A DEFINITION of productivity, are quality and productivity mutually incompatible ?

"In Economics, productivity is the relation between the product and the factors of production (amount of energy, working hours, etc.)

The notion of productivity reaches three levels:
- economic
- human
- technical


Productivity is the result of two consideration types:

- On output, relating to the question about energy (how have I worked?)
- On efficiency, relating to the question about intelligence (what have I done?) "

Are quality and productivity mutually incompatible ?

Quality is integrated in our missions, be it in engineering / development, at order placement or in production.

On a development and marketing level, our concept of being "good from the start" is an important quality to us and a part of any work we carry out.

On a starting out level, the SMED method measures start up time between the last good unit of the previous batch and the first good unit of the following batch.

On a manufacturing level, a productivity indicator, the OEE (definition available on this website) integrates the "good" units: quality becomes a day to day part of the result!

Now, should we produce BEFORE or AFTER being certified ISO (9000) or TS?
- We have clients who are in both situations, certified or non-certified.
- Our methods include and respect granted certifications and develop the points that have been left by the wayside.
- We have consultants who can lead you to ISO quality certification.

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