What is the excellence test?
We developed the Excellence Test as a unique tool to measure the companies we work with. It’s a tool that allows us to fully evaluate if the competencies for high growth exist within a business.
A company doesn’t have to pass every section of the Excellence Test, but the more the better. For those that score badly, this usually acts as a wake-up call to really think about what they are doing and why. For others it provides a road map of what areas need addressing to take a company from mediocrity to brilliance.
The Excellence Test is carried out in a structured forum discussion with your management team. Before we implement the test we will have already carried out initial research into your business, your aspirations for growth and your marketplace. It WILL challenge you; it MAY completely change your view of what business you are in.
WHO ARE NUCROFT?
Nucroft transform how manufacturing companies engage with their marketplace, from introducing you to innovative new business strategies to grow your business through to transforming your branding and marketing communications.
Download full programme information
The Excellence Test is constructed to help leaders see the gaps in their approach and support them to develop positive moves forward. Download the 12-page PDF to see the full programme structure:
What can manufactures learn from high-growth industries?
The contents of the Excellence Test have been distilled from extensive study of more than 50 high-growth companies from both within and without the manufacturing industry. High growth often comes from the tech industry, but you don’t need to be online or work out of swanky offices – many of the core fundamentals born from these industries can be applied to manufacturing and industrial companies:
Three distinct programmes for growth - no matter where you are starting from
Not all companies are ready for the Excellence Test straight away. You may first want to learn from the best companies in your marketplace, or identify the slow-moving mature businesses that you think you can disrupt and take a bite out of.