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Operational Metrics – A ‘shopfloor dashboard review process’ in apparel industry

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Stitch World September, 2016

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Operational and financial metrics are aplenty in the apparel industry…, most of which are a result of financial analysis and review after a typical month-end. As a result, the impact of process measurements on problem-solving is not in real-time and hence not as much effective. An organization can meet its operational goals by designing metrics that can be reviewed in a transparent manner either daily or hourly on the production floor. Anand Deshpande, Founder and CEO – Admaa Consulting, a specialist in Lean and Six Sigma consulting in the apparel, automotive, financial services and education sector, talks about the metrics and process of reviewing an apparel manufacturing unit’s production floor. They say in the management parlance ;“If you cannot measure,…

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