Production Controlling
Make your production flow transparent.
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  • Production Controlling

    Seminar-Nummer: 9.6.3 Seminardauer: 3 Tage

    The focus on value management is crucial for staying competitive in the market. The main purpose of any activity in industry or services is to create value for the customer. This happens mainly in operations, i.e. in production. Here you manufacture the products that the customer is willing to pay for.

    Volatile markets, high complexity, innovative steps, global supply chains and individualisation of products and services challenge current industrial set ups. A continuous effort to improve quality, service and price is essential for surviving.

    A well-known and accepted standard for a modern production system is the so-called “lean” production, which combines high flexibility and agility with excellent quality standards based on a competitive cost structure. This production system is also well known as World Class Manufacturing (WCM) or Operational Excellence (OpEx).

    The role of production controlling is to map the information and material flow in production, visualise deviations and prepare decisions, both operationally and economically. This requires the preparation and presentation of all information to management (and the organisation) in order to ensure that the customer order is fulfilled in the required quality, on time and in a highly efficient manner.

    Your benefits

    • Learn to appreciate production as the key area in the value-adding process
    • Understand how to design a controlling process to make transparent both performance and the input of resources to foster the achievement of targets for quality, timely delivery and the efficient use of resources such as personnel, services, means of production and inventories
    • Learn the principles, processes and tools to make the value-add process transparent and organised against lean criteria
    • Apply the methodologies of value stream management and value stream mapping to illuminate the flow of information and materials
    • Understand how to apply key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure and steer these processes so that each value-adding process will be allocated the related process costs
    • Develop a KPI system (KPI tree) for a specific example

    Seminar Content

    • The transformation of production systems: from the third industrial revolution to Industry 4.0 (or the internet of things)
    • Lean organisation as a basic concept: a modern work organisation will support the principles of inclusion and autonomy
    • Principles of “lean” production: the detection and elimination of waste as a continuous effort for all disciplines
    • The “lean” toolbox: Total Quality Management, Just-In-Time in production and logistics, Total Productive Maintenance, leadtime reduction, KAIZEN
    • The Value Stream: Value Stream Mapping as a tool for visualising, analysing and steering of value chains
    • Holistic thinking and acting in controlling: production controlling as a management service. What is the impact of the “right” KPIs for the addressees in the value chain?
    • Strategic and operational KPIs for steering and controlling production. Development of a KPI-tree based on practical examples
    • The production controller as driver and moderator for process improvements in the value chain

    This seminar is very “hands-on” and works with actual examples from the participants.

    The Production Controlling seminar is addressed to controllers and managers with a controlling and planning responsibility in the areas of production, engineering, supply chain and production scheduling. It would be ideal if the responsible controllers and managers could attend this seminar together.

    Trainer/in

    Dipl.-Kfm. Paul Lemoine

    Diploma in economics and organizational development, Controller diploma (CA). Until Feb 2016 Paul was acting as Executive Director Quality & World Class Manufacturing at Magna Interiors Global. He was responsible for restructuring and continuously improving the value adding processes in the plants and the supportive functions. From 2006 – 2011 he acted as Director Operations at TEREX-DEMAG (construction and building of cranes). Von 1986 bis 2006 he held various leadership functions at Ford of Europe and General Motors Europe/ Opel. Paul Lemoine introduced the first lean Supply Chain Management System at Opel in Eisenach. With Ford Vehicle Operation in the Cologne plant he was rewarded with the title of ‘most productive plant in the European automobile industry (Harbour-report). In the year 2006, the plant was rewarded with the "Lean Production Award".

    Kontakt und Beratung

    Martina Wiegand
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  • 1.700 EUR
     
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    Seminar-Nummer: 9.6.3 Seminardauer: 3 Tage

    Kontakt und Beratung

    Martina Wiegand
    Seminar buchen:
    ausgebucht Restplätze verfügbar frei
    Aktuellen Termin auswählen:
  • 1.700 EUR
     
    Preise zzgl. gesetzlicher Umsatzsteuer:

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