The PFMEA shouldn’t be used to determine if your process is good or bad, but rather as a tool to identify risks in what you’re planning or with what you already have.
Plan for Every Part is an ideal tool for organizations looking to transform into a lean enterprise. Follow these 3 steps to improve your PFEP and boost your continuous improvement efforts even further.
Implementing and executing a well-designed supplier development program will improve supplier communication, quality, and timing and lead to better all-around supplier relationships.
These three simple changes will not only cut your shipping costs, but will also improve your shipping process efficiency and delivery times.
Prevent delivery delays and increased costs by incorporating these 5 actions into your distressed supplier management plan.
Hiring less-talented, lower-skilled workers is a way to save costs, but that strategy comes with a great risk: they’re human, and humans make errors, regardless of how conscientious they are.
From our experience in automotive manufacturing, we’ve found that there are four relationship-based segments which support the creation of a more effective purchasing strategy.
Many factors should be considered when sourcing tooling, but three simple actions will go a long way toward finding the most cost-effective solution for your organization.
Leading companies invest the time and resources to master lean tools like Plan for Every Part to analyze and adjust the variables impacting inventory.
Actionable insights from IndustryStar on ways to expedite, optimize, and de-risk your supply chain operations.