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How to calculate Blended Productivity?
For example: I have three types of processes A, B & C. The processors will process the different work types based on the volume inflow. I have to derive at a blended target for the processors. Please help me understand how to calculate Blended Productivity, is there any calculation involved on that?
A,B & C is Process type and X,Y, and Z is processor.
Total Production
A - B - C
X 44 - 40 - 37
Y 58 - 72 - 45
Z 16 - 35 - 29
Total Time Taken(in hours)
A - B - C -
X - 7.46 - 4.01 - 1.53 -
Y - 11.46 - 9.34 - 3.35 -
Z - 3.35 - 4.52 - 3.01 -
How to identify the productivity on A,B,C & D.
Is there any formula to calculate the Blended Productivity..Request your help to understand the concept in detail

From India, Chennai
Hi Sir,
Productivity calculation will vary based on the process. If you could tell me what type of process it would be helpfull suggest the right calculation.
Generally Productivity is calcuated based on
Productivity = No. of Items Processed / Total target Items (day or week or month)
If you have any criteria Time bound
Productivity = No. of Items Processed or Completed within the target time DIVIDED by Total no. of Items Processed
(or)
Productivity = No.of items completed with in the assigned time / target items
If you have any criteria related to Customer Quality Review
Productivity = No. of Items Processed & Accepted by Customer DIVIDED by Total no. of Items Processed
Still If you need any clarification please mail me
Regards
S.Baskaran

From India , Madras
Hi Baskaran,
Thank you for your response. Still I am not clear, can you do a rough calculation with the above data. We are doing weighted average to calculate the blended RE for the processors.
Productivity of A is 5, B is 7 and C is 12 then the blended Productivity/RE = 5 * 40% + 7 * 30% + 12 * 30% = 7.70 is the productivity. please review and let us know your view on this.
% is the volume inflow of the process or the total processed by the processor.
Regards,
Rajasekaran

From India, Chennai
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