Contents & For Whom ||
VE / VM ||
Time Management ||
Cycle Time ||
Dates & Venue ||
How to Enrol ||
Workshop Faculty ||
Over the past 2 decades and more, thousands of executives from different functions and levels have gained from from our hands-on Workshops. We are much beholden to the hundreds of our enterprises for patronising us- by sponsoring their executives to our workshops and thereby, sustaining our passion to contribute to their value addition.
Initially CRaVE started with the 2 thrust areas, Cost Reduction and Value Engineering. Soon, we were creating a process for acheiving organisational performance improvements. Other thrust areas, such as Time Management and Front-lineSupervision, were gainfully added on. With new workshops in the 1990's - such as GROW: Get Rid Of Waste and Towards World Class: Productivity, Quality & Cycle Time - we are currently 'craving' for holistic Operational Excellence !
To commemorate our Silver Jubilee Year, we are happy to float a five one-dayer series of our best workshops, which we reckon to be of the greatest value to our organizations for thriving in the 21st Century.
will be primarily practice-oriented, interactive and focused one meeting the participants
felt needs. They will be enabled to introspect into their current priority areas and develop
Action Plans to become more value-adding, and hence, better performing. Demos, exercises and films will add further insight.
CONTENTS & FOR WHOM
WORKSHOP I: "Cut Costs, While Improving Value: VALUE ENGG./ VALUE MGT."
Contents: VE/VM - need and scope; The organised VE/VM Job Plan;
Hands-on application of VE/VM on chosen project; Cost-Functional Worth Analysis for identifying
value-mismatch functions; Ideation and Refining ideas into actionable plans; VE/VM in practice.
For Whom: Cost Reduction / Value Improvment teams and key executives in
R & D, Design, Manufacturing & other functions responsible for cost effective & competitive product value.
WORKSHOP II: "Pull Off Lean Production: WORLD CLASS PRODUCTIVITY."
Contents: World Class Vs. Conventional Productivity; Introspections;
Output - Input Grid for eliminating waste; Quality - Delivery Grid for finding right output;
Team work on chosen areas; Developing action plans towards WCP / Lean Production in practice.
For Whom: Productivity Improvment teams and key executives accross
functions responsible for making their enterprises more lean and high performing - towards World Class.
WORKSHOP III: "Develop Supervisory Excellence: FRONT-LINE SUPERVISION"
Contents: The Supervisory Challenge; Goal-setting skills;
Human side of Supervision; Engaging workforce better; Improving Communication;
Using Supervisiory Time Better; Creative problem-solving techniques & their hands-on application on chosen areas.
For Whom: Operating-level / Front-line Executives, across functions / locations; Middle level officers in charge of several supervisors of workforce and other resources.
WORKSHOP IV: "Better Time Management: LEVERAGE YOUR TIME"
Contents: Identifying need and scope for time saving : My Activity - Time
Analysis; Time Management Matrix - Urgent Vs. Important; Practical techniques / Demos for leveraging time; Stress abatement methods; Coping with my worst time wasters; My Action Plans.
For Whom: Executives, across functions / locations and down
levels, who feel constrained by time pressure most.
WORKSHOP V: "Effect Quicker Response: CYCLE TIME REDUCTION"
Contents: Fast Cycle Time methodology; Process selection criteria;
Process Value Analysis; Process Mapping; "IS" Vs. "SHOULD BE" comparison; Process re-design;
Reducing non-value-adding time and improving value adding ratio; Develop Action Plans.
For Whom: Process improvement teams; Delivery Managers and key Executives in Product Development, Manufacturing etc., responsible for process improvements / cycle time reduction.
The 5 one-dayers - Workshops I, II, III, IV and V- on 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25 January 2005 respectively
(Friday through Tuesday, 9a.m. - 6 p.m., daily)
Hotel RAMA, Lavelle Road, Bangalore - 560 001
HOW TO ENROL
should forward their nominations with their payment of Workshop Fee at Rs.
1,500/- per participant (Non-residential) per programme.
Online registrations are eligible for a discount of Rs. 300/- per
participant. If 10 or more participants are nominated you get a further discount of Rs. 200/- per participant per day. Payment can be made by Cheque / DD payable to ‘CRaVE
Services’. Postal address - A-007, Cypress, Raheja Residency, Koramanagala 3rd Block, Bangalore- 560 034. If sent through courier, please mention our
Phone number 5110 1138, on the envelope).
Dr. R.V.Gopalakrishnan will be the Faculty Leader. Valuable inputs will be provided by other Guest speakers from the industry.