Bethany Christian - Gymnasium

Goshen

Process Planning

Improving operational inefficiencies by planning your building around your processes, not trying to fit your processes within a building framework.

Some examples of how process planning can improve your operational inefficiencies include:

  • One less time handling a product in a manufacturing process can save significant time and money
  • Understanding facility influences on bottlenecks to throughput
  • How office layout and technology can foster more efficient communication
  • Designing spaces to reduce staffing requirements

To learn more about how Process Planning might improve your business, call 574-533-1645 or email Enos Yoder or Pete Garber.