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Quick Response Manufacturing, Part 2: Strategies for Reducing Lead Time (Course)

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Companies manufacturing high-mix, low-volume, or customized products struggle with long lead times and late deliveries. Quick Response Manufacturing (QRM) is an enterprise-wide strategy that enables companies to reduce lead times by over 80% and achieve near-perfect on-time delivery.

Quick Response Manufacturing, Part 2: Strategies for Reducing Lead Time goes over the strategies that companies can use to achieve significant lead time reduction, including:

  • The QRM organizational structure which is based upon organizing into QRM Cells both on the shop floor and in the office.
  • The QRM approach to capacity planning, specifically decisions about maching and labor utilization and batch-sizing.

This course is the second in a two-part series and assumes that learners have successfully completed the first course.

This course was designed for employees at companies that have already adopted the QRM strategy. It is particularly suited to onboarding of new employees.

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Quick Response Manufacturing, Part 2: Strategies for Reducing Lead Time

Companies manufacturing high-mix, low-volume, or customized products struggle with long lead times and late deliveries. Quick Response Manufacturing (QRM) is an enterprise-wide strategy that enables companies to reduce lead times by over 80% and achieve near-perfect on-time delivery.

Quick Response Manufacturing, Part 2: Strategies for Reducing Lead Time goes over the strategies that companies can use to achieve significant lead time reduction, including:

  • The QRM organizational structure which is based upon organizing into QRM Cells both on the shop floor and in the office.
  • The QRM approach to capacity planning, specifically decisions about machine and labor utilization and batch-sizing.

This course is the second in a two-part series and assumes that learners have successfully completed the first course.

This two-part series is designed for employees at companies that have already adopted the QRM strategy. It is particularly suited to onboarding of new employees.