BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement | Management

BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement | Management

. Introduction
• Briefly introduce the assignment details.
• Explain the purpose of this task
• Provide a brief overview/background of A.C. Gilbert
2. Key systems and process used by A.C. Gilbert (refer to student work book pages 17 and 18 and the diagram on page 15 and 16 of the appendix).Briefly explain what you mean by the following and how they are followed in A.C. Gilbert
a. Supply Chain
• Supply chains represent the procurement, production and distribution activities of an organisation.
• Within a supply chain, these activities are viewed as linked and reliant on one another to produce the final outcome.
• A.C. Gilbert supply chain includes - acquisition of raw material, systems and process and sales delivery

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BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement | Management

Assessment 1: Review programs, systems and processes BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement

You must provide/submit ONE Report (5 – 7 pages)

´  Your report must include:

´  Key Systems and processes used by A.C Gilbert

´  Review strategy for the three processes

´  Monitoring performance

´  Analyse the variance

´  Trends relevant to the organization

´  Advise from specialists

Suggested report format

  1. Introduction
  • Briefly introduce the assignment details.
  • Explain the purpose of this task
  • Provide a brief overview/background of A.C. Gilbert
  1. BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement | ManagementKey systems and process used by A.C. Gilbert (refer to student work book pages 17 and 18 and the diagram on page 15 and 16 of the appendix).Briefly explain what you mean by the following and how they are followed in A.C. Gilbert
    1. Supply Chain
  • Supply chains represent the procurement, production and distribution activities of an organisation.
  • Within a supply chain, these activities are viewed as linked and reliant on one another to produce the final outcome.
  • C. Gilbert supply chain includes – acquisition of raw material, systems and process and sales delivery
    1. Operational system
  • Use the diagram on page 16 of the appendix and explain
    1. Product and service delivery
  • Use the diagram on page 15 of the appendix
  1. Analysis of the key systems and review strategy (Page 21 – 36)

3a. KRAs and KPIs (provide a minimum of three KPIs for each KRAs from the case study)

KRAs (from case study)KPIs (examples provided below) from case study

(Actions taken by Jack Wrather pg 6 in Case study)

Assessment tools and techniques (Which one of the following tools and techniques would you use?) page 30Performance and sustainability measures (how will you measure and sustain the performance?) page 12 – 13
Customers·       quality standards – maintain current quality standards and exceed market expectations·       balanced scorecards

·       key performance indicators (KPIs)

·       performance reviews

·       Service level agreements

·       customer complaints, reduced defects
Financials·       sales budgets – achieve increase on previous year sales/$20 million by 1963

 

 

·        ·       cost control, increase in revenue
People·       staff retention – retrain engineers/production staff to meet new production requirements due to increase in range

 

 

·        ·       employee engagement, professional development, etc.
Processes·       production times – meet key retail sales periods.

 

 

·        ·       Productivity, decreased downtime,

BSBMGT608 Manage Innovation Continuous Improvement | Management

3b. Performance review process of the three systems (page 21)

Explain, in detail with relevant information from the case study using diagrams, tables, flow charts, any one of the processes you will use to review the performance of the three systems. E.g.

  • process maps
    • Completing an analysis of each step of the process allows for the identification of improvements and process efficiencies. This involves identifying the start and end points of the process, and mapping all steps in between those two points.
  • SWOT analysis
  • benchmarking
  • check sheets
  • graphs and charts.
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