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Dunmyer 849

  1. 1. An Evaluation Matrix Urn Building Training Module Summary Report & Application Rebecca S. Dunmyer Clemson University Dr. Stephen Bronack MHRD 849
  2. 2. Background • This training module was developed to introduce students to the basic concepts, tools, materials, and a demonstration of the urn building process. – Standardized work process for the construction of solid oak urns. – Uniformity
  3. 3. Training Purpose: To standardize & simplify the urn building process Training Goal: Increase overall production & increase profit
  4. 4. Evaluation Objective Learner/student satisfaction Cost-savings Performance improvement.
  5. 5. Cost Savings **Cost savings directly effects company profit** • Research into the company’s operational and financial records. – A comparison of data previous to the training implementation and the data that has been collected since the implementation. • An evaluation like this is a logical option for small companies.
  6. 6. Performance Improvement • Data collected prior to the training was compared to the post-training state of scrap/damaged materials, daily production numbers, and written test performance.
  7. 7. Employee Satisfaction Learner attitude Content Clarity of the training itself
  8. 8. Conclusion • The company was able to determine the exact amounts for production costs, losses, profits, cost-savings opportunities, performance improvement percentages • Worth was determined by comparing the cost of the training module implementation and the amount of money saved due to the implementation. • The training greatly improved production numbers (through performance improvement) and increase profits (through scrap reduction and increased numbers for daily production).
  9. 9. Beginning Other Resources Total Task Evaluation Question Tasks Personnel Involved and Estimated Costs and Ending Needed Costs Dates A ) Give the employees a test based on performance 30 minutes objectives (contained in the training module materials) * Each employee will be testing for a one time, 30 minute window. $320.00 * Once ** Test must be administered before & after training to * A quiet room to Did this exercise improve before & determine the most accurate result. * *Minimal effect on production** $165.00 serve as the employee performance? once after testing area. * 16 hrs of clerical time @ $20/hr B) Scrap and lost time data should be gathered & $485.00 training has reviewed. * 3hrs decision maker time @ $55/hr taken place. C) Record the results for review at a later time. * Human resources & accounting personnel employees should devote their time for this C) Research & evaluate training effect on scrap, evaluation $240.00 production rates, etc. Did this implementation bring ***(Data preparation)*** $1,600.00 2-4 work forth any cost savings B) Perform a cost & savings analysis for the company to * 12 hrs of clerical time @ $20/hr days $168.00 reflect the time after implementation. strategies? * 10 hrs managerial assistance from a total of $2,008.00 D) Review results & prepare data for decision makers. 5 managers @ $32/hr * 8 hrs accounting assistance @ $21/hr * Each employee will be testing for a one time, 15 minute window. $100 * Volunteers to E) Develop a simple employee satisfaction survey. How did the learners rate their 1-2 work ** Minimal effect on production** distribute & collect $32.00 overall training experience? days F) Administer the survey to each employee surveys. * 5 hrs of clerical time @ $20/hr $132.00 * 1 hr of managerial assistance @ $32/hr * Operations personnel employees should G) Perform an analysis to determine whether or not devote their time for this evaluation $160.00 production numbers increased after the implementation of Were goals met after 1 week from * Site conference ***(Data preparation)*** the training program. $4,800.00 implementation? start to finish room * 8 hrs of clerical time @ $20/hr H) Determine whether or not any increase in production $4,960.00 was correlated with the new training or not. * 30 hrs time of 5 managers @ $32/hr I) Stakeholder evaluation of the cost savings analysis, $240.00 * Staff/management level employees only * Conference research, performance improvement, and surveys to should devote their time for this evaluation $2,750.00 room or offsite determine the program worth. To what extent did the exercise ***(Data preparation)*** meeting location $150.00 1 work day serve its intended purpose? **Worth usually based on profit increases, cost savings * 12 hrs of clerical time @ $20/hr * Rent for location $3,140.00 vs. product implementation cost (of the training module $150.00 * 10 hrs time of 5 decision makers @ $55/hr itself). $10,725.00
  10. 10. Post Training Expectations **Given the information in the handouts, the employee should be able to produce 20 solid oak urns in 8 working hours** **Given the information in the handouts and by using the allotted tools, the employee should be able to correctly assemble 90% (18 urns) of the completed lot so that it does not require and reworking or touch ups.** Goal: 20 urns in an 8 hr work day, 18 of which pass inspection on the first try.
  11. 11. Costs Finished urn profit: $275.00 (per unit @ a retail price of $300.00) Estimated cost of building material: $25.00 (per urn unit) – (1) 1X6”X6’ Oak board – (1) 1X10”X12” – Wood glue – 1 inch nails – (1) sheet of 80 grit sand paper – (1) sheet of 180 grit sand paper – Wood stain of choice – Paste wax finish – Cloth rags – (2) 1” Phillip’s head screws – Wood putty – Tack cloth Other cost (lost time, scrap, etc): $250.00 (per 40 hr work week)
  12. 12. Evaluation Results Reduced scrap & lost time: 90% reduction falls at $225.00 (per 40 hr work week) X 52 = $11,700.00 saved per year. Daily production total achieved (pre training): 9 urns in an 8 hr work day – $309, 375.00 - $11,700.00 = $297,675.00 (yearly profit) Daily production total achieved (post training): 22 urns in an 8 hr work day – $314,600.00 + $11,700.00=$326,300 (yearly profit) Total cost savings: $28,625.00 Total training costs: $350.00 (including trainer fees) Training evaluation costs: $10,725.00
  13. 13. Thank you!