Resources like Man, Material, Machine, Money, Space, Time is not unlimited and overall, they are costly in most organizations. Hence getting maximum from the limited or minimum resources is the priority of all organizations irrespective of type or products or service, size, location. Productivity is the indicator to know how well you are becoming more and more efficient by getting more output from the limited resources or the inputs at our disposal. That is the key to both survival and growth.
Productivity impacts almost all operational performance requirements like Capacity utilization, Cost of Goods sold, Lead Time, on time, Inventory Turns etc. Business benefits like Increased profitability, ROCA, Market share and Cash flow will be the outcome of higher productivity.
Productivity indicates how good your processes are in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. Hence, it is the responsibility of ‘certified Productivity Improvement specialists’ in every organization to identify opportunities for productivity improvement in the entire Supply chain and apply the right tools and best practices to achieve the same. It is also a timely decision by visionary leaders of organizations to develop as many ‘Certified Productivity Improvement specialists’’ as possible who are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skillsets to contribute to getting maximum from minimum and significantly improves productivity.
It is more imperative today when many organizations are struggling for profitability and the Government of India is prioritizing ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ for both local consumptions and global supplies. A nation’s standard of living is determined by the productivity of its economy, which is measured by the value of its goods and services produced per unit of the nation’s human, capital, and natural resources.
Keeping this in view, CII is organizing a 16-hours certification programme - ‘Certified Productivity Improvement Specialist’.
- Definition and measurement of Productivity.
- Purpose and benefits of Productivity improvement.
- Productivity Improvement strategies.
- Effective Workplace Organization
- Visual Management
- Good Safety Practices, Job Safety Analysis
- Waste Reduction (Muda, Muri, Mura) in entire Value chain
- Loss Cost Matrix – 16 Losses
- OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
- SMED - Set up the reduction
- Constraint Management - 5 Steps, DBR and Thinking Processes.
- Standard Operations (Takt time, Time Observation sheet, Process Capacity sheet, Standard Work Combination Sheet, Yamazumi chart, Line Balancing, Effective Layout, Standard worksheet) to improve FLOW
- PULL Manufacturing - Kanban Pull, Supermarket
- Kaizen and Kaizen events
- Important TPM Pillars - Autonomous and Quality Maintenance
- And-On and response to abnormalities
- Understanding and reducing Process Variation
- Problem-solving tools
- Mistake-Proofing (Poka-yoke)
- Time and Work-study, Motion analysis
- Competency Mapping, Skill Matrix, Multi-skill for Flexible Mfg.
- 5R for Waste reduction
- Employee Engagement
- Gemba Management, Daily Work Management
- Toyota A3 Improvement Project Management process.
- Calculation of Financial Benefits from various Productivity Improvement Tools
- Productivity and Cost of Manufacturing
- Right KPIs to drive Productivity improvement.
- Understanding P & L statement, the effect of higher productivity.
- Some proposed Projects to improve Productivity
- What next
- Personal Productivity – a few ideas
After undergoing the programme, the ‘Certified Productivity Improvement specialists’ will be able to:
- Identify various losses and wastages that reduces productivity.
- Understand the bottleneck in the value chain where maximum efforts are required to increase overall productivity.
- Understand how improved productivity can reduce cost, expenses and improve profitability, cash flow and customer satisfaction.
- Decide the right Productivity KPIs and identify key drivers to improve those KPIs.
- Understand the right strategies and apply various best practices and tools to improve productivity.
- Collaborate with various functions for shared goals and actions that are key contributors to productivity improvement.
- Take up, lead and drive productivity improvement projects.
- Prepare roadmap to increase productivity 15% to 30% YOY, in the next 1 to 5 years.
- Use the training materials and various examples as a reference for implementation.
Who should attend?
Engineer and Executives (minimum 4 years of industry experience), Junior to Senior level Managers, HODs from Production, Planning, SCM, Quality, Maintenance, Manufacturing Engineering, Design and Development. Faculties from academic institutes.
- Any organization irrespective of the type of products, size, market
- Engineering Service providers (ESP)
- Faculty from engineering colleges