.
The intersection between operational excellence, process maturity, and process modernization lies in their shared focus on process improvement and delivering value. Process maturity and continuous improvement are inherently linked. Mature processes provide a solid foundation for ongoing improvement efforts, fostering a culture of continuous learning, adaptation, and innovation. Organizations committed to process maturity embrace a mindset of continual improvement, encouraging employees at all levels to contribute ideas, share best practices, and drive positive change. This ongoing commitment to improvement ensures that processes remain agile, adaptable, and responsive to evolving customer needs and market dynamics.
PROCESS MATURITY: KEY EVALUATION DIMENSIONS
With greater than 75 years of combined business process experience, the Tactegra leadership believes that the evaluation of the five key dimensions within its Process Maturity System provides a comprehensive view into the performance and behaviors of a process infrastructure, as well as the relevant cultural aspects in how processes are viewed and cared for in the environment. These dimensions, namely Performance Management, Standards & Documentation, Measurement System, Employee Adoption, and Process Improvement Platform, serve as critical indicators of process maturity and form the foundation for driving operational excellence and process modernization. By assessing these dimensions, organizations gain valuable insights into the strengths, weaknesses, and improvement opportunities within their processes, enabling them to make informed decisions and prioritize areas for enhancement.
The evaluation process within the Tactegra Process Maturity System involves assessing each dimension against a set of deliverables, which encompass a range of tools, artifacts, and documents. These deliverables are essential components that support and enable the process under evaluation. During the assessment, each deliverable is assigned an assessment score of 0, 3, or 5 based on the associated guidelines, reflecting the degree to which the deliverable meets the desired criteria. Additionally, a weighting from 1 to 5 is assigned to each deliverable, considering its relevance and significance to the specific process. This weighting factor considers how crucial the deliverable is in supporting the overall effectiveness and performance of the process. To determine the rating score of each deliverable, the assessed score is multiplied by the weighting factor. This calculation yields an individual rating outcome for each deliverable within a given dimension, providing a granular evaluation of its contribution to process maturity. Finally, these rating outcomes are compiled to derive an overall score for the associated dimension. The Process Maturity Model Index (PMMI) is then calculated by aggregating the rating outcomes of each of the five dimensions. This comprehensive and weighted evaluation approach ensures a thorough assessment of process maturity, capturing the strengths, weaknesses, and improvement opportunities across multiple dimensions. The PMMI serves as a quantitative measure of the process’s maturity level, providing organizations with valuable insights and a benchmark for progress as they strive for operational excellence and process modernization
The nature of deliverables, coupled with the scoring, inspection, reviews, and evaluation involved in the assessment process, highlights the importance of leveraging highly skilled professionals within the Tactegra Process Maturity System. To ensure the accuracy and reliability of the assessment, Tactegra relies on the expertise of Master Black Belts (MBBs) and Senior Black Belts (SBBs). These experienced professionals bring extensive knowledge and proficiency in continuous process improvement methodologies. Their involvement is instrumental in navigating the complexities of the assessment process, which includes scrutinizing and evaluating various deliverables, conducting thorough inspections and reviews, and interpreting the results with precision. By harnessing the skills and expertise of MBBs and SBBs, Tactegra ensures that the assessment process is conducted at the highest standard, providing organizations with trustworthy insights and actionable recommendations for process enhancement.
The Performance Management dimension within the Tactegra Process Maturity System focuses on six key deliverables that are essential for effective performance management and driving operational excellence:
- Customer Requirements (including Compliance and Risk): This deliverable involves capturing and understanding the expectations, needs, and requirements of customers, as well as compliance and risk considerations. It encompasses the processes and mechanisms in place to identify, document, and validate customer requirements to ensure alignment with organizational goals.
- Process Performance Indicators: This deliverable entails the identification and tracking of key performance indicators (KPIs) that provide insights into the overall performance and health of the process. These indicators help monitor process efficiency, effectiveness, and alignment with strategic objectives.
- Process Controls: This deliverable encompasses the establishment of controls and measures to ensure that processes are executed consistently and in line with predefined standards. It involves the implementation of procedures, guidelines, and checkpoints to minimize variations, mitigate risks, and achieve desired outcomes.
- Demand Requirements: This deliverable focuses on understanding and managing the demand for products or services. It involves forecasting, capacity planning, and aligning production or service delivery with customer demand to optimize resource utilization and meet customer expectations.
- Process Performance Measurements: This deliverable involves the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data related to process performance. It includes metrics such as cycle time, throughput, quality indicators, and customer satisfaction ratings. These measurements provide insights into process effectiveness and efficiency, enabling organizations to identify improvement opportunities.
