KPI in Manufacturing Operations Management

Pubblicato il 28/06/2017

KPI in Manufacturing Operations ManagementOM Team is sponsor of the ” KPI in Manufacturing Operations Management – Developing the ISO 22400 Standard and Industry 4.0 Standards ” that will be held next July 7 at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in which These topics will be discussed with Prof. Massimiliano M. Schiraldi – National UNI / Uninfo and Italian Delegate to the ISO for WorkGoup to work on ” KPI in Manufacturing Operations Management ” and “Smart Manufacturing Reference Model” and Ing . Francesco Minà – Executive Director of COE Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Platform, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

You can register HERE. The session opens at 09.15 and ends at 13.00.

The chance to count on a reliable performance measurement system is considered essential for any organization and, in particular, it is been argued that a company cannot never be so far from the implementation of a managerial approach that leverage on both a control over processes and the detection of their efficiency. Therefore, being part of Operational Excellence, a new standard ISO 22400 would play a key role for performance measurement and operations management, as it would offer a relevant and vital role concerning the world of multinational companies that, going beyond the sector in which they operate, level, intend to deal with the implementation of improvement activities and self-evaluate their level of efficiency.

Nowadays, we are witnessing a real industrial revolution, the so-called “Industry 4.0”, which through the spread of new technologies (digital and non-digital) is revolutionizing the mechanisms through which the various industrial sectors have historically created value. It is therefore necessary to define new standards related to the criteria of Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 in order to perfectly meet the manufacturing industry of the new generation as well as IT companies that develop software systems for this industry.

In a context characterized by great complexity, dynamism and competition, where possible day-to-day regulatory scenarios are continuously in discussion, it becomes crucial to be constantly aligned with such issues in order to give a significant contribution.