Friday, 21 December 2018

What is Benchmarking for process?

A benchmarking is a process to identify "best practices" against the two products. The production process until the product is deliver. Benchmarking provides the insights need to assist management in understanding the process and its products either by way of comparing. It to a similar Industry or with different industries. The benchmarking in the Indonesia language often refer to as Benchmarks or benchmark.

The main aim of Benchmarking is to understand and evaluate the process or product is currently so find a way or a "best practices" to improve the process as well as product quality. Benchmarking can be complete for production process, product, service or system within an organization.

Stages of The Process Of Benchmarking

Process Benchmarking is a process by which look out (other products, other organizations, other systems) to find out how other people reach the level of their performance and understand the work process that they use. Thus, the Benchmarking can explain what's going on behind the performance of either the process or the product comparison. If apply correctly, Benchmarking can help an organization in improving the performance of the organization or of the production process.

There are 4 phases are important in applying Benchmarking:

  1. To understand in detail, the production process or product at this time.

  2. Analyzing the process of production or other products that are performing well.

  3. Comparing the production process or the product with its own production process or product that performs well.

  4. Implement the improvement measures require to approach the production process or product that performs well.

In the description, benchmarking Methodology consisting of 12 stages, namely:

  1. Choose A Subject

  2. Determine The Process

  3. Identify potential Partners for comparison

  4. Identify data sources

  5. Collect data and select partners to compare

  6. Define the gap

  7. Establish process differences

  8. Performance targets are expect.

  9. Do Communications

  10. Adjustment of Goals

  11. Apply

  12. Review and adjustment reset

Types of Benchmarking

Benchmarking can be complete internally that compares the performance of some groups or teams within your organization. Or externally that compares the performance of an organization with other organizations or between industries. The benchmarking can be differentiate into several types, among which are:

  • Strategic Benchmarking, i.e. Bench-marking who observe how another person or organization outperform the competition.

  • Process Bench-marking, i.e. Bench-marking that compares the work processes.

  • Functional Bench-marking, i.e. comparison that does Bench-marking on specific work to improve Functional on the operational functional.

  • Performance Benchmarking, i.e. Benchmarking that compares the performance of products or services.

  • Product Benchmarking, i.e. Benchmarking that compares competing product with the product itself to reconnoiter the strength (Strength) and weakness (Weakness) of the product.

  • Financial Benchmarking, i.e. Benchmarking that compares the financial strength to know power competitiveness.

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