Management and Operative Consulting

A practical imprint to better manage the projects and concretely achieve the objectives.
The tools we offer denote our values and our practical. The experience of our team will guide you in the direction of continuous improvement.

Business Audit

The Business Audit consultant verifies the consistency of business administration with the objectives of the firm.
Therefor, a budget is arranged, costs and revenues are verified to be coherent with forecasts, analysis reports are made ready, and corrective solutions or improvement plans are proposed to the management, whether necessary.
Business audit entails a substantial control, realised in order to reach the business objectives through the action of an external professional.

Below we list the main activities suggested by WTCO (with reference to analytical accounting):
Supply Chain management

The Supply Chain Management aims at the optimization of the supply chain as a whole with a particular focus on logistical (transportation and storage).
Industrial Layout

The work of re-layout of the production area of a company is one of the first steps to be made in order to achieve maximum productivity. WTCO team, with dozens of more traditional instruments made layout with both design and simulation software depending on the complexity of the company, is able to offer customers a proven and professional analysis.
Temporary Management

The Temporary Management (TM) is an enterprise solution that enables you to enjoy a high level of management of the company without having to resort to permanent contracts, bringing the benefits of traditional consulting and management. WTCO, thanks to its LEAN experts and business management consulting experience is an optimal solution for companies that want to achieve operational efficiency and excellence in their sector.
Risk Management

Risk management is the process by which we measure or estimate the risk, and then develop strategies to govern it. External risk management consulting for the analysis of business risks allows to obtain totally impartial results dictated by the experiences of WTCO at much lower cost than having an internal team dedicated for such analysis.

The FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) is a method used to analyze the failure modes or lack of a process, product or system. The acronym is derived from the English name Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. Usually (but not necessarily) the analysis is performed in advance and therefore is based on theoretical considerations and not experimental.
In 1994 Chrysler, Ford and General Motors, sponsored by USCAR (United States Council for Automotive Research), formalizing a common procedure to implement FMEA.
Currently the use of FMEA is expected from the different quality management systems. FMEA is one of the main components of the PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) and is also applied in the context of the Six Sigma methodology.

TRIZ is the russian acronym for Teoriya Resheniya Izobreatatelskikh Zadatch, translated into Italian as theory for the solution of Inventive problems. At the same time it is a heuristic method and a set of tools.
TRIZ research has shown that most relevant inventions have emerged from situations in which the inventor was able to successfully avoid the compromises that are conventionally accepted as inevitable. On the contrary, it is precisely by identifying and overcoming contradictions leading to the adoption of compromises that come up the most innovative and effective solutions
Balanced Scorecard

The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) strategic surveillance tool developed during the past decade from Norton and Kaplan, aims at remedying the limitations of traditional tracking models, as well as to translate competitive strategies in performance indicators (scorecard) assuring the balance between short-term performance, measured through financial parameters, and those non-financial factors that should lead the company to higher performance competitive and sustainable over time. ​
Demand Planning

-The starting point for good production planning is accurate demand planning that guides the production, inventory, distribution and purchasing plans. The Demand Planning is a business process that allows the production and demand planning weekly schedule of materials and storage capacity.
Fuzzy Front End

The generation/judgement of desirability and definition of each product are identified in the literature as the front end of innovation or, often, the "Fuzzy Front end", where the adjective "fuzzy" (out of focus) is used to highlight the uncertain nature, non-sequential and often unpredictable started as research and exploring new product ideas; features as opposed to better structure and formalization of the subsequent detail design activities.
The front end is, generally, the phase that offers great opportunities for improvement of the entire innovation process.
Design of Experiment

An experiment is a test or a series of tests. The experiments are widely used in the engineering field. Among the various applications of Design of Experiments (DOE) is possible to find:
- Design and product development
- Characterization and process optimization
- Evaluation of material properties
Variety Reduction Program

The VRP-Variety Reduction Program (in Japanese buhin hangenka keikaku) is a method for the rationalization and standardization of components and product structures. It is a functional design support methodology in production strategies (of monozukuri), able to comply with requirements of diversification and cost control.