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Lean Management

  • Generates competitive advantage by eliminating everything that does not add value.
  • It allows organisations to perfect their processes from start to finish and to adopt a culture of continuous improvement that makes them more agile in adapting to change.

At IMP Consultores we help our clients to successfully achieve their Lean goals by

Staff planning

In order to improve the efficiency of the organisation it is necessary:

  • To know the real production capacity of the company and the relationship of manpower (staff and shifts) with the activities to be carried out by areas.
  • Define and implement improvements to the current production planning and scheduling management system.
  • Ensure that the methodological tools applied become part of the company’s working culture as a means of guaranteeing continuous improvement in competitiveness.

At IMP Consultants we help organisations to adapt Human Resources to their operational needs:

Project management based on PMI methodology

  • Project management consists of the application of knowledge, methodologies, techniques and tools for those products or services that need to be realised through complex and interconnected activities with an objective or purpose that must be achieved within a set timeframe, within a budget and according to specifications. It is used in organisations as a systematic and structured approach to the management of non-recurrent activities.

At IMP Consultants we have PMP-certified professionals:

Process improvement

  • Companies need to have a work system in place to ensure and guarantee the quality of their product/service. To this end, they need to identify, document and optimise the basic processes of their organisation, as well as standardise and systematise the usual and repetitive procedures to guarantee their quality and repeatability.

At IMP Consultants we help you to achieve your strategic objectives

At IMP Consultants we work with our clients to design and manage the day-to-day running of their operational and/or service provision processes in order to achieve their strategic objectives, guaranteeing customer satisfaction and minimum resource consumption.

Inventory management systems

  • Today’s supply chain must respond quickly and effectively to customer demand and market opportunities. Companies need to adopt strategies to optimise their supply chain, removing complexity from their supply of products and services that do not add sufficient value and establishing segmentation strategies to address customer needs.

We help our clients design their supply chain to be efficient and flexible:

Balanced scorecard

They define the information that management and decision-makers need for the proper management of the processes in which they are involved.
The balanced scorecard (BSC) translates the strategy and mission of an organisation into a set of performance measures, which provide the necessary structure for a strategy management and measurement system.


At IMP Consultants, according to our strategy:

We define indicators and objectives for quality, cost, deadlines and people.
In addition, We also define and implement systems for:

  • Information and costs for management and operations.
  • Balanced scorecard (BSC).
  • Incentives based on productivity.
  • Cost systems to analyse products or services.


At IMP Consultores we believe that training should be solid, practical and effective.
Based on our experience, we develop an active methodology that provides in each training action the appropriate approach to the student’s profile, which allows a rapid transfer of knowledge to the workplace.
Furthermore, since 1998, IMP Consultores has been collaborating with the Escuela de Organización Industrial, EOI, delivering some of its programmes. Specifically, IMP Consultores is responsible for the Operations Area of the School’s master’s programmes, as well as directing other courses and master’s programmes.


The consultancy managers of IMP Consultores were the first professionals in Andalusia to obtain approval as trainers in the operations area for the AirBusiness Academy of the AIRBUS company.


Reach your full potential

In a globalised market, companies must be increasingly efficient in the way they manufacture their product or provide their service. At IMP Consultores we help them achieve this by making them more competitive through operations.


Why are operations so important?



More than 80% of a company’s professionals are dedicated to operations and yet many companies are not concerned with increasing their efficiency.



Operations activities are a large percentage of the costs in any organisation, so a very large percentage of most companies’ revenue goes to the operations function.



The customer contacts operations professionals (either on the service or on the product when they start using it), a company will have more repeat buyers and will be more competitive, the better all the activities that will affect the service offered to customers are optimised.



Operations relate in a combined way to the rest of the business functions. Every organisation does marketing (sells), finance (accounting) and production (operations), and it is important to know how the operations management activity works.

How we work

We help our clients save money by optimising their operations in accordance with their strategic objectives. To this end, we carry out an objective analysis of the current situation and the potential for improvement, plan a roadmap and implement an action plan, implementing the necessary systems and operational tools to achieve the consolidation of the improvements achieved in the long term.

