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The first thing you need to do is save a copy of this document, either onto your computer or a USB drive
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Please note that this Assessment document has 11 pages and is made up of 3 Sections.
Name: Fay Brotherston
Section 1: A lean environment [LO1]
This section will help you to evidence Learning Outcome 1: Understand the concept of a …show more content…
Therefore the benefits of lean helps the organisation both in terms of prices and effectiveness of the services offered. It enables the organisation to win more business and grow at a rapid pace
Now that you have completed Section 1 of your Assessment, remember to save the work you have done so far – you will need to send your work to your tutor for marking once you have completed all 3 sections of this Assessment.
Section 2: Implementing the productivity needs analysis process [LO2]
This section will help you to evidence Learning Outcome 2: Be able to implement the productivity needs analysis process.
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2.1 Describe the process for conducting a productivity needs analysis.
Question 1 Page 5, 6
2.2 Undertake a productivity needs analysis in a selected organisation
Question 2 Page 6, 7, 8
1. Describe the process for conducting a productivity needs analysis (PNA). Use the boxes below to complete your answer. [2.1]
What is the purpose of the PNA?
The starting point of any lean organisational journey should be implementing a productivity needs analysis. This is an essential tool in measuring where the organisation is compared to where the organisation wants to be. Most organisations follow a step of measures within their business known as key performance indicators. Product needs analysis. They