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By: Nina Nixon | January 02, 2020

Manufacturing that strives to be lean, wins.  


The soft benefits of lean manufacturing aren’t always immediately noticed. That's because these types of positive rewards don't necessarily increase revenue budget or reduce expense budget upfront. While it may be true that hard benefits are easier to quantify, soft benefits count too and are often just as long or even longer-lasting.  Learn how to calculate soft benefits, and then propel your lean manufacturing goals for obtaining the most efficient business operations.  

 

1. Calculate the soft benefit of cost avoidance in over hiring and paying in excess overtime.

 

Determine the estimated cost of human resources if you didn’t automate manual processes or continually improve them. Compare the be...