• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
I had a Million Dollars in Savings, but my P&L did not Change?
 

I had a Million Dollars in Savings, but my P&L did not Change?

on

  • 1,058 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,058
Views on SlideShare
1,053
Embed Views
5

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
18
Comments
0

1 Embed 5

http://www.linkedin.com 5

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Soft savings = Capacity improvements, faster cycle times, anything that creates time available Cost avoidance = very emotional….saved a customer (by discounts), safety, disaster avoidance, compliance, etc. Hard Revenue = more sales, faster sales, new revenues, higher pricing for value added, etc. Hard costs = CoPQ reductions (scrap, defects, warranty), less inputs (went away), less assets (actually went away)
  • This is one of the main reasons project savings have less than Expected impact!
  • Difficult to get team members to show up for meetings Only permitted to work on project one or two hours per r week These are projects people are permitted to do in their “spare time” Insurance company ……addressing issues regarding incomplete claim information NIGO not in good order from customers for death benefits Workload smoothing or eliminating backlogs Potentially a decent project….but most likely not strategic
  • Review the slide. Note that the Input measures focus on the number of opportunities, the output measures focus on individual and team results and the process measures focus on turning opportunities into desired results, which is why you find the Big Y there. Note that the process measures ultimately relate to the two key processes in baseball, getting on base and keeping the opponent from getting on base.
  • Most rep’s rated below averaage Management realized did not really understand the metrics, had not thought t through job requirements Mgmt was not hiring the right people Some people thought were good- were not and the opposite Example phone etiquette Greeting customer by name in first sentence Asking, “Is there anything else you need ?”
  • Can’t begin to plan for next year until you understand what happened between last year and this year windfalls or catastrophes mix of products change Include savings in story
  • Credibility (communication to employees), Respect (opportunities and benefits), Fairness (compensation, diversity), and Pride/camaraderie (philanthropy, celebrations).

I had a Million Dollars in Savings, but my P&L did not Change? I had a Million Dollars in Savings, but my P&L did not Change? Presentation Transcript

