Webinar: 'Comprehend: Part Management Strategy'

Target group
  • Decision makers
  • Causes and effects of increasing part proliferation
  • Potential benefits of part management
  • General approaches and best practices
  • Method to develop a part management strategy

In order to maintain control over part proliferation, you have been wasting a lot of time on part search in your company - with only little results?

You will learn in this seminar, how to develop a step-by-step-strategy for your part and complexity management within just two weeks which will help you to reach your company goals guaranteed. We will take you on an one-hour long tour through many years of project experience in part management. We will show you typical perils, obstacles and pitfalls and how you can overcome them. Follow the motto "First the strategy - then the tool" and you will lay down the foundation of your project success with the know-how received during this webinar.




upcoming dates of this webinar:  
Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at 09:30am CSET (Webinar German)


Thursday, July 14th 2016, at 02:00pm CEST (Webinar English)



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These burning questions will be answered:     Further items covered by the webinar:  
  • Why the simple introduction of a tool without an agreed strategy and organizational changes or processes will not reach your goals.
  • How can you involve design department, purchasing, production, logistics and service successfully and dissolve their usual opposing opinions and goals?
  • How can you trace visible symptoms of increasing part proliferation back to their roots?
  • How to define your goals, decisive figures, target values and a realistic degree of goal achievement?
  • How to turn the measures removing the proliferation causes into a consistent and successful strategy?
  • How can you estimate the costs and benefits of your strategy?
  • How you recognize measures that build on each other in order to implement your strategy step-by-step?
  • How you can plan work-processes to implement your strategy, to document and to derive a requirement specifications for tool introduction from it.
  • Illustration of causes and effects of increasing part proliferation.
  • Introduction of best practices from finished part management projects.
  • Final discussion / Q&A, e.g. "How do I start a part management project in my company and how can I estimate required time, capacities and budgets?".