Simulated Assessment based Workshop (SAW)

Simulated Assessment based Workshop (SAW)

Simulated Assessment based Workshop (SAW) is a structured program designed to identify improvement opportunities across Manufacturing-Supply Chain. In addition to a rigorous assessment, it also includes a planned dissemination program conducted onsite along with the manufacturing personnel in an interactive manner. As a result, improvement projects are identified, prioritized and suggested for deployment by internal team. The exercise would be conducted by Senior Consultants from Kaizen Hansei and Subject Matter experts. The approach includes:

  1. Simulated Assessment: A diagnostic assessment would be carried out by Assessors to identify gaps (opportunity for improvement) across the value chain.
  2. Workshop: High impact improvement projects would be deployed (achievable within the timeline of 6-12 months) amongst internal teams.Based on the assessment, Kaizen Hansei will define the target score for mid-year and end of year. Parametric targets will be set based on logical analysis and implement ability consideration.

The focus would be on creating a roadmap to align the team for achievable targets within a short span of 6-12 months..

Benefits of SAW

  • Scorecard of the site, across the parameters and comparative analysis w.r.t other similar companies
  • Feedback on ‘As-Is’ state of operation and opportunities for improvement
  • Roadmap with specific targets for improvement in each functional area
  • List of projects (Immediate to 12 months timelines) to be implemented for achieving the targets
  • A focused team structure for project execution and review
  • Sharing of best practices from the similar Industry(Inline with the products/solutions offerings of client)

Note: Interested companies may send in their duly filled application at the earliest so as to be able to leverage SAW better.

Fee Details are given in the IMexI Information brochure and Application Form …

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