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SIC Methodology
www.optimumfx.com
What is SIC? A little story…
Aiming for a target
• Sailing with the island as the target
• This journey would normally tak...
Checking performance once the 4 day period has
passed
• Captain checks location after 4 days
• Necessary corrections are m...
Checking performance after each day
• Captain checks location after each day
• Necessary corrections are made daily
Partia...
Checking performance continuously
• Captain checks location every half an hour
• Necessary corrections are made continuous...
What are the key goals of SIC?
• Short Interval Control (SIC) is:
 a structured process for identifying and acting on opp...
By using SIC problems can be identified and
action taken before they become big problems
• Frequent measurement prevents s...
SIC is controlling process X´s (inputs) in order to
control Y’s (output)
OutputsInputs
Process
X1
X2
X3
X4
Y1
Y2
Y3
Custom...
The key principles of SIC
1. Review achieved results
2. Plan next activities
3. Implement planned actions
Last
SIC
Now
Nex...
The key benefits of implementing SIC
• Increased OEE (by focusing on immediate and relevant losses within the
shift)
• Inc...
The key steps to implement SIC on site
Identify target
measurement
unit
Verify data
accuracy &
quality
Create
tracking
pro...
Manual vs. Automatic Data Collection
Manual
Low cost required
Quick implementation time
Quick visual results between
data ...
How does SIC fit into the management routines
process?
SIC
SIC
SIC SIC
24H Review
Weekly Strategic
Meeting
Shift Handover ...
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SIC (Short Interval Control) Methodology

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The key benefits of implementing SIC:
* Increased OEE (by focusing on immediate and relevant losses within the shift)
* Increased effectiveness (by utilizing high-quality data at its source to drive decision making)
* High speed of improvement (localized focus increases the speed of improvements)
* Improved employee engagement (teams gain significant control over how the line is run)



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SIC (Short Interval Control) Methodology

  1. 1. SIC Methodology www.optimumfx.com
  2. 2. What is SIC? A little story… Aiming for a target • Sailing with the island as the target • This journey would normally take 4 days
  3. 3. Checking performance once the 4 day period has passed • Captain checks location after 4 days • Necessary corrections are made Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4Day-5&6 (lost)
  4. 4. Checking performance after each day • Captain checks location after each day • Necessary corrections are made daily Partially day-5 (lost) Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
  5. 5. Checking performance continuously • Captain checks location every half an hour • Necessary corrections are made continuously On time Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
  6. 6. What are the key goals of SIC? • Short Interval Control (SIC) is:  a structured process for identifying and acting on opportunities to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of production  a factory-floor process that engages team members to review performance data on a regular basis to focus their efforts to improve performance
  7. 7. By using SIC problems can be identified and action taken before they become big problems • Frequent measurement prevents small problems from becoming big ones. Sizeofproblem Measurement Interval Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 As in the case of sail boat (see below x-axis), SIC is a tool of reacting timely to avoid problems becoming big problems…effectively controlling the process inputs in order to avoid problems all together (next slide)
  8. 8. SIC is controlling process X´s (inputs) in order to control Y’s (output) OutputsInputs Process X1 X2 X3 X4 Y1 Y2 Y3 Customer Yield/scrap Overtime Measuring the process metrics (leading) rather than the Ys (lagging) in SIC gives the opportunity to ACT instead of REACT!! e.g. number of customer calls received e.g. % of calls resolved on phone 1. Customer Satisfaction 2. Costs of customer service
  9. 9. The key principles of SIC 1. Review achieved results 2. Plan next activities 3. Implement planned actions Last SIC Now Next SIC 1. Look Back Review previous losses Assess previous actions 2. Look Forward Identify next risks Decide next actions 3. Implement Actions Maximise production
  10. 10. The key benefits of implementing SIC • Increased OEE (by focusing on immediate and relevant losses within the shift) • Increased effectiveness (by utilizing high-quality data at its source to drive decision making) • High speed of improvement (localized focus increases the speed of improvements) • Improved employee engagement (teams gain significant control over how the line is run)
  11. 11. The key steps to implement SIC on site Identify target measurement unit Verify data accuracy & quality Create tracking process & define optimal control frequency Train team and structure review meetings Sustain progress through audits
  12. 12. Manual vs. Automatic Data Collection Manual Low cost required Quick implementation time Quick visual results between data collection and performance improvement Automatic Accuracy of data collection Small stops and slow cycle tracking Less movements and paperwork Real-time data and quick reaction
  13. 13. How does SIC fit into the management routines process? SIC SIC SIC SIC 24H Review Weekly Strategic Meeting Shift Handover Shift Handover Shift Handover

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