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Last updated: 1/2/2020
Mr. Michael Asbury, Business Consultant | LSSMBB | TOC Jonah, Elevate Coaching & Consulting
Professional -- Chapter: Carolinas
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Elevate Coaching & Consulting
Business Consultant | LSSMBB | TOC Jonah
North Carolina
27370  United States
217 979-4424 (Phone)
704 479-8206 (Fax)
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  Institutional/Nonprofit, Private/Commercial, Public/Government
  Industrial Manufacturing
  31-33: Manufacturing, 54: Prof, Scientific, and Technical Services, 55: Management of Companies and Enterprises, 61: Educational Services, 62: Health Care and Social Assistance
  Facilitation, Growth Management, Process Improvement, Project Management, Quality Management, Reengineering, Small/Family Business, Strategy/Planning
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Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt | Villanova University – Adv Lean Six Sigma MS Cert.
Critical Chain Project Management | University of Tennessee
TOC Jonah (Theory of Constraints International Cert. Org.) | Washington State University & TOCICO
Advanced Actuarial Science Mathematics Coursework | University of Northern Iowa
B.S.--Computational Physics Major, Mathematics Minor | Illinois State University
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Open Door Ministries | Volunteer Strategic Planning at Homeless Shelter in High Point, NC
Compassion International | Sponsor
World Vision | Sponsor
Business High Point - Chamber of Commerce | Member
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Since 2010, I've been providing Continuous Improvement expertise as an internal consultant. During this time, I've honed my skill sets to deliver rapid bottom line improvements with minimal investment. I use a very systematic approach combining Lean Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints called TLS.
Out of necessity to provide for my family, my career was redirected from Engineering to Continuous Improvement in an effort to save my job and the company I worked for at the time. Half of the workforce and a third of management were laid off. I read the Goal (Goldratt & Cox) and The Ultimate Improvement Cycle (Sproull) to learn TLS and figure what to do. By applying TLS, we were able to bounce back from a downward spiral and quickly become very profitable. The company invested $23K (plus my salary) and achieved a $700K/mo bottom line impact. Beginners luck or systematic approach applied at the right place at the right time?

Schedule an initial consultation with me to find out how to rapidly improve your bottom line.