All factories struggle, writes seasoned manufacturing executive Rob Tracy. Sooner or later, your plant will fall behind in on-time delivery, your workforce will lose morale and the production calendar will fill up with emergency “hot list” scheduling. Tracy points out that getting a factory back in shape may be hard, but it’s not complicated. He explains step-by-step how to identify weaknesses, set attainable goals, get the cooperation of the whole organization and make improvements that last.
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Rob Tracy has worked in manufacturing for more than 30 years, including several terms in senior executive positions.
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