Lloyd Parry is a world leader in the transformation of organisational operating models and cultures using lean organisation management techniques based on the Sense and Respond methods –  based on the principles of Adaptive, Learning, and Lean Organisations. Lloyd Parry  principles grounded in theory and thoroughly supported by they work and research conducted by a number of leading universities and business schools.

Lloyd Parry makes this simple, three-fold commitment to all clients:

• Challenge: This is where it all starts. We challenge the way you and your business think and behave — what you do, and why you do it. We then give you an honest assessment of things as they stand. If you are committed to facing the reality of any business situation, then progress can be made.

• Transfer Knowledge: We tell you exactly what you need to do to transform your business in order to differentiate yourself from competitors. More importantly, we explain why these changes are necessary. We then transfer our knowledge to you so you can sustain the positive changes made.

• Create Leaders: We help create leaders at every level of your organisation, so that every level is influenced by the positive changes made. Executives, managers and staff are then taught how to understand and respond to customer needs, leading to improved loyalty, increased profits, and an innovative, responsive and competitive business.

Every Lloyd Parry client can be assured that the work we do with them is unique to the needs of their business — we do not offer a “one-size-fits-all” service. We will design a transformation programme best suited to your business and the individual needs of your leaders, managers, staff, and customers.


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