Innovation in the service of operational excellence

We have created the OPEO Lab to meet 3 challenges:

  • To refine our understanding of the challenges, difficulties and strengths of the businesses we support in improving their creation of added value.
  • To search for, identify and enrich through our innovations global best practice in the technical, organisational and people knowledge and management that provide the vital underpinning for systematic change support.
  • To present an offering to the State and institutions to make operational excellence a national challenge and to contribute to implementing operational excellence best practice in the local industrial base.


Training in operational excellence

We have developed a mobile production environment to educate our clients about the implementation of operational excellence and management development.

Audience: operations managers, production managers, supervisors, managers of production support functions


  • 1 day for the training on implementation of operational excellence
  • 8 half-day modules on managerial practices in a production environment (carrying out a performance review, problem-solving, audit of work stantards, etc.)

Number of participants: 11-20 participants per session (optimum size 15 participants)

Learning objectives:

  • Day 1: Training in the methodology of implementing operational excellence and educating participants about the potential improvement that can be achieved without additional investment
  • 2nd half day: Educating first-line managers about the good practice they must adopt on a sustainable basis and improvement opportunities in their day-to-day management


In order to meet demand you must implement improvement actions aimed at increasing the capacity of your production facilities without investment and without extra human resources.


A real factory with 5 assembly positions and an upstream engraving unit.

Date of entry into service of the mobile factory unit: October 2014


Initiating change

We have developed an on-board R&D environment to educate our clients about best practice in R&D and to initiate change prior to improvement initiatives.

Audience: technical managers

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: 12-15 participants per session

Learning objectives:

  • 1st half day: Educating participants about R&D project management best practice
  • 2nd half day: Educating participants about best practice in managing the performance of R&D teams


You must develop a machine to mark the lines in the world cup football stadiums in Brazil.


Lego Technic® allowing simulation of a team made up members with different skills and tasks: mechanical designers, programmers and electronic/electrical architects.

Date of entry into service of the on-board R&D environment: January 2015.

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