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Management systems services

What do you want to certify your company?


Quality management is a key multidisciplinary process that seeks continuous performance improvement through the optimisation of resources, focusing on customer satisfaction. We help our clients to integrate their quality management systems into the company’s processes as part of their strategic planning, optimising them and eliminating “non-quality” costs.

Quality applicable to any sector
  • EFQM assessment
Product quality
  • CE Marking
Quality in Industry
  • EN 9100 Aviation, Space and Defence
  • PECAL Standard
  • IATF 16949 Automotive
  • UNE 66102 Tachographs
  • Railway sector IRIS
Quality in Service
  • Q for Tourism Quality
  • Service Charters
  • UNE 158000 Social Services
  • UNE 13816 Passenger Transport


Environmental management systems demonstrate the responsibility of companies to integrate an environmental commitment into their management model, measuring and reducing their environmental impact. Environmental management tools are an ally for improving competitiveness and accessing new markets that require this commitment in order to operate in them.

Environmental management system applicable to any sector
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management
  • EMAS Regulation EC 1221/2009
Circular economy and climate change
  • ISO 50001 Energy Efficiency Management
  • ISO 14064 Carbon Footprint Organisation
  • ISO 14067 Product Carbon Footprint
  • ISO 14006 Eco-design Management
  • GHG Greenhouse Gases
  • Zero Waste
Forestry Sector
  • FSC Chain of Custody forest products


Corporate social responsibility should be understood by organisations as a management tool that seeks to reconcile sustainable growth and competitiveness, while integrating commitment to the environment and society. It also constitutes a competitive advantage, as it allows companies to respond more flexibly and quickly to the changes that are taking place at a global level and has direct consequences on improving productivity.

Social Responsibility management system applicable to any sector
  • SR10 Social Responsibility Management
  • SGE21 Ethical and Socially Responsible Management
  • SA8000 Social Accountability System
Stakeholder-focused management systems
  • EFR Reconciliation Management
  • SEDEX-SMETA Supply Chain Accountability
  • Healthy organisations
Other reporting tools/legal requirements
  • GRI Sustainability Reports
  • Equality Plans
  • Non-financial reporting
  • Integrating the SDGs into business strategy

Risks and safety

Prevention of Occupational Risks

The management of health and safety at work must be integrated as another element in the modernisation of organisations, with the aim of reducing the accident rate and increasing productivity, complying with current legislation and promoting a preventive culture in the organisation.

  • ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety
  • ISO 39001 Road Safety
Risk management and compliance: 

Information is one of the main assets of organisations. Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) specify the requirements for the implementation of appropriate security controls in each case, minimising risks by ensuring that the different assets and their risks are identified and assessed.

Information Security Management ensures the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information in organisations.

  • UNE 19601 Criminal Compliance
  • UNE 31000 Risk management
Food safety: 

For agri-food companies, safety is a priority factor in order to:

  • Conveying full confidence to their customers and consumers.
  • Comply with legal requirements.

Food safety systems make it easier for companies to access external markets, as well as to offer increasingly demanding customers safe and healthy food.

  • IFS
  • BRC
  • ISO 22000
  • FSSC 22000


Innovation and R&D and Innovation are basic aspects for the sustainability of companies and to improve their profitability. The standardisation of these activities provides value and tangible results to the companies that carry them out and systematises all the activities of these processes with maximum efficiency.

  • UNE 166002 R&D and Innovation Management
  • UNE 166001 R&D and Innovation Projects
  • UNE 166006 Surveillance and Intelligence

Food safety

For agro-industry companies, safety is a priority factor in order to:

  • Conveying full confidence to their customers and consumers.
  • Comply with legal requirements.

Food safety systems make it easier for companies to access external markets, as well as to offer increasingly demanding customers safe and healthy food.



ISO 22000

FSSC 22000


Business sector services

We help companies to become more efficient in an increasingly globalised market.

Business sector services

We help companies to become more efficient in an increasingly globalised market.



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