Team 2 Portfolio Review. Qs 327 Fall 2004 Dr. John Sinn. Team Members. Justin Bayham Steven Gum Craig Kessler David Luth Robert Ritzman Brandon Roberts Adam Snyder Chris Swank. Index. Company Description Project Goals Tool 19 Summary Tool 20 Summary Tool 21 Summary
Qs 327 Fall 2004
Dr. John Sinn
Systems These Accomplishments Should Occur:
A Worldwide System of How to Exist in The Business World.
Evaluates Factors of The Relationships Between Customers and
The More Current Update of the ISO 9000 System.
Key Elements Concern Quality Management Systems,
Management Responsibility, Resource Management, Product
Realization, and Product Analysis.
Push and Pull Production System Styles Based off Customer
Continuous Versus Intermittent Production
Time Study, Accessibility and Clearance, Posture, Work Sampling
and Quality Characteristics.
A Stepping Stone to Understanding the Next Six Tool Kits. The Main Reason for Evaluating Characteristics is Ongoing Improvements.
Completed Through the Use of General Cost Analysis and
Kaizen Charts. Further Detailed by the Use of the Ongoing
Process Control Plan (OPCP) and the Standard Operation
General Analysis (SOGA)
New Systems Would Require Assembly, Testing, Maintenance,
Different Options to Improve Security including: X-ray Machines,
Increased Manpower, Metal Detectors, and Manual Inspections.
Each New System Would add Continuous Costs Man Hours
The OPCP Evaluates The Process Description, Tools Required
For Service, Service Parameters, Customer Characteristics,
Evaluation Methods and Corrective Actions.
The (SOGA) or Standard Operating Procedure Analysis Provides
a Step by Step Process Description, Sequence, Time Issues and
Other Necessary Information as Well as Corrective Measures
Both The OPCP and the SOPATA are Tools that are Continuously Updated and Changed
The TAMA, GCA, and SOPATA all Evaluate Costs and Profitability
-This SDA was used to help specifically determine what the WCA could do better compared to another airport by way of a benchmark audit.
-The OCA SDA focused on trying to work at 100% efficiency, in this case WCA security. Reason being, trying to work at an acceptable rate with the best practices so as to minimize scrap.
-In this SDA, it helped to aid us in setting up a time frame to complete, in weeks, what and who we were going to compare our security information to. It turned out results on improvements that could be made to the WCA/
TPM Safety and Ergonomics