- Visual Display and Dashboards: This deliverable involves the use of visual displays, dashboards, and reporting mechanisms to provide real-time visibility into process performance. It enables stakeholders to monitor progress, identify trends, and make data-driven decisions to drive continuous improvement.
Each of these deliverables may be presented in or be the output of various tools or artifacts. For example, Voice of the Customer (VOC) techniques, surveys, Service Level Agreements (SLAs), Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Critical-to-Quality (CTQ) charts, Failure Mode, and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Takt Time analysis, Capability Analysis, Cycle Time analysis, Quality Functional Deployment (QFD), and Sigma Levels can be used to capture, analyze, and present the required information.
During the assessment process, each deliverable is assigned a score based on predefined factors. These factors consider whether the deliverable exists, is derived appropriately using various tools and analysis methods, and demonstrates repeatability and reproducibility. The assessment evaluates the maturity of each deliverable within the Performance Management dimension, providing insights into the strengths and areas for improvement.
In-depth statistical analysis may be conducted as part of the assessment process if sufficient data is available. This analysis helps establish baselines or benchmark statistics, allowing organizations to compare current performance against desired targets and industry standards. It enables organizations to identify areas of improvement, set realistic goals, and track progress over time.
By evaluating the deliverables within the Performance Management dimension and conducting statistical analysis, organizations gain a comprehensive understanding of their process performance, customer requirements, and the effectiveness of their management practices. This knowledge serves as a foundation for driving operational excellence and enables organizations to make data-driven decisions for process optimization and improvement.
The Standards and Documentation dimension within the Tactegra Process Maturity System focuses on four key deliverables that are crucial for establishing clear standards and documentation practices:
- Process Definition: This deliverable involves providing high-level descriptions of the processes primarily in the form of a manual or document. It focuses on capturing the essential elements of the process, roles, and responsibilities, and the overall flow from a SIPOC (Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, Customers) perspective. Process definitions provide a foundational understanding of the process structure and its key components.
- Risk and Compliance: This deliverable entails the documentation and management of risk and compliance requirements associated with the processes. It includes identifying and assessing potential risks, implementing controls and mitigation strategies, and ensuring adherence to regulatory and compliance standards relevant to the organization’s industry. Regulatory documentation and industry-specific compliance guidelines are essential tools in documenting and addressing risk and compliance considerations.
- Process Maps: This deliverable goes beyond high-level descriptions and delves into detailed descriptions and flows of the processes. It involves creating visual representations, such as Level 5 Process Maps, value stream maps, and flowcharts, that provide a more granular view of the process steps, decision points, and interactions. These process maps serve as valuable artifacts that capture the intricate details and dependencies within the process flow.
- Training: This deliverable focuses on the availability and effectiveness of training materials and programs related to the processes. It includes documenting training materials, conducting training sessions, and ensuring employees have the necessary knowledge and skills to perform their roles effectively. Learning Management Systems (LMS) are commonly used tools to manage and deliver training content and track employee progress.
Each of these deliverables may be presented in or be the output of various tools or artifacts. For example, Level 5 Process Maps, SIPOC (Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, Customers) templates, regulatory documentation, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and Learning Management Systems (LMS) are commonly utilized tools and artifacts in the creation and presentation of these deliverables. These tools enhance the documentation process, provide clarity, and facilitate effective communication of the required information.
During the assessment process, each deliverable is evaluated based on predefined factors, such as whether it exists, is appropriately derived, and demonstrates repeatability and reproducibility. The assessment provides insights into the maturity of each deliverable within the Standards and Documentation dimension, identifying areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
By leveraging tools such as Level 5 Process Maps, SIPOC, regulatory documentation, and Learning Management Systems (LMS), organizations can enhance their documentation practices and ensure consistency, accuracy, and accessibility of the required information. These tools streamline the documentation process, promote standardization, and facilitate effective training and compliance efforts.
The Employee Adoption dimension within the Tactegra Process Maturity System focuses on two key deliverables that are crucial for assessing employee engagement and integration within the processes:
- Employee Engagement: This deliverable involves evaluating the level of employee engagement and commitment to the processes. It encompasses understanding employees’ attitudes, satisfaction, and motivation related to their roles and responsibilities within the processes. Employee surveys, feedback mechanisms, and engagement programs are tools commonly used to gauge employee engagement and gather insights into their perspectives.
