Key 16, Production Scheduling, of the 20 Keys Operations Improvement System is about ensuring a consistent, high, level of on-time delivery of products and services. This is done by synchronising Marketing and Sales efforts with manufacturing capabilities and scheduling processes accordingly.
CTP, Rickard Air and KSB Pumps and Valves (Pty) Ltd, enrolled members of staff, selecting ODI’s blended learning method, to complete the NQF5 Certificate in Productivity learnership.
The group of Lactalis SA Skills Programme learners was facilitated on their SIA journey by ODI’s MD, Huibie Jones.
If adequate maintenance has been done, replacing a new machine is never cheaper, even if maintaining the older one entails some expense.
Carpe Diem joined forces with ODI and enrolled members of staff to complete the NQF2 Production Technology learnership comprising of 10 Modules – facilitated by Valery Hansen.
ODI’s Valery Hansen is facilitating this group of CTP delegates completing their NQF3 National Certificate in Management learnership.
In business, we aim to be the best, the fastest, and the lowest cost producer of a product or service. It takes constant improvement of products, processes and service to remain an industry leader and provide the best choice for customers, regardless of where we are in the process.
There are many similarities between the 20 Keys and the Toyota Production system, and many differences. However, the underlying principles are very much the same.