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Elimination Of Waste
Continuous Improvement
Just In Time Production (JIT)
Built In Quality

EFFECT
• Expense Reductions Throughout
• Keeping True To ISO 9000 Standards
• Less Inventory = More Cash
• Standards & Practices Keep Quality
From Start To Finish

Bottlenecks in Production

Total Quality Management (TQM) Tools
• Define TQM

• Who will use?
• When will it be used?
• Process improvements

• Three TQM Tools to be Implemented
• Six Sigma (DMAIC)
• Shingo System
• ISO Certifications: Obtain third party certification

PROJECT PLAN FOR RIORDAN
ELECTRIC FANS
Current State

Future State

Riordan Manufactures Electric Fans in Hangzhou, China

On Time Delivery (OTD) Electric Motor Stock 93%

Excessive Polymer Inventory

Riordan will relocate Electric Fan Manufacturing from Hangzhou, China to Shanghai, China

Increase OTD Electric Motor Stock from 93% to 99%

Reduce Safety Stock on Polymer Inventory

SCHEDULE, ROLES &
RESPONSIBILITIES
• Riordan will relocate Electric Fan Manufacturing from Hangzhou, China to Shanghai, China
• Relocation will take place in the next five years.
• Charles Williamson, Senior Vice Present Research and Development is responsible for maintaining project timeline
• Robert Lord, Plant Director is responsible for insuring required production transition to the new Shanghai location.

• Increase OTD Electric Motor Stock from 93% to 99%
• Charles Williamson, Senior Vice Present Research and Development

• Reduce Safety Stock on Polymer Inventory
• Robert Lord, Plant Director is responsible

REFERENCES
Aniks, T. (2008) Total Quality Management. Retrieved from: taniks.blogspot.com. Benefits of ISO 9000 . (2014). Retrieved from
http://www.pjr.com/standards/iso-90012008/benefits-of-iso-9000 Key Lean Manufacturing Principles. (2013). Retrieved from: http:// www.lean-manufacturing-junction.com/lean-manufacturing- principles.html Jacobs, F. R., & Chase, R. (2011). Operations and Supply Chain Management (13th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill Irwin.

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