  • I had a million dollars in savings, but my P&L did not change? Michael Bremer Cumberland Group - Chicago Motorola University 312 West Hickory St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 630-789-8262 direct 630-235-4210 cell www.cumberlandchicago.com http://www.motorola.com/motorolauniversity/
  • Quality Perception Gap Source: Six Sigma Financial Tracking & Reporting Bremer, McKibben & McCarty; McGraw-Hill 2005
  • P&L Impact
    • Let’s discuss four common reasons why savings may be less than expectations….
      • Agreements on “what is a savings” are not clearly defined
      • The organization is focused on improvement activities rather than strategic business improvement
      • Not using the right metrics for Y’s, y’s, x’s
      • Governance is not as strong as should be
  • Where do P&L savings come from…
    • Soft Savings  come from projects that are not directly traceable to the bottom line , but that over time should yield a business benefit.
    • Cost Avoidance  Savings
    • Hard Revenue Savings = provide measurable, incremental benefits to the current base business, typically improving Gross Margins.
    • Hard Cost Savings = come from a net reduction in resources used or an increase in outputs that result in revenue.
  • Strategic vs. Project Improvement It is quite easy to find improvement projects; opportunities exist everywhere.
  • Improvement Projects & Strategic Projects Differ Not as difficult Difficult Getting Resources Customer/Growth/$$ Bottom Line Internal/Cost/Often “Soft Savings” Impact Leadership Team Functional Manager Driven by Actively engaged in progress Struggle to maintain; usually passive Leadership Involvement Great results make meaningful difference to enterprise Great results affect one or two functions Impact Strategic Improvement
  • Why don’t our metrics drive the changes we want to see?
  • Baseball’s Right “Y’s”
    • The measures that give the best predictive information in the game of baseball are those that measure the process.
    • There is a tendency to use measures focused solely on outputs rather than process , and to use what is available rather than what is needed (50% - 18 month lifetime rule)
    • Total At Bats
    • Pitches Thrown
    • Innings Pitched
    • Walks to Hits Ratio
    • Errors / Fielding Percentage
    • On Base Percentage
    • Home Runs
    • Won-Loss Record
    • Complete Games
    Input Measures Process Measures Output Measures
  • Example: Voice of the Customer
    • Accurately communicate delivery schedule and level of service I can expect .
    • Reduce the number of questions and problems I have using your service/product .
    • Make me feel safe, when you are in my home .
    • Be flexible enough to accommodate sales fluctuations and changing expectations .
    • Solve my problem completely so everything works .
    • Stop treating my precious time as Free .
    • Don’t transfer me more than once.
    In order to meet my expectations you must…..
  • 5 Steps to Develop Relevant Indicators 1. VOB - Voice of the Business 3. CBR - Critical Business Requirements 4. CTP - Critical to the Process 1. VOC - Voice of the Customer 3. CCR - Critical Customer Requirements 4. CTQ - Critical to Quality ID Upstream Process Metrics 2 5 Output Indicators CCR’s Customer Issues ________ ________ _____ 3 ___ _________ ________ ________ ________ _________ VOC ________ ________ ___ 1 ___ _________ VOB ________ _____ 1 ___ CTP’s ________ ___ 4 _____ Business Issues ________ ____ 2 ____ CBR’s ________ ___ 3 _____ CTQ’s ________ ____ 4 ____
  • The Leadership’s Challenge – Keeping a Focus on the Big “Ys” COPQ Procurement
    • R&D time as a % of Total Engineering Time
    • New Product Intro
    • (NPI) Process
    • Improvement
    • Warranty Costs
    • Excess/Obsolescence
    • Manufacturing Scrap/
    • Rework
    • Direct Material Cost
    • Indirect Material Acquisition Costs
    Engineering Efficiency Little Y’s Big Y’s - Strategic Objective - Results That Matter Process metrics Recover $3B In Lost Margins By 2005 Year End A single metric used as base point to drive behavior changes Margin $$ from Business Growth Vital X’s
  • Call Center Rep Perception/Reality 200 Hours 345 Hours Total Time Utilized 100 Hours 140 Hours Customer Research/ Follow-up 60 Hours 105 Hours Phone Talk Time 40 Hours 100 Hours Order Entry 400 Hours 400 Hours Available Time Tracked Time Perceived Time Activity
  • Before and After Metrics Metrics stayed the same Understanding and use of metrics differed radically! Taking ownership Efficiency Call backs Team player Coachability Product knowledge Phone etiquette Computer skills Professionalism Productivity Attitude Phone skills
  • Leadership and Governance of Improvement
    • Governance
    • Change Management
    • Culture Change
  • Role of the Six Sigma Sponsor Leaders must proactively manage governance throughout the project Project Governance
    • Validate the improvement.
    • Evaluate the financial impact.
    • Assure disciplined follow-through of the proposed approach.
    • Assess Black Belt performance.
    • Celebrate and reward.
    • Assess the practicality of the proposed approach.
    • Revisit the cost/benefit analysis.
    • Oversee implementation and deployment plans.
    • Probe for the completeness of the data.
    • Assess the analysis approach.
    • Constructively challenge the team conclusions.
    • Assure the business relevance of the project metrics.
    • Evaluate the data gathering plan.
    • Review baseline results.
    1.0 Define Opportunities 2.0 Measure Performance 3.0 Analyze Opportunity 4.0 Improve Performance 5.0 Control Performance
    • Choose a team leader.
    • Review Charter and project scope for focus, clarity.
    • Share the business case.
  • Measure Phase Questions
    • Identify CTQ and CTP Output Indicators (Ys)
    • Identify process and input measures (Xs) that could be causing variation in Ys
    • Develop Operational Definitions & Measurement Plan
    • Plot and Analyze Data
    • Determine if Special Cause Exists
    • Determine Sigma Performance
    • What CTQs have you identified and how do you know the customer is impacted by them?
    • What CTPs are important to the business?
    • Which CTQs/CTPs does this project focus on? Why?
    • How have you assured that the data collected is representative of the process?
    • What have you learned about the source of the variation from the initial data display? Is the process in control?
    • What is the current short term process sigma?
    • Did you re-scope the project as a result of the measurement phase?
    • Do you have adequate resources to complete the project?
    • Is the team rigorously following the Six Sigma process?
    • What are the next steps?
    Measure Performance
  • Financial Bridge Model Savings Volume Margins Material cost Last Year’s Earnings This Year’s Earnings
  • Why Are We Really Doing This?
    • Survival and so that we can:
    • Attract and keep good people in our organization
      • Communication, Credibility, Growth, Opportunity, Fairness
    • Secure the same amount of business with less assets
      • Net Working Capital
    • Secure the same amount of business with less waste
      • Gross Margins
    • Identify profitable growth opportunities through new products, new services and new markets
      • Revenues, Margins and P&L
    • Gain more focus on the “ vital few ” factors in our business….really to I.D. things we should not be doing
      • Revenues, Margins and P&L
  • Cumberland Group
    • Accelerate Effective Performance Improvement
      • Co-lead project improvement teams (six sigma, lean….
      • Leadership/Sponsor’s Roles and Responsibilities
      • Strategic vs. Incremental: value identification/execution
    • Ways to obtain more improvement savings
    • Affiliations
      • Motorola, Mercer
      • University of Chicago and Loyola University
    • Publications
      • Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook
      • Six Sigma Financial Tracking & Reporting
      • Innovation: practical ways to make it happen (currently writing)
    Michael Bremer Cumberland Group Hinsdale, IL 630-789-8262 direct 630-235-4210 cell [email_address]