BKCConstruct.com – Web Development Project
Posted By :Date :Christine | 07-26-2016
Arteta Online Professionals have recently completed a Web Development Project. Visit their website at BKCConstruct.com. BKC Construction is a local project (Philippine client). This project includes: Web Development Webhost setup Email setup Consulting Freelancer: Christine Everth For web development, web design, SEO management, social media management, virtual assistant services, please contact us here. Arteta Online Professionals is currently accepting local and international clients.
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-18-2015
DRIVERS OF INVENTORY Why should there be inventory in the process when we all want to be lean and live without inventory? Inventory can be used to shield us from the variability of demand. Inventory can also be used to shield us from the internal variability be it in the form of set up times or the variability in processing times.  For this reason, inventory is really a very powerful symptom that guides you in improving your processing.  Wherever you see inventory, you will have the supply and demand mismatches…
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-14-2015
Little's Law states that, in any process, the average inventory is equal to the average flow rate times the average flow time.  Now, unlike most other things are the equations in mathematics that I know that were proven by some ancient Greeks, Little's Law is actually a fairly recent mathematical discovery. We'll see how to apply Little's Law, and that it's quite a powerful tool for you as you're going to analyze processes with respect to inventory, flow rate, and flow time. What are the implications of Little's Law? First…
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-14-2015
Labor productivity on your books, on your supplier's books is absolutely critical in operations. Labor Utilization Cost of Direct Labor Either of these two measures is good or bad by itself. Labor utilization is more a measure of line belts. The cost of direct labor is capturing another angle of that productivity.  This captures the wages that we have, as well, as the productivity of the employees in terms of how many units of output that they can create relative to their wages. Productivity Variables Labor content - the sum…
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-13-2015
What I learned today from Dan Rockwell is how to create positive work environments in an office, or in an online community. These tips will work well in any group situation. I love improving myself, especially in becoming a good leader in my tiny work world. So here are a few red flags we should watch out for when we become a boss: If people start worrying when you show up, you’re a downer. If people love to see you leave, you’re a loser. If your team hates receiving calls…
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-11-2015
The three most important performance measures of an operation: Flow rate, also known as the through put - flow units going through the process per unit of time. The minimum between demand rate and process capacity. It captures the flow, meaning it captures how much work a resource is currently doing. Inventory - number of flow units in the process at any given amount of time Flow time - the time it take the flow unit to go through the process from beginning to end Some PROCESS ANALYSIS Definitions These…
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Posted By :Date :Christine | 04-08-2015
4 Dimensions of Performance These four performance dimensions give us opportunity to differentiate our operations from other, thereby potentially providing us with a competitive advantage. Cost Dimension Variety Quality Performance quality measures how good of a product or service we provide. Conformance quality. It really captures to what extent we're able to deliver on the promise that we have made to the customer. Timeliness Strategy guru, Michael Porter, suggested there are two ways in which an organization can get a competitive advantage. Either through cost leadership or through differentiation. The…
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