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The latest from Staufen.

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Read here about the things that move us and your industry. Our selection of news will keep you up to date about people, projects and the latest issues of interest.

News China, 06/25/2018


Due to the dynamic change in the global and domestic economic environment, many companies made decisions to relocate their production bases to China, as well as within China, moving to smaller and more affordable inner provinces.

News China, 05/07/2018

Lean passenger handling and why the customer perspective matters.

In our last article on aviation we were raising the question as to whether aviation ground operations can be deemed Lean. Undoubtedly, triggered by the rise of low cost carriers and increasing cost pressure, the industry has achieved to reduce turnaround times to astonishingly short time windows during recent decades. However, taking this accomplishment as evidence of the industry being Lean is a frequent misconception.

Award, Auszeichnung Beste Berater 2018

Global News, 04/13/2018

Best Consultants 2018: Staufen AG among the leading German consultancies in seven sectors

This year, according to the current “brand eins” study, Staufen AG is once again one of the country’s leading consulting firms. This is the first time that the renowned sector study by brand eins and Statista has counted Staufen AG as one of the top consultancies in another key sector. Customers wasted no time in awarding them the highest score for the consulting field of organization.

News China, 04/10/2018

Best Practice Day!

Learn.Lead.Mastering Change.

Conference: July 3rd in Darmstadt, Germany

Workshop: July 4th


Lean in indirect areas

News China, 03/19/2018

Why is there a need for excellence in indirect areas?

More than two decades of traditional Lean Management have led to good results – at a first glance.

Global News, News Germany, 02/14/2018

Industry 4.0 Index: Predictive Maintenance still well below expectations

Three quarters of German industrial companies are not convinced about predictive maintenance. Their performance capability is not sufficient or, at least still upgradeable. Only 6 percent currently see applying predictive maintenance on the basis of process and machine data as being highly beneficial. These are the results of what is now the fourth German Industry 4.0 Index. Approximately 400 German industrial companies were surveyed on behalf of Staufen Consultancy.