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Published by:
Darden Business Publishing (2017)
Version:
2 March 2018
Revision date:
16-Mar-2018
Length:
16 pages
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Abstract

Anna Pessah, process engineer at Summit Funding (Summit), a mortgage-loan-processing company, is reflecting back on her year at the company. Pessah had been hired to improve operations at the firm-to make the core operations cheaper, faster, and of a higher quality. She had addressed two key operations: loan closings and verifications of employment (VOE). Her next tasks involved improvements at the 28 branches and reaction to a corporate-wide improvement program entitled 'Project Ninja.' Pessah had implemented a system called 'pods,' similar to manufacturing cells, in order to address loan closings. Data is given for the student to analyze the implications of this approach and suggest alternatives. Data is also given for analyzing the VOE process and deriving an approach to the branch productivity problem. Finally, the Project Ninja memo is given, and students are asked to evaluate this initiative.

Topics

Lean; Service operations; Finance; Video; Operations management; Operations analysis; Quality management & improvement

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