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Planning techniques and analysis methods. [Planning techniques and analysis methods]

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1 Planning techniques and analysis methods [planning techniques and analysis methods]

2 Time management Efficient work and time planning Efficient work and time planning can only be achieved if you really know where your time is! [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 2

3 Time management Personal time log 1.) Documentation 2.) Analysis time 6:30 7:10 Mon getting up, washing, getting dressed 7:10 7:30 breakfast Personal care supply 3.) Setting priorities 7:30 14:45 Lessons Driving to 14: 45 16:00 partner 16:00 17:00 sport on the way leisure 17:00 18:00 dinner television, 18:00 19:00 zapping [planning techniques and analysis methods] 3

4 Methods Pareto Principle Vilfredo Pareto found that around 20% of families own around 80% of the property. Size of human settlements: Many small villages with few inhabitants, but the majority of the people live in a few large cities. Values ​​in the warehouse of an industrial company: Lots of screws etc. that do not cost much, but few very expensive purchased items. Fellow human beings: 20% of fellow human beings cause 80% of problems, accidents, quarrels, mishaps, etc. Sums insured: 20% of the policyholders of an insurance policy cause 80% of the total amount of damage. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 4

5 methods ABC analysis according to the Eisenhower method Helpful for classification: What am I being paid for? What does the job description say? [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 5

6 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Procedure according to the ALPS method ALPS: Note down tasks Tasks Appointments Urgency Priority Time requirements 1.) Create a list with several columns for the tasks, appointments, urgency level, priority and time requirements. 2.) Then enter all the tasks that you want to complete in one week or those that have a fixed schedule. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 6

7 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Procedure according to the ALPS method ALPS: Determine the length of the tasks Tasks Dates Urgency Priority Time requirement 3.) Complete the table with the planned time requirements. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 7

8 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Procedure according to the ALPS method ALPS: Reserve buffer times Tasks Appointments Urgency Priority Time requirement 3.) Enter buffer times between tasks. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 8

9 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Procedure according to the ALPS method ALPS: Making decisions Tasks Deadlines Urgency Priority Time requirement 3.) Assign a priority with A, B, C, D to each task. 4.) Then number the tasks according to their urgency so that you can see the order in which they are to be completed. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 9

10 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Procedure according to the ALPS method ALPS: Carry out follow-up checks Tasks Dates Urgency Priority Time requirement 4.) Check after each previous day what has been done and whether your planning corresponds to reality. Correct if necessary. [Planning techniques and methods of analysis] 10

11 To-do list according to ALPS [planning techniques and analysis methods] 11

12 ABC Analysis and the Eisenhower Principle Tips for Practical Implementation Your performance is measured by how well you perform your A tasks and not how well you master C tasks! [Planning techniques and analysis methods] 12 11

13 Time wasters The telephone [planning techniques and analysis methods] 13

14 Ergonomics in the workplace [planning techniques and analysis methods] 14

15 Legal requirements Science of the optimization of working conditions, especially with regard to the avoidance of damage to health. Legal requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (ArbSchG) VDU work ordinance (ordinance on safety and health protection when working on VDUs, VDU) [planning techniques and analysis methods] 15

16 Ergonomics at the workplace Desk and space requirements [planning techniques and analysis methods] 16

17 Ergonomics in the workplace Arrangement of operating resources [planning techniques and analysis methods] 17

18 Ergonomics at the workplace Desk and space requirements [planning techniques and analysis methods] 18

19 Problem solving and decision making methods [planning techniques and analysis methods] 19

20 Forms and effects of operational problems DEVIATION Actual state Target state Hierarchical problems Elementary problems [methods of problem solving and decision-making] 20

21 The stages of problem solving [planning techniques and analysis methods] 21

22 Methods of Problem Solving and Decision Making If I had an hour to solve a problem that has a decisive impact on my life, I would analyze the problem for 40 minutes, try to solve the problem for 15 minutes and spend 5 minutes solving it. Albert Einstein [planning techniques and analysis methods] 22

23 Description of the state of strengths and weaknesses analysis [methods of problem solving and decision-making] 23

24 Task Target / actual analysis and further steps Your department works in three shifts. Lately there have been repeated problems with the shift handover: information is passed on incompletely or incorrectly. These problems also lead to delays in the production process in your master workshop. Your head of department wants to fix these problems in a problem-solving cycle. Create a table with 2 columns and 6 rows. Fill in the left side vertically with the following steps: actual state, target state, conceptual design, evaluation and decision, implementation, review. Complete the individual steps with the associated measures. [Problem solving and decision making methods] 24

