"Pulse" used in development projects ensures delivery and quality
Since 2005, Leine & Linde has been working according to a special model for multiple project management based on a Lean approach. For customers, this model means that projects are delivered according to specification and at the agreed time. This project method also results in increased security and greater understanding of the customer's development project.
"Our customers are constantly launching new products and solutions. Their development obviously requires us at Leine & Linde to keep pace and to produce new product platforms and to modify our pulse encoders," explains Ulf Thorsander, development manager at Leine & Linde.
"In order to produce the best development project for any one customer, we use Pulse, a project model with tools for obtaining effective product development that is popularly known as 'Lean Product Development'."
Stimulates commitment and responsibility
"Pulse is a tool for optimising resources and creating an optimal, parallel flow of the efforts required by a development project. Systematically prioritising the right things at the right time has allowed us to reduce the number of disruptions in the projects to an absolute minimum.
Pulse makes it easier to run several projects in parallel. In addition, the model is designed in such a way that individual employees have a greater sense of responsibility and increased awareness.
From the customer's point of view, perhaps the biggest change resulting from Pulse is the ability to get a real insight into every stage of developmental work, from the concept to the finished product. The Pulse model has proved extremely popular with both our customers and our employees. Some customers have even begun using the same project model themselves, for example Atlas Copco and MYDATA," concludes Ulf Thorsander.
Would you like to find out more about how Leine & Linde's research department works using Pulse, or what this can mean for you as a customer? Contact our marketing manager Håkan Eriksson on tel. no. +46 (0)152-265 75.