Astonishing statistics reveal that not much progress has been made in the world of manufacturing for the past twelve years. In fact, the opposite is true.
It is obvious to skilled managers and business leaders that reporting issues is a good thing - getting problems into the open allows them to be dealt with, preventing them from further damaging the organization.
Now consider the average factory worker who spends hours a day grinding on the shop-floor. Is he aware of your targets, projections and goals? Does she understand what your company hopes to achieve in the coming year?
By now you know that data is key to ensuring that your factory is running at top efficiency. But is it enough?