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Current Condition - Review

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For BGI Sustainable Operations MGT-564 students. A brief review of the Standard Format we are asking them to use in their management reports.

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Current Condition - Review

  1. 1. SlideCast Training SegmentFor BGI Sustainable Ops Class MGT564 Week 4 Jan 24th, 2012 Jan 23, 2011
  2. 2.  Personalize with your own theme / design Key information ◦ Project Name ◦ Your Name ◦ Phase of the project – “Grasp Current Condition” ◦ Date of Last edit ◦ Rev xx 2
  3. 3. Step 0 – Context: provide a prosaic overview description of your process to help me (others) understand in a general way.Step 6, 1-Page Summary: Key points captured in bullet form and Run Chart of current data vs. Target Line. 3
  4. 4.  General description / high level / prosaic form ◦ What is the situation? ◦ Why is it important / relevant to you? ◦ What problems or difficulties are you facing? ◦ What’s your vision / how you would like it to be? ◦ Anything else that’s important? 5
  5. 5.  How Long should the task take to satisfy the customer? i.e. 60 minutes for my morning routine. 6
  6. 6. Graphic Diagram of yourCurrent Process as it is now. 7
  7. 7.  List observations of any factors that affect the way your process currently operates. 8
  8. 8.  What machines affect / involved with your process? What machines constrain your process? Is Machine Capacity Sufficient ? … Yes / No 9
  9. 9. Please be sure to include your Takt or Target line on your Run Chart 10
  10. 10.  Ideally, how many people should be involved? 12
  11. 11. Simple Run ChartHeadings & sub-bullets with Target Line Line Pace ◦ ____ ◦ ____ First Impressions ◦ ____ ◦ ____ Machine Capacity ◦ ____ Process Stability ◦ _____ Number of Operators 13
  12. 12.  Line Pace ◦ 7:30-11:00 PM ◦ 15 minute increments ◦ Gaps = weekends, before 7AM and after 9PM, 120 minutes Last Weeks Exercise Log sporadic daytimes 105 minutes First Impressions 90 minutes 75 minutes ◦ Not meeting customer expectations 60 minutes ◦ Weekends may be good focus 45 minutes ◦ Could wake up earlier 30 minutes Machine Capacity 15 minutes ◦ Heavy reliance on computers Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday ◦ All machines working well Process Stability ◦ Many sporadic, fixed tasks ◦ High variety in output 11-4 Necessary 3 of Operators ◦ Require 3 14

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