Allow me to explain,let us consider the situation:
Everyone has done their job, new methods, work place layout, kaizen events, single piece flow, poka yoke, six sigma, value stream mapping, almost all the waste has been kicked out of your business and all that remains is pure work activity
However there is one last measure to employ:
Competitive Work Pace
The question to ask:
Is the remaining work content being performed at the correct pace
How do you know ?
How do you measure work pace ?
When assessing someones work pace, you draw upon your own experiences and judgements, but how do you know those judgements are correct.
Your judgements are a personal opinion
You might assess the competitive pace of an activity as 'good', but how does your 'good' compare with world class best practice.
Unless you know what best practice looks like and feels like using Kinestetics, you cannot compare your pace perception against the world class benchmarks
Pace control will help close the gap between your current work pace and the global competitive benchmark. The Kinesteic pace control skills and techniques we have developed are easy to understand and simple to use.
Without Pace Control you are in danger of accepting a lower pace performance, not realising or quantifying your reduced efficiency and not acheiving a truely competitive work pace
The assessment of a competitive work pace by the management team is vital in creating a competitive advantage.
Even the most brilliant Managers and team members need a fresh perspective. They need their performance expectations recalibrating