Mankato, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/24/2015 -- Manufacturing CEOs know better than anyone how important it is to have accurate, real-time visibility into the health and status of important company initiatives. Louise Dickmeyer, President of PDP Solutions shared that the CEO is responsible for outlining the strategy of the organization.
For almost a decade PDP Solutions has been helping manufacturers break through silos of data, which can be old or disconnected from the source, namely the CEO. Rather than asking managers to rate themselves red/yellow/green, there has been a great need to provide objective analysis on the health of CEO initiatives.
Dickmeyer noted, "In a recent third-party survey we discovered that the Theory of Constraint was the discomfort manufacturing CEO expressed in communicating their initiatives with plant floor and middle managers."
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People Driven Performance (http://www.pdpsolutions.com) impacts improved internal communications, via interactive design, delivers an employee-centric engagement system driving improved employee retention, best-practice lean productivity, and increased bottom-line profitability.
Unlike desktop solutions promising better engagement, the PDP solution is uniquely suited to on-the-move plant floor production employees ensuring a simple and straightforward way to access key company metrics and other information. The result is full participation and understanding of the functions, status, and standing of the company. Employee communication ensures a personal responsibility for well-being of management and colleagues with whom they work each day.
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