"If you don't go forwards, you go backwards. There is always something to improve!" As Peter Müller likes to say. Thereby he hits the nail right on the head. Therefore a further analysis was carried out with the involvement of SCHULER some time after the implementation of the measures agreed in the workshop.
The assembly system was once more examined with regard to improvement potential and the employees could give a feedback on the experiences they made with the new system. This time minor improvement suggestions were discussed, elaborated and promptly implemented.
And because theory is always second-best to practice, a fine tuning always makes sense. Only at or after the implementation of ideas the small crucial points become apparent which have to be tackled!
Their optimization is profitable.