To see means to know – to know how to quickly and accurately react to the occurring disturbances and what to do to avoid them in the future.
Finding reliable answers to key questions – as soon as possible. Is production being carried out as planned? Are the actual lead times consistent with the data used for planning? How to ensure that all events are properly registered? Are the machines operational and do the employees have tasks assigned? Do you know who or what produced it, when and from what? Do you know who should be remunerated and for what work? Or….. how it is possible to know all this?
The implementation of even the most precise plans requires ongoing monitoring and, contrary to appearances, this is not about collecting as much data as possible. The solution is ergonomics, in collecting information, processing it, as well as taking action based on it. Thanks to this, we can immediately see which points in the process require our intervention and we know how to avoid similar events in the future. Wondering how you will convince employees about the new style of work? You will provide them with high intuitiveness of the entire process and ease in reporting events on a regular basis. The key word for production record keeping? Automation.