Automotive

We understand the key questions – we provide the answers.

 

How to innovate in an industry that has a long development cycle time?
 

 


In an industry where everyone is squeezed under cost pressured, what can really make a difference?
 

 


How to relentlessly push cost down while ensuring the appeal of an outstanding performing product?

 


Adopting a different way to address challenges generates breakthrough results.

Goldratt Consulting robust TOC methodologies and IT tools, implemented by business leaders with wide industry experience, provides what you need, focusing on your key constraints.

  • Accelerating new product development cycle by applying TOC CCPM project management methodology – increasing flow of projects and reducing iterations.
  • Generate differentiating products by applying value driven innovation process on the product and engineering level.
  • Breaking the silos in the chain between OEMand dealers, between Vendor and OEMs to increase responsiveness and flexibility.
  • Reducing lead times and surplus inventory, while increasing the ability to provide a wide range of options downstream. 

 

A Recent Showcase of Our Work 

Mazda Motor Corp. a US23$B automotive company, with 40,000 employees, produce and sell almost 1.3 million cars per year worldwide. It aims to preserve the high performance sporty look and feel of any car produced.

  • Development project duration  cut by 50%. 
  • All projects delivered with full scope on time.
  • After 4 consecutive years in the "red", the company went to "black".

"First of all, when you see complexity, make it simple. If we can define our ideal state, we can discover what we need to do. We do not have to doubt what we do. I believe that doubt and worry are causing multi-tasking… There is no limit to technology breakthrough, nor is there a limit for operational breakthrough." Mitsuo Hitomi - Executive Officer Power Train Development Division Mazda Motor Corporation

 
Technology breakthrough by CCPM presented in TOC summit 2014 Dec 18 
Mitsuo Hitomi, Mazda Motor Corporation.