By Ray H. Garrison, Eric W. Noreen Peter C. Brewer
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The third step is to organize work arrangements around the flow of the business process. This is often accomplished by creating what is known as a manufacturing cell. The cellular approach takes employees and equipment from departments that were previously separated from one another and places them side-by-side in a work space called a cell. The equipment within the cell is aligned in a sequential manner that follows the steps of the business process. Each employee is trained to perform all the steps within his or her own manufacturing cell.
During the Improve stage potential solutions are developed, evaluated, and implemented to eliminate non-value-added activities and any other problems uncovered in the Analyze stage. Finally, the objective in the Control stage is to ensure that the problems remain fixed and that the new methods are improved over time. Managers must be very careful when attempting to translate Six Sigma improvements into financial benefits. There are only two ways to increase profits—decrease costs or increase sales.
Suppose employees accepted bribes from suppliers. Then contracts would tend to go to suppliers who pay the highest bribes rather than to the most competent suppliers. Would you like to fly in aircraft whose wings were made by the subcontractor who paid the highest bribe? Would you fly as often? What would happen to the airline industry if its safety record deteriorated due to shoddy workmanship on contracted parts and assemblies? Suppose the presidents of companies routinely lied in their annual reports and financial statements.
Introduction to Managerial Accounting, Fifth Edition by Ray H. Garrison, Eric W. Noreen Peter C. Brewer