• A closeup of foodbank chafing dishes. Gloved volunteers are distributing food.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things
  • A doctor and patient at the the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Eye Clinic.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things
  • A worker from Canadian Blood Services loads a van with blood products.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things
  • People at work at a food bank warehouse.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things
  • A ruined house in post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things
  • Chairs being assembled at Herman Miller, Inc.
    Sharing
    IDEAS
    To Find Better Ways of Doing Things

Our years of manufacturing experience have taught us that small improvements can make a big difference — and we've learned that this approach can help other organizations too. So, for 25 years, we have shared our know-how with other manufacturers, non-profits and community organizations to help them find better ways of doing their day-to-day work. Sharing our ideas this way helps our partners stay competitive and preserve jobs or support more people in need — and that benefits us all.

SAVAGE BROTHERS

See how Savage Brothers, one of the oldest manufacturers in Chicago — established in 1855 — uses TPS to build machines for candy makers to make fudge, caramel, and other candies.

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NEW YORK STATE

New York state made its government more responsive and efficient through an innovative approach — quickly becoming a role model for other state governments.

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