2018-11-30Welcome to your Test-Audit-copied-from-Kalpesh(new) Company (?) Select CompanyABBAkzoNobelArtesanAutolivÅlöDaimlerEltekFrankeGivaudanIdeal StandardITESMKlosterfrauLandis+GyrMercedes BenzNavicoNespressoNoricanNorsk GjenvinningNorthstarSandvikSanta CasaTechtronicTresuTrioplastWheelabratorWrist Add New Country Select CountryArgentinaAustraliaAustriaBelgiumBrazilCanadaChileChinaColombiaCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkEgyptEstoniaFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceHong KongHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIranIrelandIsraelItalyJapanLatviaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMaltaMexicoNetherlandsNew ZealandNorwayOTHER (not listed)ParaguayPolandPortugalQatarRomaniaRussiaSaudi ArabiaSouth KoreaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTaiwanThailandTurkeyUnited Arab EmiratesUnited KingdomUnited StatesUruguayVenezuela Industry Select IndustryA01 AgricultureA02 Forestry, FishingA03 Mining, QuarryingA04 PetroleumD01 Food, Beverages, TobaccoD02 Textiles, Clothing, LeatherD03 Wood, Wood ProductsD04 Publishing, Printing, MediaD05 Petroleum Products, Nuclear FuelD06 Chemicals, Chemical ProductsD07 Rubber, Plastic ProductsD08 Non-Metallic Mineral ProductsD10 Machinery, EquipmentD11 Electrical, Electronic EquipmentD12 Precision Instruments, MedicalD13 Automotive, Transport EquipmentD14 Other ManufacturingD15 Recycling, Waste ProcessingS01 Electricity, Gas, WaterS02 ConstructionS03 Wholesale, Retail TradeS04 Hotels, RestaurantsS05 Transport, Storage, CommunicationsS06 Finance, InsuranceS07 Business ServiceS08 Public Administration, DefenceS09 EducationS10 Health, Social ServicesS11 Community, Personal Service COSTING/E/Budgets: How are budgets defined? How well do managers and supervisors understand the cost structure? a) No solid budgets or low awareness; only few people can explain basic costs, such as hourly rates by cost center b) Budgets decided top-down; line managers understand cost structure and work with teams to resolve variances c) Budgets negotiated between management layers; team members clearly understand cost drivers and allocationsCOSTING/E/Control: How are costs controlled? How advanced is the costing system? a) Focus on head count and output quantity; managers consider indirect labor and overhead as fixed costs b) Major cost categories tracked against budget; overhead applied as factor of direct labor or output quantity c) Direct labor hours tracked by cost center; overhead allocated using fixed percentages by multiple cost driversCOSTING/E/Defects: How is non-quality accounted for? Consider non-performance cost (NPC) and cost of poor quality (COPQ). a) Defects and delays not accounted for b) Simple accounting of overtime and failures c) Resources allocated in the budget for overtime, failures, lost hours and accepted reworkEFFICIENCY/E/: How is efficiency measured and controlled? a) Indirect reporting, calculated from other metrics, such as revenue per person b) Labor time standards defined for main activities, first efficiency charts established c) Efficiency measured against standards in key areas; run charts show trend over several monthsEFFICIENCY/E/Waste: What do most employees (80%) understand about value and waste? How well is waste identified and reduced? a) Little understanding of value and waste; most people are not able to identify the eight wastes (8W) in their area b) Concept of value and waste is broadly understood; most people have organized their area to reduce searching c) Waste analysis completed and projects started to tackle obvious wastes: wait, transport, error, double handlingPlease fill in the comment box below. Questions must be answered in one session. If you lose Internet connection or need a break, do not close your browser; just resume when you are ready.Please wait while we process your inputs and calculate the result.