Eliminate complexity in your processes

In a Web-exclusive report at www.plantengineering.com, Kevin Duffy, a partner at Kepner-Tregoe Inc., takes a look at the issue of manufacturing complexity and how it affects costs. The report looks at the root causes of complexity in manufacturing and suggests a four-step process to create an action plan for addressing the issue.
By Staff February 1, 2007

In a Web-exclusive report at www.plantengineering.com , Kevin Duffy, a partner at Kepner-Tregoe Inc., takes a look at the issue of manufacturing complexity and how it affects costs. The report looks at the root causes of complexity in manufacturing and suggests a four-step process to create an action plan for addressing the issue.

“Some companies have found a better way to make decisions about what to make, for whom and where. Instead of jumping on the outsourcing bandwagon, they have examined their business practices with an eye to eliminating complexity,” Duffy writes exclusively at www.plantengineering.com .

Go to the Website and check under ‘In The News’ to download this informative report.