Tuotannonohjauksen perusteet kahdessa päivässä – TURBO
Principles and Tools for improving Production Management
The key objective of production management is to ensure customer satisfaction and to achieve this efficiently. The customer satisfaction is supported by good delivery performance such as delivery on time and short lead times, while for efficient production, inventory is minimized and capacity utilization optimized.
Turbo is a two-day production planning and control as well as production management training course. The course explores the production activities of a manufacturer from various angles: production / operations strategy, sales and operations planning, material and capacity planning as well as measuring and improving production.
In-class teaching on the course is followed by an individual report aimed at deepening the learnings during the course by applying it either to your own company or to an imaginary situation. Ideally, this work will lead to concrete development projects in the company. In addition to a course certificate and grade, participants will receive personal written feedback on their report.
Note that this program is held in Finnish.
Turbo provides the basic body of knowledge on production planning and control, production management as well as development of an industrial company and helps you to understand the key role of production as part of business competitiveness and customer service as a whole. Turbo can also be used as a refresher and update of your knowledge on the basics.
The target group is production planners, production team leaders and production middle management who have no theoretical knowledge on the basics of production management or who want to revise the basics and gain new ways of thinking. The training is also beneficial for people working in operations close to production (e.g. order management, purchasing, logistics).
Contents and Schedule
Production management objectives, principles and processes
February 14, 2022
Production strategy, production system and production controllability
- Production strategy as a part of business competitiveness
- Production system: different production process types, order penetration point, push vs pull, production layout
- How can we make production planning easier?
Sales and operations planning, Materials management
- Balancing supply and demand
- Material requirements planning
- Different management logics for items (Visual management, reorder point, MRP)
- Inventory management
From management to production development
February 15, 2022
- The challenge of capacity management in different process types
- Capacity strategy
- Improving capacity utilization, theory of constraints (TOC)
- Speed and flow
- Performance measurement in production
- Lean-thinking as a framework for improving production
- Daily management