Organize and Justify Your EMI Initiative

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The NWA webinar, “Organize and Justify Your EMI Initiative” discusses how to define the infrastructure necessary for EMI and then justify the project and recruit the allies from within the company who …

The NWA webinar, “Organize and Justify Your EMI Initiative” discusses how to define the infrastructure necessary for EMI and then justify the project and recruit the allies from within the company who will be instrumental in ensuring its success. By following this roadmap you will move from attempting isolated, technology-driven projects to promoting value-driven programs that are supported by all the stakeholders in your company.

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  • 1. Agenda
  • 2. Why “1: Some of the things customers care about most, such as quality and on‐time delivery” MESA Metrics that Matter Revisited 2/4/10 Shocking Statistic:  2% of dissatisfied or not very satisfied come back.  Only 6% of satisfied customers return.  66% of very or extremely satisfied come back.  It cost 5 times as much to win a new customer as to keep a current one
  • 3. A New Way Of Thinking in Terms of “Quality”A 99% level of quality results in : 14 minutes per day of no power. Over 35,000 babies per year accidentally dropped by doctors or nurses. More than 250,000 incorrect surgical procedures per year. Approximately 700 long or short airport landings per year at most airports.
  • 4. A Commodity Business? Nothing required to be a commodity. – Coffee – Water Progression towards distinction – Sameness – Differentiation – Distinction “Yesterday’s Best Is Today’s OK, Which Is Tomorrow’s Not Good Enough”
  • 5. Pressure for business improvement is immenseOrganizations face: • Market volatility • Uncertainty • Lack of product demand • Lack of visibility • Reduced spending
  • 6. Manufacturing Challenges
  • 7. What is EMI/MI/MES/MOM?• EMI/MES/MOM Projects – OEE and Downtime – WIP Tracking & Genealogy – Inventory Tracking – Plant Floor Scheduling – ERP Interface – Production Reporting – Environmental Reporting – Manufacturing Business Information – Quality Systems
  • 8. The Challenge - Access to Plant DataEnterprise information Plant information Network  Protected on separate or standardized and isolated network optimized  Interference can cause Routine downtime production downtime for maintenance
  • 9. The Challenge - Access to Plant Data Understand drivers of performance outcomes Measure & improve on an array of drivers Display performance data rapidly so employees can act
  • 10. Managing Performance Value Real Customer Mgt. 15% 14% IT Budget Survey 15% Most Important (n=939) ERP 19% Largest Dollar (n=939) Product Lifecycle 8% 7% Sourcing & 6% Procurement 6%Supply Chain Mgt. 12% 12% MOM / MES 19% 23% 10%Performance Mgt. 8% Source: AMR Research © 2007
  • 11. EMI & MES on Buying Agenda
  • 12. Technology Evolution Innovation Growth Maturity 100 100 90 HMI / SCADA / PLC 90 80 80% Adoption 70 ERP 70 60 60 50 SCM 50 40 40 30 30 20 EMI/ 20 10 10 MES/MOM 0 0 Time
  • 13. Common Metrics
  • 14. Corporate Goals
  • 15. Example Focus on Strategic Priorities Avoid Excess Inventory Improved Manufacturing Performance – Lighter product – Lower Production Costs – Reduced Waste & Emissions
  • 16. Manufacturing Challenges
  • 17. Operations Intelligence - Support for Metrics
  • 18. How Do We Stay Ahead of the Game? Competitive edge Performance First to market The questions manufacturers ask: – How do we perform against goals? – Which facilities perform? – Which facilities struggle? – What is prevents us from achieving goals? The answer in company’s metrics
  • 19. The Justification Business Problem• Technology Terms Difficult for Management to Understand• Difficult to Demonstrate Benefits.• Continued Investment / Reinvestment A Management Turn-OffThere is NO MAGIC BULLET!
  • 20. The Manufacturing Systems Maturity Curve TECH FOCUS
  • 21. EMI Systems Maturity Curve
  • 22. The Justification Process … Organization & Operational Goals Not Technology Systems & Organization Technology Decision Making People &People Process & OrganizationProcess Process Reengineering Systems & Change Mgmt Technology
  • 23. Justification Options & Expected Results
  • 24. Comprehensive Business , Financial & - Technical Strategy •Justification for Broader-Integrated Systems Programs Must include Reengineering & Tech. of: •How decisions get made. •How results are measured & new workPeople & processes established.Process •Strategy integrated with Budgets Organization, •How Information technology can enable Process •Often integrated with increased Reengineering, Automation Change Mgt. •Follow a Systems Migration & Life cycle investments methodology. 2012, Systems Innovation Management, All Rights Reserved
  • 25. Systems Life Cycle Model –Tool for Stability & Improvement
  • 26. Focus on what Counts !
  • 27. Q&A Discussion
  • 28. Contact Information