Cycle Time Analysis Example: Processes with a Backlog of Work

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Described in the article below is a cycle time analysis example that addresses a process with the backlog of work.

Cycle Time Analysis Example: Processes with a Backlog of Work

In an improvement project targeting a reduction in process lead time, one typically faces transactions or items that spend a lot of time in queue waiting to be worked. Then, there are questions about the “Best” method to estimate the current capability.

Do you use the data from all the transaction that are in the queue in the estimate? If so, how do you use them? This technical resource shows you the pro’s and con’s with three typical analysis methods so that you will know what is the best method for your application.

Read and learn from the article in the link below how these quick and simple Minitab resources will do just that!

An Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) metric reporting system can also be used for a cycle time analysis and other process output needs.


Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) Metric Reporting

IEE Business Management System 30,000-foot-level metrics provides predictive analytics, as shown in the tradition of a red-yellow-green scorecard to 30,000-foot-level reporting.


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IEE addresses the business scorecard issues described in a 1-minute video


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IEE is described in the article


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