At a Tier 2 automotive supplier, which predominantly  manufactures products required by customers, potential for improvement regarding unnecessary product and process complexities was to be identified and options for action to be derived. In this context, a gap analysis of the existing and the future business complexity required based on the positioning and the growth strategy was carried out for all relevant areas.

Objective

Objective

  • Definition and prioritization of possible measures for improvement incl. estimation of potentials for cost reduction

Approach

Approach

  • Analysis of relevant exogenic and endogenic complexity drivers to ensure a purposeful project focus
  • Analysis of the market-given and current complexity of the product and service portfolio and the global value chains
  • Concept development for future options for measures for improvement

Results

Results

  • Description of the complexity status for all investigated areas
  • Identification of areas for improvement incl. potentials for cost reduction
  • Detailed concept for future measures for improvement

Contact

Stephan Schittny, Ph.D.
+49 241 51031 0

stephan.schittny@schuh-group.com


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