Is your demand unpredictable and difficult to forecast? You can reduce this challenge and improve your business efficiency by implementing a level scheduling system.
Mastered by automotive giant Toyota, Heijunka is a Japanese term for ‘level’ or ‘flat’. It’s about having complete visibility of the system and synchronizing the supply chain for a smooth flow of customer orders. Join PMI Director Consultant Barry Byrne as he delves into the art of Heijunka and confesses that monotony is liberating when it comes to scheduling!
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