Cycle Time Analysis: Cut Costs and Save Time
August 7, 2014 – Noon to 1 PM (EDT)
This training focuses on a little known strategy for analyzing cycle times. Simply put, the cycle time is the time that it takes a sales order, product, or inventory to move through any defined process. By a using this simple cycle time analysis tool, teams can contribute to the reduction of overall organizational costs, reduce inventory costs and work in process, and improve order fulfillment capabilities.
When paperwork or product pile up and the demand for “more people” grows, companies can take a look at performing a simple analysis to determine whether the demand is real or a product of poor processing. The analysis is free and takes very little time to complete but the rewards can be huge.
The training will illustrate the use of cycle time analysis using production line, inventory and paperwork processes however, cycle time analysis can be used for any defined process. By the end of the training hour, attendees will be able to quickly analyze virtually any process, identify previously unknown bottlenecks in the process and begin planning and managing the changes that are required to save time and money. They will be able to immediately apply cycle time concepts throughout workplace operations.
Learn to Reduce
- Inventory Costs
- Wait Times
- Processing and Production Times
- Process Imbalances
- Bottle necks
- Order Fulfillment Times
- Paperwork Process Times (Sales Orders, Documentation Changes, etc.)
Learn to Increase
- Inventory Turns
- Process Flows
- Supplier Liaisons
- Flow Manufacturing
- Product Shelf Life
Who Should Attend
- Service Industries
- Production Managers and Line Supervisors
- Transportation Managers
- Production Engineering
- Production Teams
- Purchasing Personnel
- Sales order groups
Presenter – Dr. John Ryan
Dr. Ryan holds a Ph.D. in research and statistical methods. He recently retired from his position as the Quality Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture where he started the first RFID farm-to-distribution-to-retail traceability system. The initial system was expanded to monitor air freighted produce temperature controls. His book entitled “Guide to Food Safety during Transportation: Controls, Standards and Practices”, will soon be released. He also specializes in providing container traceability and sanitation training and certification for food transporters. He has published over fifty articles and has spent over thirty years at the vice president and executive director levels in operations and quality for a number of international corporations both in the United States and as an expatriate in a number of Asian countries.
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