Mastering production management

Effective management strategies are a key element of production management.

Six Sigma Method

This method is a methodical, statistics-based approach designed to optimize process and product quality by reducing variability and defects.

Kanban method

Originating in Japan, this method is a visual work management tool designed to enhance team efficiency, transparency and productivity.

Using ERP

The aim of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is to consolidate and unify a company’s various processes and data within an integrated, harmonized system.

Optimize your product data

There are many options for optimizing your product data. Choosing GOALAND is the best decision if you’re looking to manage a variety of complex situations while benefiting from unlimited possibilities, such as :

  1. High-quality data governance to ensure security and compliance
  2. Precise digital asset management to optimize the value of these resources
  3. Access management for different profiles to reduce the risk of insider threats.
  4. Regulatory compliance to simplify compliance with data protection laws and standards.
  5. Organization and classification to classify digital assets such as images, videos and documents.

Supply chain

A supply chain comprises multiple stages, from demand planning to inventory management and product recycling. Cooperation and communication between the various players in this chain are crucial to ensure a smooth and efficient flow of products to end customers.

Quality control and assurance: tools


SPC, or Statistical Process Control, is a special approach to quality control. It relies on statistical tools to monitor the performance of production processes in real time, in order to control and limit their variability.


FMEA is an approach used in the quality assurance and control sector. It is used to identify possible failure modes in a process or product, assess their consequences, and adopt preventive measures to anticipate them.


RCA is widely used in the field of quality assurance and control. Its aim is to detect the root causes of a problem or non-conformity, so that effective corrective measures can be put in place to resolve them.

Kaizen, which means “positive change” or “continuous improvement” in Japanese, is a systematic, participatory method for continuously improving processes. Its principle is based on the idea that successive small improvements can lead to significant gains in productivity, quality and overall efficiency.

Project management

PERT method for deadline analysis

The PERT method is an effective strategy for examining and managing project deadlines, taking uncertainties into account and focusing on optimizing resources to meet planned deadlines.

Gantt chart for visualizing tasks

The Gantt chart is an effective tool for visualizing and managing tasks within a project. It provides an overview of the planning, duration and progress of different activities.

Just-in-time to minimize inventory

Just-in-time aims to minimize inventory by reducing the waste associated with surplus stock, such as excessive storage, obsolescence risks and carrying costs.