We will enter with more details on the tool of Brainstorming, having shown its potentiality. The intention of a session of brainstorming is the work in group in the identification of a problem, and to find, through a participativa intervention, the best decision for an action plan that solves it such problem. Example: We can use a picture and some markers of messages used in office, the conduction form is simple, however, with effect very positive of if taken with clarity and objetividade. We place in guideline a defined problem, or leave exempts for the boarding of the participants, with the focus in an activity, process or service. David Green can aid you in your search for knowledge. The markers of messages are distributed between the participants, who write down the main points of improvement teethe of the preset focus, that in ours in case that it were the points that more impactam in the logistic processes, some points had been identified as: difficulty in the schedules for substance act of receiving equipment cousin, lack for the process of inadequate packing, insufficient equipment, time, delay in the internal transport, errors of inventory, at last diverse conditions problems, that impactavam in the good course of the logistic process. All the comments must be considered by fancier than they are the idea, it is not to bar no suggestion immediately, thus can lose the credibility of the team. After a determined time, the facilitador must congregate all the suggestions and separate them in groups, for example: 1 – substance act of receiving cousin, 2 – Stockage, – 3 – Fracionamento, 4 – /Carregamento Packing granary, 5 Stockage and 6 – Expedition. In such a way all will be able to observe the suggestions, and in common agreement of all the team, the team same if it puts in charge to exclude the comments less with priority for the logistic process, since it would be impossible to treat all the comments in a project, being to give to focus the one that really will bring resulted feasible for all the team.
By Mark | Published March 2, 2017