25 Task Target analysis and further steps Current status Target status Concept draft Assessment and decision Realization Review Problems in the shift handover. Delays in the production process Problems must be resolved within the next four weeks. The information must be passed on in a factually correct manner. A template for a handover protocol is being prepared. Concepts are assessed and revised, if necessary. Training in handling the new handover protocols. The application is now mandatory test phase. Have the problems been resolved. There is still a need for optimization. [Problem solving and decision making methods] 25

26 Description of operational processes Flowchart [Problem-solving and decision-making methods] 26

27 Description of operational processes Flowchart [Problem-solving and decision-making methods] 27

28 Description of the state of SWOT analysis [methods of problem solving and decision-making] 28

29 Problem analysis models Ishikawa diagram Key question: What possible causes contributed to the problem? Method: Search for possible causes in up to seven areas beginning with the letter M: - Man - Machine - Material - Method - Environment / milieu - Measurement - Management [methods of problem solving and decision making] 29

30 Models of Problem Analysis Ishikawa Diagram [Problem Solving and Decision Making Methods] 30

31 Problem analysis models ABC analysis [problem solving and decision making methods] 31

32 Models of problem analysis utility analysis [planning techniques and analysis methods] 32

33 The 6-step method according to REFA 1) Set goals 2) Define the task 3) Search for the ideal solution 4) Collect data 5) Select the optimal solution 6) Introduce the solution [planning techniques and analysis methods] 33

34 Models of planning network technology [planning techniques and analysis methods] 34

35 models of planning network technique purchasing washing sugar halving mix normal relationship critical path [planning techniques and analysis methods] 35

36 Network plan technique Task 4: The project starts on the 4th day! Description Process Duration (in days) Predecessor A Construction 3 - B Request for quotation 2 D C Secure construction site 4 E D Set up construction site 5 A E Deliver material 6 A F Build hall 1 B, C, G G Acceptance 3 E [planning techniques and analysis methods] 36

37 Solution to exercise 4 Backward termination A D E B C F G normal relationship critical path [planning techniques and analysis methods] 37

38 Task 7: System setup No. Process Predecessor Duration Successor 1 Planning the project - 1 2,4 2 Procurement of the systems Setting up the systems Installing the network Setting up the network Structure of the systems 3, testing and improvement [planning techniques and analysis methods] 38

39 Solution to problem normal relationship critical path [planning techniques and analysis methods] 39

40 Task 8: Airport No. Procedure Predecessor Duration 1 Kick-Off Meeting Laying the cabling Laying the baggage carousel access Installing the lighting Installing the counter 2,3 8 6 Installing the sound system Installing the PC hardware Installing the luggage trolley Setting up the network Attaching the signs 8,9, Setting up the furniture Test phase and acceptance 6, 11 1 [Planning techniques and analysis methods] 40

41 Solution to problem normal relationship critical path [planning techniques and analysis methods] 41

42 Exercise 8 as a bar chart P P 3 4 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P 5 6 P P P P P P 7 P P 8 9 P P [planning techniques and analysis methods] 42

43 Task 9 Max Mader GmbH uses four different machines (machine A, B, C, D) to process your orders. Three orders (1, 2, 3) must be processed as quickly as possible. Processing sequence: Order 1 C-D-B-A Order 2 A-D-B-C Order 3 C-A-D-B Order 3 Order 2 Order [planning techniques and analysis methods] 43

44 Task 9 Task 3 C A A A A D B B B B Task 2 A D D D B B C Task 1 C D D B A A [planning techniques and analysis methods] 44

45 Exercise 11: Machine allocation plan The production process requires that the processing is adhered to in the order of machines 1 to 5. The working time is seven hours. It is only worked in the early shift. In order to avoid additional set-up times, orders may only be set up once on the respective machine. The delivery dates are binding. Use a bar diagram to show the machine occupancy in the system. Order 1 Order 2 Order 3 Order 4 Machine 1 2 hours 5 hours 2 hours 3 hours Machine 2 7 hours 2 hours 4 hours 1 hour Machine 3 6 hours 2 hours 3 hours 3 hours Machine 4 6 hours 1 hour 4 hours 3 hours Machine 5 4 hours 3 hours 2 hours 3 hours Delivery date: Friday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday 45

46 Solution to exercise 10

47 Solution to additional exercise ABC 47

48 Solution of additional task network plan