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Steps in Organizing, Hats, and Just In Time


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Don't know what to prioritize? You need a hat, posting and a lot of organizing.

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Steps in Organizing, Hats, and Just In Time

  1. 1. Steps in Organizing, Hats, and Just In Time Lecture Notes from Enabler
  2. 2. “Work, activity with purpose.”
  3. 3. Good morning, Bayanihan sa Hanap Buhay… how may I help you?
  4. 4. TERMINAL, something that has a mass and meaning which originates, receives, relays and changes particles on a flow line. A post or TERMINAL is an assigned area of responsibility and action which is supervised in part by an executive.
  5. 5. A point that receives, relays and sends communication. When people wear only own hats then one has TERMINALS in the organization.
  6. 6. “PRODUCE, v, to bring into existence, make; to bring about; cause.”
  7. 7. “POSTING, n one’s position, job or post in a business.”
  8. 8. “POST, an assigned area of responsibility and action which is supervised in part by an executive.”
  9. 9. “HAT, a HAT designates what terminal in the organization is represented and what the terminal handles and what flows the terminal directs. Every HAT has a product. A HAT is a specialty. It handles or controls certain particles in various actions and receives, changes and routes them.”
  10. 10. PRODUCT, a completed thing that has exchange value within or outside the activity. A completed cycle of action which then can be represented as having been done.
  11. 11. Who is supposed to help that customer over there - ? He’s been waiting over half an hour!!
  12. 12. Oh never mind – I’ll look over here and find out myself
  13. 13. The org board is the solution to find out who does what job and what they are responsible for.
  14. 14. The Steps of Organizing 1. In order to organize something one has to establish what is the final product. Hhow can we help the farmers?
  15. 15. The Steps of Organizing 2. Work backwards in sequence to establish the earlier products necessary to make each next product and which all in a row add up to the final product. o Let’s see There’s producer, distrib ution, consumer
  16. 16. The Steps of Organizing 3. Post in terms of vertical greater and greater completeness of product to get command channels. Economy: 1. Producer 2. Distribution 3. Consumer
  17. 17. The Steps of Organizing 4. Adjust it for flows. Buying seeds Preparing organic fertilizer Irrigation Planting Harvest Selling unhusked rice Transportation Rice Mill There- That’s better!
  18. 18. The Steps of Organizing 5. Assign its communication sequence. So the line of communication goes from farmers, then buying rice, then transporting…
  19. 19. The Steps of Organizing 6. Name these as posts. Please take this list of duties and functions – It’s part of the logistics hat!
  20. 20. The Steps of Organizing 7. Post it. Llogistic s
  21. 21. The Steps of Organizing 8. Post it. Kim, you’re in charge of llogistics… Congratulations
  22. 22. The Steps of Organizing 9. Drill it to get it known. Paul, Come on over here and we’ll run thru what you need to do in this department.
  23. 23. The Steps of Organizing 10. Assemble and issue the hats. Now that you have been working here for a bit, write up all your successful actions so I can get a full hat folder assembled for you.
  24. 24. The Steps of Organizing 11. Get these known Hey Pete – Let’s go over Caesar's hat write up!
  25. 25. The Steps of Organizing 12. Get the functions done so that the products occur. This is what is called ORGANIZING. Ok Ruben and Rudy keep shipping out all our orders – promptly and accurately
  26. 26. “Have you ever been confused by all the different tasks you do at work?” Hiring Firing Sales Forecast Futuree Meeting Collection Interview Sell Invoice Receipts Prospect Planning
  27. 27. Confusion can be removed Hiring Firing Sales Forecast Future e Meeting CollectionInterview Sell Invoice Receipts Prospect Planning
  28. 28. Confusion can be removed “The term and idea of a HAT comes from conductors or locomotive engineers, etc., each of whom wears a distinctive and different type of head gear. A HAT, therefore, designates particular status and duties in an organization.”
  29. 29. Just In Time A long term philosophy of: o Deliberately lowering inventories o Streamlining materials flow o Exposing and permanently resolving problems
  30. 30. Just In Time A long term philosophy of: o Deliberately lowering inventories o Streamlining materials flow o Exposing and permanently resolving problems
  31. 31. Objectives of Just In Time Produce perfect units in necessary quantities at the necessary times such that a continuous flow of products is achieved.
  32. 32. Typical Results of JIT o Decreased Set Up Time o Better Process Flow o Less Work-in-Process .
  33. 33. Knowledge of JIT Concepts Fast feedback on defects Ideas for Ideas for Ideas for improving Ideas for setting up cutting lot sizes reducing JIT delivery performance manufacturing cells set up times Lot-size reduction JIT Production Higher Quality Less material waste Fewer re- work labor hours Scrap / Quality Control Heightened Awareness of Problems and Problem Causes B E N E F I T S Higher Productivity and Lower Costs Less materials Lower incentives Faster market response Less labor Less space Better forecasting Less administration Less inventory