An idea for a competitive advantage thanks to the proposed organizational changes, transfer of knowledge at the highest world level and access to the most powerful production scheduling tool
The purpose of the Analysis is to answer two seemingly simple questions. What to change? How to change it? In order to effectively implement the system for advanced production planning and scheduling, we need to learn as much as possible about your production process. Tell us about how you are currently planning and scheduling your productions. How the organization exchanges information between the participants of the planning process. We want to see what the design and technological data look like. How do you manage the change, how do you get production feedback. This is the tip of the iceberg of what we want to know to propose a solution that will introduce you to the world of efficiency and productivity.
In the next step, we will guide you step by step through the implementation process. We must work together on data, on the integration and transfer of knowledge, so as to minimize the risk associated with the launch of the new planning system that we are learning.
Only the knowledge imparted by practitioners has real value. Only knowledge of the world's best business practices can push your organization onto a completely different track, with a competitive advantage.
Not all practices work at all latitudes. Lean Manufacturing in the European and American realities requires a powerful knowledge of what to do so that your adventure with lean does not end after magical, statistical after three years. APS is a chance to be in a completely different place after implementation.
The computational complexity is often too great to predict the scheduling results 100%. That's why we have to test, test and test again.
Go Live, a special event on the project, when we start to use APS productively. The start of APS must be carefully planned. We need to build a checklist that we will carry out step by step, confirming the completion of tasks and making sure that we have not missed anything. The planner must receive full support in the stabilization process until he becomes fully independent. Fond memories will remain later.