Faster/Slower? LO19934

Eugene Taurman (
Thu, 19 Nov 1998 14:05:00 -0600

Replying to LO19924 --

>Name one to three things that are better when done faster.

The order entry process from customer to shop
Flowing parts through the shop
Parts through finished goods stores

it is not so much doing the process faster as using speed as an
indicator of how well the process works. If the goal is to reduce time the
company is off the mark it is improving the process so these things happen
faster because we eliminate errors and unnecessary steps.

>Name one to three things that are better when done slower or at an even

Not much on my list because I see speed as an indicator not haste.

Eugene Taurman

Eugene Taurman

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