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Updated: 7 days ago

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Updated: Jan 9 shares in this post ideas on how you can improve your processes ➟

From experience its noticeable that the “supporting” elements are very regularly overlooked within processes and unfortunately this drives process failures. Reference here is to all elements that assist in deploying the process; "accessories" & "cheat sheet's would be examples of this.

E.g. When setting up "scanning" the scanner & bar-codes are typically very much tested out. But the equipment that facilitates the usage such as holsters, pulleys, spare battery-packs, etc - all what makes the scanner usable outside of the testing rooms - are often "left out" while they where not needed within the testing room...

Important is to realize that these elements can make or break the process. Think down the lines of a "Far-west" scene... without a holster "Billy the Kid" would need to go look for his... same can be said about warehouse operations where small facilitating elements can have large impacts on the perforance.

There is also a huge push towards that a "single" solution/tool should be able to be used in many situations. Now this again will reinforce the need to think about the supporting elements. E.g an (RF) scanner should be able to be a "scanner, but also a computer, a camera, a phone, .... So suppliers are moving to these "multi-functionals", but you might be able to type on it, but when this becomes intensive then a keyboard accessory might need to be reviewed.

For your convenience we have compiled a starting list of elements that are often “forgotten”:

✅ Scanning => accessories such as holsters, spare battery-packs & "cheat-codes"

✅Equipment => labeling with the “names” / “numbers” think down the lines of Hardware e.g. printers, scanners or even forklifts

✅ Lifting or other manipulation devices => hooks, bands and other tools

✅ Process => training summaries &/ "cheat-sheets"

✅ Storage => capacity diagrams & purpose

Feel free to add more elements that you have had overlooked within change projects!

☞ So next time when implementing a new process or technology make sure to brainstorm all the needs of the different users & situations.

⭐⭐ Note that testing out a process "within" the action or by "simulating" the processing should help in detecting these loop-holes.

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Updated: 7 days ago shares in this post ideas on how you can improve your processes ➟

Within a warehouse operation - due to its nature often a very complex environment - communication is typically very chaotic and a lot of information is either not send, not received or not properly acted upon. In this post we give some guidelines & pointers on how this "chaos" can be "structured".

A tool that is recommended here is the use of a "collaborative communication platform" e.g. “MS SharePoint”.

Pro’s are

1️⃣ 1 single platform where all your journeys can start; whether it is a link towards other programs, to documents or even apps outside or within the platform itself.

➟ This allows you to guide your (communication) processes.

2️⃣ Updates, Tools or even "apps" themselves can be done/created within minutes.

➟ Full empowerment of the business while you can generate your own "communication" solutions.

3️⃣ Easy Integration ; meaning other information (folders, files etc) can be made available easily. Not to name the likes of OneNote etc; which get really empowered by these tools.

➟ The tools work kind of as a sticky glue between your different solutions; making the total work better.

4️⃣ The information entering can be easily organized with forms (to structure), drop-downs & data validation.

➟ Increase quality & velocity drastically.

5️⃣ Flows can be easily setup. Meaning you can set up flows such as notifications, approval, etc; while you can master the structure you immediately also structure the processes & communication.

➟ So you are able to get Governance in play.

6️⃣ Reports can be easily generated. Meaning you can set up flows such as notifications, approval, etc.

➟ So you are able to get an Overview without much effort.

Additionally there are the cooperation possibilities; its an ideal platform to link with outside of project members & only allowing access to what is needed.

⭐ The biggest benefit is actually maybe that no mention of "IT" was made. Meaning that leveraging the huge "standard" functionalities can just be done with some basic training... this empowers the teams to find solutions... without large budgets, timelines, ... let alone small modifications are just done in a whim.

⭐⭐ When you have someone needing to a job (new or just occasionally filling in) it will be 10x easier while they are empowered by the platform. Example: there is a link that is regularly needed. Instead of each time sharing this with every person that needs it (including sending it over & over while they forgot about it); the tools enable you to place them centrally - always available when needed-.

⭐⭐⭐ Also there is a huge increase in quality! This is in the loss of less information, have more action upon an event, etc.

E.g. these tools can easily be used to set up "reporting" or "ticketing" tools

And many more...

Now what is very noticeable is that many operations that have taken the step towards setting up such a platform are not harvesting from their investment. Important there as many operations struggle to roll this out properly is to focus on the user & let the users be empowered. Best practice here is to have first of all a true "vision" on the roll-out & secondly have in each team a “power-user” ie "a go to" that keeps the system clean, leverage improvement ideas, trains his pears, advocates the use, etc

☞ Overall you will see that - when rolled out successfully - the platform not only increases efficiency, drives more transparency & above all boosts the quality within the processes.

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