A few words about the Chemical Industry

The Chemical Industry is operating within a landscape of uncertainty—not only from pandemic-related disruption but also from the opposing forces that are battering the industry. Environmental issues, ineffective plastics recycling, climate change and decarbonization threaten industry growth yet the need for lightweight materials in automotive production, and the demand from rising economies in the East accelerate prospects for increased opportunities. Thriving in today’s changing and contradictory landscape is difficult and perplexing.

Kepner-Tregoe’s consulting and training programs help chemical companies operate more effectively and securely in times of uncertainty and change. As companies seek greater stability and efficiency with digitalization, AI, and advanced monitoring capabilities—when problems do occur, they are increasingly complex requiring advanced troubleshooting capabilities.

In our client organizations, we transfer structured analytic processes for using data effectively to solve problems, make decisions, and manage risk. Our methodologies are used at all organizational levels to improve quality, increase stability and throughput, build solid supplier relationships, reduce costs, and plan more effectively.

Manufacturing leaders in the global chemical industry have incorporated KT’s troubleshooting processes into their operations. The structured critical thinking tools from Kepner-Tregoe have been credited with improving maintenance, quality, costs, productivity, and other measures at clients in all major chemical industry hotspots.

To learn more about Kepner-Tregoe consulting and training in the Chemical Industry, contact Kepner-Tregoe.


Asset-intensive organizations are increasingly relying on Asset Performance Management and predictive analytics to maximize asset performance that run their business. While technologies offer real benefits in the form of data-driven insights, dependable and consistent success will result only when people are a main driver of your strategy.

The quest for operational excellence is never-ending. But when continuous improvement programs fall short, disappointing results usually circle back to the fact that the changes were not owned by the frontline. Give them the floor and watch what happens.

Identifying and using the right data is at the heart of effective problem solving and decision making. To stay afloat in the vast ocean of available data that can support complex problem solving, consider these three foundational actions.

Beginning and sustaining an improvement journey can often mean fighting naysayers, inertia and reluctance to change work routines, even the bad ones. Yet, the perfect marriage of a continuous improvement culture and effective production management creates consistent, world-class performance.


Our Experts
in Chemical Industry

Chris Green
Business Solutions Senior Consultant
North America
Marven Röll
Business Solutions Consultant
George Ng
Regional Managing Director - Asia Pacific
Masahiro Fushida
Business Solutions Consultant

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