- Workforce and Process Integration: This deliverable assesses the level of integration and alignment between the workforce and the processes. It evaluates how well employees understand their roles, responsibilities, and contributions to the overall process outcomes. It also focuses on the level of collaboration, communication, and teamwork among employees to ensure smooth process execution. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), process documentation, and other artifacts play a crucial role in facilitating workforce and process integration.
Each of these deliverables may be presented in or be the output of various tools or artifacts. For example, employee surveys and feedback mechanisms are common tools to assess employee engagement and gather valuable insights. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and process documentation provide clarity on roles, responsibilities, and process expectations, promoting workforce and process integration.
During the assessment process, each deliverable is evaluated based on predefined factors, such as their existence, appropriateness, and repeatability. The assessment considers whether the deliverables are effectively derived and demonstrate consistency and alignment with employee perspectives. It aims to capture the employees’ actual experiences and perceptions rather than relying solely on management’s perceptions.
Understanding the employees’ perspective is crucial in the Employee Adoption dimension. It recognizes the importance of employee engagement and involvement in process-related activities. By considering their perspectives, organizations can identify areas where improvements can be made to enhance employee satisfaction, motivation, and collaboration within the processes.
To gain insights into employee perspectives, surveys, interviews, focus groups, and other forms of employee feedback are essential. These methods allow organizations to gather valuable information directly from the employees, ensuring their voices are heard and their experiences are considered.
The Measurement System dimension within the Tactegra Process Maturity System focuses on four key deliverables that are crucial for assessing the effectiveness and reliability of process measurement and analysis:
- Process Measurement System: This deliverable evaluates the organization’s measurement system used to collect and analyze process data. It examines the tools, techniques, and methodologies employed to measure and monitor key process parameters. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), data collection methods, and data analysis tools are commonly used artifacts in assessing the process measurement system.
- Process CTQs (Critical-to-Quality): This deliverable involves identifying and defining the critical process parameters that directly impact the quality of the final product or service. It focuses on understanding the key requirements and specifications that must be met to satisfy customer needs and expectations. Control Plans, driver tree analysis, and process capability sensitivity analysis are examples of tools and artifacts utilized to assess and define Process CTQs.
- Measurement System Validation: This deliverable assesses the validation and verification procedures in place to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the measurement system. It includes evaluating techniques such as Gauge R&R (Repeatability and Reproducibility), Statistical Process Control (SPC), and other statistical analysis methods. These tools help assess the consistency and capability of the measurement system in providing reliable data for decision-making.
- Process Improvement Capability: This deliverable focuses on evaluating the organization’s ability to leverage process data and analysis to drive process improvement initiatives. It examines the methodologies, tools, and resources available to identify improvement opportunities, analyze process performance, and implement effective improvement strategies. Tools such as process capability analysis, statistical analysis techniques, and improvement frameworks are commonly used in assessing process improvement capability.
Each of these deliverables may be presented in or be the output of various tools or artifacts. For example, KPIs, control plans, driver tree analysis, process capability sensitivity analysis, gage R&R, and Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts are commonly utilized tools in the measurement system dimension. These tools help capture, analyze, and interpret process data, facilitating informed decision-making and driving process improvement efforts.
During the assessment process, each deliverable is evaluated based on predefined factors, such as their existence, appropriateness, and adherence to relevant methodologies. The assessment ensures that the measurement system is robust, aligned with process requirements, and capable of providing accurate and reliable data for analysis and improvement activities. In-depth statistical analysis may also be performed when data is available, providing insights into process performance, variability, and areas for enhancement.
The Process Improvement dimension within the Tactegra Process Maturity System focuses on four key deliverables that are crucial for driving process improvement initiatives and achieving sustainable business impact:
- Demand and Forecast Supply Improvement: This deliverable involves evaluating the organization’s ability to effectively manage and improve the alignment between demand and forecasted supply. It includes analyzing demand patterns, forecasting techniques, and supply chain optimization strategies. ANOVA (Analysis of Variance), regression modeling, and other statistical analysis methods are commonly used tools to assess and improve demand and forecast supply.
- Process Improvement Plan: This deliverable focuses on the existence and effectiveness of a structured plan for process improvement. It encompasses the identification of improvement opportunities, prioritization of initiatives, and allocation of resources to drive meaningful change. Management by Fact, control plans, and other improvement frameworks are commonly utilized tools in developing and accessing process improvement plans.
- Control Plan and Process Governance: This deliverable assesses the organization’s control plan and process governance mechanisms to ensure the implementation and sustainability of process improvements. It includes evaluating the presence of control measures, standard operating procedures, and governance structures that monitor and enforce process compliance. Control plans, business cases, and other artifacts play a crucial role in ensuring effective process governance and control.
