Interview the “major players” in the production team to determine what is currently being done, what works, what does not work, and ideas for change.
Tim spends time with each of the field staff and then the afternoon with the office based staff. The afternoon time allows Tim to learn the production concerns of the management and discuss changes that will help the company. The evening of the first day is spent in putting together a custom training package for the next day.
The second day is spent doing training tailored to the company based on the day one meetings. The training includes the recommendations and how to implement them, other insights into the company and topics that are agreed on in the managers meeting.
We went from 89 trips to lumber yard in December down to 39 trips in April, so next month the remodeling meeting will be a craft beer place with ribs and wings for our guys to reward them for better planning. Thanks again for your help! - Steve Mackensie, Production Manager
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