- OPERATIONS STRATEGIC FOCUS
OBJECTIVE: Knowing the transcendental role that production processes have in the company’s goals accomplishments for its alignment, control and improvement.
A. Productivity and Competitive Concepts.
B. Production Area Strategic Objectives and Functions.
C. Productivity Focus.
D. Indexes related to the Production and Productivity Area.
II. SUPPORT MANUFACTURE PRACTICES FOR PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT
OBJECTIVE: The training, knowledge and application of the productivity improvement existing help and support programs allows substantial improvements related with the setup, workstation organization, and the maintenance positions interactions.
A. Quick Setup in SMED Operations.
B. TPM* Total Productive Maintenance.
C. Just in Time. Kanban.
D. 5 S’s Methodology.
III. PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND PRODUCTION CONTROL
OBJECTIVE: The production activities planning and defining the necessary resources in both; materials and workforce, allows to have a clear vision of the productive process future.
A. Production Program Environments
B. Aggregate Planning System
C. Capacity calculation
D. The Production Plan
E. Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)
F. Production Reports
IV. COMPANY’S SUPPLY CHAIN
Objective: Optimize the logistics of materials in the company. Know the different processes in the chain and the alignment of customer demand with the production process.
A. Integration of concepts for the administration of the Supply Chain.
B. Inventory Levels
C. Balancing of production lines
V. MANAGEMENT SKILLS
OBJECTIVE: Production and operation require the combination of knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes in a manager in order to be efficient in a wide work diversity, different company’s areas that would allow to interact with both operational and directive staff.
A. Planning and Management.
B. Communication and Assertiveness.
VI. PRODUCTIVITY SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND TOOLS
OBJECTIVE: Develop the participant in help and support programs to improve productivity, using statistical tools for process control.
A. Diagramming and process improvement
B. Statistical tools and troubleshooting
C. Control charts by variables and attributes
D. Develop and interpret a Control by variables chart
VII. FLOOR PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT (LAYOUT DISTRIBUTION)
OBJECTIVE: Train the participant in the optimal layout of the lay out and floor design. Liaison with ISO and current production processes.
- The Seven Manufactory Wastes.
- Operation ISO 9000.
- Types of distribution in floor, cells, process, product
- Work Studies.and times
- Transactions Economy.
VIII. OPERATION FINANCIAL FOCUS
Objective: Provide information to managers of productive resources about the impact of their decisions on the company’s Income Statements.
A. Operations and their registration are key in the organization
B. Record of Costs and Cost of Production
C. Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement
D. Impact of operations on the Financial Statements
E. Keys for Plant Evaluation