Rework is a big problem for public finance officers – it ranked as the third largest source of wasted time in a poll conducted by GFOA.
The immediate cause of rework is “defects.” A defect happens when incorrect or incomplete work is sent to the next step in the process or to the customer. The goal should be to perform work correctly the first time. This can be achieved by designing and controlling processes to deliver work that is free from defect, thereby eliminating rework.
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How do I eliminate rework?
Rework: Doing Double for Nothing and How to Fix it
Rework is when you have to do a task over again because it was not done right the first time. This could add up to double the time needed to complete a task! Rework is a big problem for public finance officers.
Rework is when you have to do a task over again because it was not done right the first time. This checklist describes proven techniques to prevent rework as much as possible. Pick a work process where you the amount of work really annoys you and then compare how you are doing work now to this checklist.