A Report On The Flow Chart Diagram ( Table D )

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In meeting with the process owner and sponsor, we immediately advised per our analysis, added in ‘white’ in the Flow Chart Diagram (Table D), further process to correct material issues and keep the project moving.


Note – We find in the map a significant drain on finance to labor and resources, due to incorrect material, prolonged project time, causing further overhead and loss in profit. We redirected our investigation to further questions to the key players in the ordering and estimating of materials. This accounts for a majority of the devastating overhead and lost time of the stakeholders. Further note – a bottleneck with the supplier and unskilled workforce are also evident. We will utilize the measurement phase to help drive where to look.

Utilizing this information discovered, we determine the critical to quality or (CTQ) is the incorrect materials delivered to site by the supplier, directly effecting profit. Profit and CTQ are related. (Pyzdek,T., & Keller, P. 2010, p. 72). Operating hours of management and employees is dependent of this variable. Our primary focus here is the incorrect materials delivered to site and the added hours. Other specifics revisited in the future for adjustment to the process. The key variables to monitor are as follows:

1) Correct materials are a hard cost and a dependent item. Individual tracking of these items warranted.
2) Number of returns to supplier adding project delays, company costs and unsatisfied customers.

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