Sample Video: Scheduling as a Continuous Process

This is going to be a short lesson with a couple of key points:

  • Scheduling is a continuous process: In this lesson, we compare scheduling to the process of the conveyer belt with the Package of work that the schedule needs to fill.

Looking at the scheduling like this will help you to understand how the continuous development of the first weekly schedule works and how it is combined with the developing of the draft schedule for future weeks

  • Scheduling process can only work when the maintenance planner and maintenance supervisor play their parts in the process. I use the conveyed belt analogy to make it very clear.

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