Are You "Repair Planning" Or Are You Still "Estimating" and Calling It "Repair Planning"? (Repeated from Wednesday - WE22)
Bob Gilbert & Scott Wheeler, Akzo Nobel
Format: MP3 download
This session is designed for shops that have implemented Repair Planning but are still experiencing supplements and other delays associated with defects in Repair Planning. A basic understanding of the PCE Building Blocks is also required.
You began Repair Planning to get the job done in the right amount of time, with the right quality, and at the right cost, but are you getting Repair Planning right? Do you still experience supplements, lost parts, wrong parts, or other delays caused by defects in Repair Planning?
Even if they are not implementing Lean principles in the business, Repair Planning champions have learned they must incorporate many Lean principles and tools into their Repair Planning process to truly optimize the process and provide an output that allows Continuous Flow. After all, isn't that the ultimate objective of Repair Planning?
Identify where you are in the Evolution of Repair Planning and learn what Repair Planning Champions have done to get to the next level.
Incorporate Lean principles and tools into your Repair Planning process in order to facilitate true Continuous Flow which, in turn, will allow you to optimize your cycle times.