The reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.
A person's principles or standards of behaviours; one's judgement of what is important.
Do the right thing is an overarching value as to how people should do business with one another and how people should treat one another in general. Honesty, respect, good character, and integrity is at the foundation of this value for TimeLine10.
At TimeLine10 we want to take on big projects, big challenges, and provide big results. We need to be knowledgeable, innovative, and capable for the organizations we serve.
Big results takes hard work, engrained in TimeLine10 is a roll-up-our-sleeves mentality to serve organizations that need our help. It is not about just meeting expectations, but exceeding expectations whenever possible.
Being agile is about being able to understand, think, and move quickly. Exactly how we want to serve organizations and help them grow.
Keep it real has a twofold meaning for TimeLine10. The first is to stay in our sweet spot, to not take on projects/clients that we are not a good fit for. The second is our proposed solutions and provided results should be easy to understand, if the explanation seems to be a stretch or seems complicated then we are somehow not doing the right thing.
The organizations that we work with typically fall into one of the following three scenarios:
Our "Organizational & People Development" streams are not constrained to any industry or any size/type of organization. These streams include:
Our "Scale-Up Capacity" streams are more focused on serving industrial organizations that are manufacturers, distributors, and/or providing a technical service. These streams include:
We structure our service offering in a way to ensure clients have options based on their objectives. Within each stream of services, there are options for a:
1/2 Day commitment to assess fit and to self-assess against gaps identified
Designed training modules (in-person or virtual) with follow-up facilitation and coaching to reinforce implementation; modules are typically ~5 days but can be split into ½ day sessions and spread out depending on logistics
The learnings and implementations of the Bootcamp training modules form management systems that can be deployed throughout the organization, the management systems are interlocked with focus on Strategy, People, Process, Innovation, & Optimization
Analytical projects to optimize physical flow/capacity and the value chain
Andrew Doherty, P.Eng., MBB
Andrew created TimeLine10 based on a passion to help people and businesses ACCELERATE the process of reaching their goals. Based on a belief that time is our most valuable resource, Andrew set out on a path to unlock the capacity of people by freeing them to work ON versus constantly IN their businesses.
The approach being to remove the need to frequently intervene with firefighting, makeshift solutions, and band-aid problem solving; by building management systems capable of running the business that evolve and adapt as the business matures. Freeing people up to focus and collaborate on growth and addressing the "right problems".
Over the past 20 years of multi-industry experience and serving on various Boards, Andrew has developed a niche combination of expertise comprised of:
Andrew is an Industrial Engineer, graduating from Dalhousie University in 2002 and is a certified Master Black Belt. Driven by having opportunities to help people make the right decisions and implement positive change. His forte is facilitating teams to collaborate and sync the flows/interdependencies between strategy, people, process, innovation, and optimization.
With many companies that Andrew has worked with, the key outcome has been the unlocking of available capacity which has delivered significant bottom line results. Through peer collaboration, Andrew works with a network of subject matter experts which makes it possible for TimeLine10 to bring the right people to the table on a project basis as required.