- Business Impact: This deliverable evaluates the quantifiable business impact achieved through process improvement initiatives. It focuses on measuring and assessing the tangible outcomes resulting from process changes, such as cost savings, quality improvements, cycle time reductions, and customer satisfaction enhancements. Business cases, financial analyses, and performance metrics are commonly used tools to assess and demonstrate the business impact of process improvement efforts.
Each of these deliverables may be presented in or be the output of various tools or artifacts. For example, Hypothesis Testing, regression modeling, management by fact, control plans, business cases, benefit & effort matrices, and financial analyses are commonly utilized tools and artifacts in the Process Improvement dimension. These tools facilitate data-driven decision-making, measure the effectiveness of improvement initiatives, and demonstrate the value generated through process enhancements.
During the assessment process, each deliverable is evaluated based on predefined factors, such as their existence, appropriateness, and effectiveness in driving process improvement and business impact. The assessment ensures that the organization has a structured approach to process improvement, effective control mechanisms, and a clear understanding of the quantifiable benefits resulting from improvement efforts. In-depth statistical analysis may also be conducted when data is available to support process improvement activities.
The evaluation and assessment of the five key dimensions within the Tactegra Process Maturity System provides organizations with a comprehensive view of their process infrastructure’s performance and behaviors. These dimensions serve as critical indicators of process maturity and form the foundation for driving operational excellence and process modernization. By assessing these dimensions, organizations gain valuable insights into the strengths, weaknesses, and improvement opportunities within their processes, enabling them to make informed decisions and prioritize areas for enhancement.
The systematic review and evaluation of deliverables, tools, and artifacts associated with each dimension provide organizations with a holistic understanding of their process maturity level. The scoring, inspection, reviews, and evaluations conducted by highly skilled professionals ensure the accuracy, reliability, and relevance of the assessments. The data-driven approach, combined with in-depth statistical analysis when available, enables organizations to benchmark their process performance, identify improvement opportunities, and develop effective strategies for process enhancement.
By leveraging the insights gained from the assessment of the dimensions, organizations can lay the groundwork for successful process modernization initiatives. The comprehensive evaluation of Performance Management, Standards and Documentation, Employee Adoption, Measurement System, and Process Improvement enables organizations to drive operational excellence, improve efficiency, meet customer needs, and stay competitive in a rapidly evolving business landscape.
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, organizations face increasing pressure to drive process modernization and achieve operational excellence. The key to success lies in harnessing the power of process maturity, and that’s where Tactegra comes in. As an 8A, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned management consulting firm, we bring a unique perspective and expertise to the table. With a specialization in Assessments (Process, Programs, Organizations), Process Modernization, Lean Six Sigma, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Programs, Project and Program Management, Staff Augmentation, and Tactegra Advisory, we offer a comprehensive suite of services to support your organization’s growth and success.
At Tactegra, we understand that achieving process modernization and operational excellence is not an easy task. It requires a deep understanding of process and the ability to navigate the complexities of today’s business environment. That’s why we bring over 75 years of combined business process experience to the table. Our team of highly skilled professionals, including Master Black Belts and Senior Black Belts, oversee the deployment of the Process Maturity System, ensuring the highest level of accuracy, precision, and expertise throughout the evaluation process.
The value of Tactegra’s Process Maturity System becomes apparent when we consider its direct impact on process modernization and operational excellence. By leveraging the insights gained from the assessment of the key dimensions, organizations can identify improvement opportunities, streamline operations, and enhance efficiency. The systematic evaluation of performance management, standards and documentation, employee adoption, measurement systems, and process improvement provides a clear roadmap for organizations to drive transformative change and achieve operational excellence.
One of the central components of our Process Maturity System is the Process Maturity Model Index (PMMI). The PMMI serves as a quantifiable measure of an organization’s process maturity level, providing a benchmark for performance and a reference point for progress tracking. By striving for a PMMI score of 7.5 or above, organizations establish a solid foundation for process modernization and create a pathway towards operational excellence.
With Tactegra as your trusted partner, you gain access to a wealth of expertise and knowledge that extends beyond the assessment process. We provide ongoing support and guidance to help you implement effective improvement strategies, navigate the complexities of process modernization, and overcome challenges along the way. Our commitment to your success is unwavering, and we work closely with your team to ensure that the process maturity journey is a seamless and impactful one.
Choose Tactegra as your trusted partner in your process maturity journey, and together, we will propel your organization towards operational excellence, sustainable growth, and a future where you consistently surpass customer expectations and outperform your competition.