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Advanced Management Orientation to Develop Work System



The overall objective of the training course:

  • This course aims at providing participants with an integrated understanding and practical information for the best methods and techniques.
  • Streamline work. Emphasis will be placed on practical exercises, thematic studies and discussions.
  • Collective, union workshops to solve patterns that match the complexity of business processes and how they are being replicated.
  • Design, simplify and minimize unnecessary workflows. The course will also cover factors
    and how to overcome participants' resistance to change.
  •  Advanced management approach to systems development
     Work and streamlining procedures.

Course content:
the first unit:
Symptoms and diagnosis of complications of work procedures:

  • Accumulation of work.
  • Multistage steps.
  • Non-productive workforce.
  • Return to large numbers of files.
  • Many staff mobility.
  • Multiple stages of control and review.
  • Signatures and approvals that are not necessary or have no meaning / multiple copies.
  • A state of conformity to the formal and procedural complexities and their image.

The second unit
Methods / stages of streamlining work:

  • Select and define the work or work to simplify or improve its performance.
  • Record the details of this work with the latest details of the tasks.
  • Analyze task details (why, how, what, where, when, and who).
  • Access to the greatest possible improvement.
  • Establish a new way of doing business.
  • Apply and follow the developed method.
  • Work Streamlining Techniques.
  • Business distribution table.
  • the to Do list.
  • List of activities.
  • Analysis.
  • What time-consuming activities?
  • Where are the necessary activities?
  • Was the optimal use of human capacity and capabilities?
  • Have the staff done so much for basic work?
  • Has the work been distributed equally?
  • Case Study.
  • The basic of preparing the table.
  • The basics of preparing the table.
  • Icons used.
  • Process.
  • Movements.
  • search.
  • delay.
  • storage.
  • Table analysis.
  • What is going on?
  • What is it necessary?
  • Where should it be?
  • When and what is the right order?
  • Who does this job and how does it perform?

The third unit:
Labor statistics:

  • The definition.
  • Work units.
  • Scheduling work.
  • Tasks related to each other.
  • Division of labor.
  • Bottlenecks.
  • Required personnel.
  • Attract attention.

4.3 Methods / Steps of Labor Statistics (Measurement):

  • Select the factor.
  • Calendar Terms.
  • Division of labor into elements.

Determine how long each item performs through:

  • Repetition.
  • Cumulative.
  • Calculation of the rate.
  • Selected time.
  • Normal time.
  • Scrapers.
  • Standard Time.
  • Study of delay rate.
  • Calculate time through models.

The fourth unit:
The economics of movement:

  • Workplace.
  • Dimensions of the human body.
  • Foundations of the study of labor movement.
  • Hand movement.
  • Finger movement.
  • Movement of arms.
  • Movement of legs and body.
  • Movements combined.
  • Format Studies.
  • Workplace maps.
  • Case Study.

Fifth unit:
Workflow methods:

  • Models.
  • Sequential model.
  • Parallel model.
  • Combined module model. 

Factors controlling the flow of work:

  • Work factors.
  • Workload.
  • Volatility in the weight of the workload.
  • Partial loss.
  • Availability of tools and equipment, etc..
  • Workplace Area. 

Working factors:

  • Staff specialties.
  • Staff skills.
  • Time to absorb work.
  • Timing of entry into action.
  • Flexibility.
  • Regulation.
  • Employee interests and interests. 

Management factors and objectives:

  • The speed.
  • Economy in manpower, equipment and cost of units.
  • Quality.
  • Precision.
  • Consistency.
  • Appropriate
  • to the public.

unit VI:
Adjust and identify paperwork and forms:

  • Simplicity and homogeneity as objectives.
  • Controls for paperwork forms.
  • Objective direction.
  • The direction of the question.
  • Registration.
  • Analysis.
  • Standardization.
  • The definition.
  • Specifications.
  • Effective functional preservation of forms.
  • Administrative Group Forms.
  • Financial Group Forms.
  • Production group forms.
  • Material Collection Forms.
  • Maintenance Group Forms.
  • Digital preservation of forms.
  • Standardization of forms.
  • Size and shape.
  • Number of copies.
  • Weights and degrees.
  • Colors.
  • printing.
  • Mechanical properties.
  • Evaluation.
  • Reproduction.
  • Dates.
  • Development / Evaluation / Adjustment.
  • Analysis of forms.
  • Methods of writing.
  • Measures.
  • The design.
  • Copy.
  • Specify the path of forms.
  • Amounts.
  • Original and versions.
  • Case Study.

The seventh unit:
Human factors in streamlining work:

  • Refusing criticism.
  • Resistance to change.
  • Habit.
  • Dependency.
  • Vision.
  • Lack of sense of security.
  • backing down.
  • Strategies for change.
  • Unite to solve problems.
  • Appreciation.
  • Grouping work group efforts.
  • Organizational Guide.
  • Participation in management.
  • Participation in decision-making.

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