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The Future of Manufacturing: Next Generation Manufacturing Strategy. In preparation for the future, let’s identify current perceived roadblocks. Most Common Challenges we encounter today: Management and Professionals Complacency Internal unnecessary road blocks and waste

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The Future of Manufacturing:

Next Generation Manufacturing Strategy

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

in preparation for the future let s identify current perceived roadblocks
In preparation for the future, let’s identify current perceived roadblocks

Most Common Challenges we encounter today:

  • Management and Professionals Complacency
  • Internal unnecessary road blocks and waste
  • Untapped human power within the organization
  • Management greed for short term results impacting long term company potentials (=> Qtr. end, bonuses)
  • Superficial implementation of magical solutions
  • Constraining Legislation, non-competitive tax structures
  • Energy and Distribution costs
  • Lack of Educational System initiatives towards R&D, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Empowerment
  • Ourselves, lack of eagerness to excel.

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014

defining our point of reference
Defining our point of reference
  • In the pathto “technological competency” and “operational excellence” we might all be at completely different points.
  • So, your future steps might be totally different from someone else.
  • In fact, your future steps might be what someone else already did.
  • Or someone else might be planning to implement what you already implemented.

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014

technological competencies and operational excellence path
Technological Competenciesand Operational Excellence Path
  • MRP and bar codes are available since the 70’s
    • MRP II in the 80’s (closed loop)
    • S&OP, MES, Real time data in the 90’s
    • Are we still seeking MRP, data acquisition and management solutions?
  • SPC was born in the 50’s
    • Dr. Deming
    • Calibrations, qualifications, validations
    • Motorola and 6 Sigma, DOEs
    • Are we still seeking Process Control and SPC solutions?

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014

cont technological competencies and operational excellence path
Cont. Technological Competenciesand Operational Excellence Path:
  • Lean concepts were born in the 40’s
    • Toyota
    • Takt Time, TPM, Quick Change Over, Poka Yoke,…
    • One piece flow, kanban, supermarkets, “milk runs”, vertical integration, …
    • Are we still questioning, seeking …. ?
  • Standardization, simplification and automation were born in the 20’s
    • Ford, S-M-L
    • Manufacturing Execution
    • Are we still questioning, seeking..?

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014

mapping your path into the future
Mapping your path into the “Future”:

I : Become “addicts of constant pursuit of excellence”

II : Willingness to pay the price to achieve your desired results

III : Become a “Learning, Evolving Organization”

IV : Constant pursuit of Operational Excellence

V : Demand driven value network principles

VI : Communication and Data Management Excellence

VII : Embedded innovation in Supply Chain

VIII : Simplification, global flexibility, integration, transformation

IX : Financial Performance 

X : Choose “Best in Class” Examples to study and learn from

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014

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so, the Future….

has nothing to do with dates, but, rather with

Your Desire to Excel

787-649-0328 jafrontera@hotmaill.com

10/1/2014