I like having machines (and any system) that has a predictable input and output. Dishwashers are the machines that have thus far not given me dependable results. I know that a laundry machine will not scrub collars; and it lives to that performance standard every time. I am working researching how to get consistent value from my dishwasher – this is a review of the process.
Please note that the audio level is lower – I am working on a way to standardize it going forward.
- Effectiveness as defined by the ISO-9000 (extent to which planed activities/results are achieved to the planned level)
- Baseline of a dishwasher as an energy inefficient rinsing machine
- Inconsistent washing of dishes based on positioning and level of soaking
- Inability to keep dishes stacked for the whole day
– Consistent quality and results that presents MVP value to justify the wait and cost
– Disruption caused by fluctuations and unplanned cost of corrections to meet minimum expectations
– Establishment/standardization of pre-work that can get the inputs to a level that can assure the desired outputs and justify the costs (delay, value-add, time savings)