Overview

Speak to any business man or woman today and the subject of conversation will almost always fall within the boundary of tough competition, cost reduction, shrinking market share, globalization, and cheaper labour in some countries. Yet despite these facts, there are organizations that seem to be ahead even though they face the same threats as their competitors. So if outside factors are affecting all, they must have done something good internally for them to stand out from the crowd. One of the reasons is in how they measure the work. It is the aim of this program to share the measuring techniques for enhancing competitiveness – you cannot control your destiny unless you put your own house in order.

Duration

2 Days

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed for executive and managerial level of the manufacturing sector who involved in:

  • Production planning
  • Quality assurance
  • Materials
  • Logistics
  • Engineering
  • Productivity improvement

Objectives

By the end of the session, you would be able to:

  • Acquire a comprehensive understanding of the principles and techniques of various work measurement
  • Focus and differentiate on the micro and macro measurements
  • Understand the international language in productivity management
  • Introduce the concept of scheduling and sequencing and the evaluation
  • Build a more productive relationship with the top management.
  • Extend your professional skills and add your career value.

Course Outlines

Introduction to Work Measurement

  • Definition of Work Measurement
  • Major techniques

Time Study

  • Reasons for Time Study
  • Steps in performing
  • A model for practical allowances
  • Case Exercise

Maynard Operation Sequencing Technique – a Refined Method Time Measurement (MTM)

  • Introduction to MTM
  • Types & Uses of MTM
  • Unit of measurement
  • Sample data card
  • Exercise

Production Study

  • Introduction
  • Case Exercise

Activity Sampling

  • Introduction
  • Case Exercise

Operations Scheduling (OS)

  • External focus: scheduling techniques
  • Internal focus: Johnson sequencing technique

Flow Analysis & Balancing

  • Introduction to Cycle Time
  • How to control cost and delivery
  • Machine interference

Inhouse Training Framework - ADDIE Model

In GIN, we will work with you to modify courses or develop one to meet the specific requirements of your business. To assure your investment on training is not wasted and to maximize the value of the in-house program, we apply the ADDIE model – a dynamic, flexible guideline for building effective training and performance support tools. You may learn more about ADDIE model here.

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