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    Appoint A Task Force Agile Manufacturing by Carter Mathews

    In the previous post, we’d discussed the importance of Researching to understand if agile manufacturing would be suitable for your current business model.

    It will take time in order to accurately create an agile manufacturing plan. It is important that you make clearly defined selections of the individuals that are in charge. This will smooth out the process and also ensure accountability. Your task force will be in charge of creating this plan. In order to allow a group of individuals to complete this plan, job responsibilities within the organization can be shifted in order to allow this to be possible. Anyone with any previous knowledge of agile manufacturing will be greatly beneficial. The group should be supported and provided with resources that are necessary in order for your team to be swift and successful. A board member should be a part of this team. The future of the business will be changed and shaped through this strategic shift. Regular updates should be provided by the task force during this process. The group should be provided with objectives that are clearly set in order for them to thoroughly understand what is to be achieved through implementation. A timetable for the process should be implemented.

    An important role that is played by the task force is the knowledge culture. By narrowing down the amount of individuals that are working on research, more focus can be applied to the ways of implementation. Every individual in the organization should be involved in the process whether they are on your narrowed elite team or not. The State of Agile Survey reported that one of the biggest barriers experienced in the adoption of agile manufacturing in organizations is the “general resistance to change”. It is the tendency to resist the change within an organization. By getting every individual involved, you can prepare the whole organization for the change. Whether this means putting them on your elite team, or simply getting them familiarized with the process and necessities for change, it will help everyone get on board.

    In the following blog post, we’ll review the importance of Examining the Relations of the Current Suppliers and Drawing Out a Long-Term Plan.

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    Appoint A Task Force Agile Manufacturing by Carter Mathews

    In the previous post, we’d discussed the importance of Researching to understand if agile manufacturing would be suitable for your current business model.

    It will take time in order to accurately create an agile manufacturing plan. It is important that you make clearly defined selections of the individuals that are in charge. This will smooth out the process and also ensure accountability. Your task force will be in charge of creating this plan. In order to allow a group of individuals to complete this plan, job responsibilities within the organization can be shifted in order to allow this to be possible. Anyone with any previous knowledge of agile manufacturing will be greatly beneficial. The group should be supported and provided with resources that are necessary in order for your team to be swift and successful. A board member should be a part of this team. The future of the business will be changed and shaped through this strategic shift. Regular updates should be provided by the task force during this process. The group should be provided with objectives that are clearly set in order for them to thoroughly understand what is to be achieved through implementation. A timetable for the process should be implemented.

    An important role that is played by the task force is the knowledge culture. By narrowing down the amount of individuals that are working on research, more focus can be applied to the ways of implementation. Every individual in the organization should be involved in the process whether they are on your narrowed elite team or not. The State of Agile Survey reported that one of the biggest barriers experienced in the adoption of agile manufacturing in organizations is the “general resistance to change”. It is the tendency to resist the change within an organization. By getting every individual involved, you can prepare the whole organization for the change. Whether this means putting them on your elite team, or simply getting them familiarized with the process and necessities for change, it will help everyone get on board.

    In the following blog post, we’ll review the importance of Examining the Relations of the Current Suppliers and Drawing Out a Long-Term Plan.

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    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *