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Introduction to Project Management as it is applied into the Automotive Industry.

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  • Project Management
    In Automotive Industry
  • Background
    Purpose of a project
  • Background
    Project
    Temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result
  • Background
    Business need
    Performance.
    Gallardo
    (2003)
  • Background
    Business need
    Environmental friendly.
    Prius 3
    (2009)
  • Background
    Business need
    Urban car.
    Smart
    (1998)
  • Background
    Project Management
    Structured methodology aiming successful completeness of project objectives
  • Background *
    (part 2)
    Project In Automotive Sector?
  • Background
    Automotive sector is
    highly
    competitive
  • Background
    A key practice to stay competitive is
    LEAN
  • Background
    LEAN
    1) Wastes reduction
    ( Muda - 無駄 )
    2) Continuous improvement
    (Kaizen – 改善)
  • Background
    Project Management in
    automotive sector follows the
    same logic …
    LEAN
  • Background
    … and uses the 4 steps of PDCA also called Deming cycle.
    P Plan
    D Do
    C Check
    A Act
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Like a good sailor,
    set the headland,
    define your target!
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Targets should be SMART
    S Specific
    M Measurable
    A Achievable
    R Realistic
    T Time Bounded
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Specific
    What?
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Measurable
    How much?
    Quantity : ……………
    Volume : ……………..
    Speed : ………….....
    etc
  • Step 1 : Plan
    Achievable
  • Step 1 : Plan
    Realistic
    Achievable
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Time Bounded
    When ?
    15/Feb/2009
    Next Winter
    Within 2 years
    Within20 minutes
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    (Bad) Example :
    Reducescrap rate
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    (Good) Example :
    Reduce by 70% scrap rateat assembly station #4 by 21/11/2009.
  • Step 1 : Plan
    a- Target Setting (SMART)
    Last recommendation:
    Do it seriously!
    Write down your target
    on paper.
  • Step 1 : Plan
    b- Set milestones
  • Step 1 : Plan
    b- Set milestones
    SMART
    Visualize your target* on a timeline
    Kick-Off
    Target
  • Step 1 : Plan
    b- Set milestones
    SMART
    Then, set your intermediate milestones
    Milestone
    1
    Milestone 2
    Milestone 3
    Milestone 4
    Target
    Kick-Off
  • Step 1 : Plan
    b- Set milestones
    Outcome = Master Schedule or Strategy
    Milestone1
    Kick-Off
    Target
    Milestone2
    Milestone3
    Milestone4
  • Step 1 : Plan
    b- Set milestones
    Example of automotive milestones (APQP)
    Mass Production Trials
    Pre-Production Trials
    Tooling
    Development
    Start
    Start Of
    Production
    Project
    kick-off
    Lessons Learned
  • Step 1 : Plan
    c- Master Schedule
  • Step 1 : Plan
    c – Master schedule
    Now you defined SMART Targets,
    schedule building will follow naturally.
    P
    D
    C
    A
  • Step 1 : Plan
    c – Master schedule
    C
    C
    C
    C
    C
    Visualize check points directly into your schedule
    C
  • Step 2 : Do
    Step 2 : Do
  • Step 2: Do
    Today
    C
    C
    C
    C
    C
    Visualize progress of your project…
  • Step 2: Do
    Today
    C
    C
    C
    C
    C
    … and delays as well *
    (cf. problem solving 8d)
  • Step 2: Do
    Today
    C
    C
    C
    C
    C
    Achieved result = Expected outcome?
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Set regular follow-up meetings up-front
    (e.g.: at beginning of the year)
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Keep consistency
    in meeting concept :
    day, time and location
    (e.g.: Every Tue 13:30-14:00 Room 4)
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Ensure follow-up
    through clear To-Do list :
    What? Who? When?
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Only 3 options when judging progress :
    Done
    On-going
    Delay
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Speak with facts !
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Don’t judge. Don’t blame.
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    ( Visualize )
    ( Visualize)
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    ( Visualize )
    Example visualization
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    ( Visualize )
    Example visualization
  • Step 2: Do
    Tips & Tricks
    Issue meeting minutes
    within 24h
  • Step 3 : Check
    Step 3 : Check
  • Step 3 : Check
    C
    =
    C
    At this level, you already
    performed intermediate checks
    C
    C
    C
    C
    C
    Target
    Milestone1
    Kick off
    Milestone2
    Milestone3
    Milestone4
  • Step 3 : Check
    Purpose of this final Check is to conduct an overall confirmation of achieved results
    Kick-Off
    Target
  • Step 3 : Check
    Target
  • Step 4 : Act
    Step 4 : Act
  • Step 4 : Act
    Without standardization,
    No continuous improvement
  • Step 4 : Act
    Standardization helps in leveling-up knowledge
    Improved standard
    Improved standard
    No standard
  • Step 4 : Act
    1) Standardize good practices
    2) Learn from mistakes
  • Conclusion
    Conclusion
  • Conclusion
    Like a good sailor,
    set the headland,
    define your target!
  • Thank you for your attention
    Thank you for your attention
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