Implementing Quick Response Manufacturing to reduce lead times and increase profitability – Free Webinar
By implementing the Quick Response Manufacturing enterprise-wide strategies low-volume/high-mix and custom manufacturers have cut lead times in manufacturing and office operations to increase productivity. Reducing waiting time allows orders to flow more quickly, increasing on-time delivery and reducing the order-to-cash cycle. Companies can launch products more quickly and compete in rapidly changing markets. Profitability improves from reduced cost and defects. The proof of these strategies is in the results of WMEP client implementations.
QRM builds on the foundations of Lean and Six Sigma and focuses whole organizations on reducing time. It enables your company to be more competitive in manufacturing custom-engineered products in low or varying volumes with high quality and short lead times.
This 1 ½ hour session will show how focusing on time as a single measure of manufacturing system performance companies have reduced lead times from order-to-ship and increased productivity yielding significant performance results.
Learn more about QRM in-depth through workshops and then plan and implement – Register Today!
Charlene Yauch, Ph.D P.E., QRM Associate Director MSOE – Charlene has been an engineering educator for over 18 years at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and Oklahoma State University. Her notable honors include five teaching awards and a National Science Foundation Career grant. As the Industrial Engineering program director at MSOE, she expanded elective course offerings, upgraded lab facilities and equipment, and helped the IISE student chapter host a regional conference. She has taught a wide variety of classes, including Contemporary Manufacturing Systems, Materials & Manufacturing Processes, Computer Numerical Control Machining, Automation Technologies, and Engineering Economy.
Andrew Porter, WMEP Senior Consultant – Andrew has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing engineering and consulting for the electronics, aerospace, metal foundry, assembly, printing and process industries. Andrew helps manufacturers adopt performance-driven strategies to improve quality and operational excellence.