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ASEA Program 2014 - current

 

 

 

ASEA Program Brochure

 

ASEA provides access to qualified, highly experienced business coaches and customised solutions for each client. Results to date from working with over 120 companies illustrates ASEA’s excellent track record of delivery if business improvements.

 

ASEA’s tailored approach to business improvement ensures companies finish their projects with the knowledge in place to continue their improvement journey. 

 

 

 

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ASEA Program 2010-2013
 
  ASEA Program Brochure

Based on a set of national and international benchmarks, an in-depth company wide assessment is conducted by a specialist review team drawn from a wide range of industry experts. The assessment tool was developed using global best practice principles and with the help of the Australian National University. The ASEA assessment provides companies with an understanding of their current performance when compared to these benchmarks.

The outputs from the assessment are threefold including a comprehensive report showing the company performance as measured across 52 metrics and eleven core areas of competency, an improvement plan, and a two year progress map.

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ASEA Program 2007 - 2009
 
  ASEA Stage 1 : Highlights

Australia has more than two hundred specialist automotive component suppliers, with expertise in a
wide range of technologies and materials.

For our supply base to thrive in the global marketing environment, it is imperative that we develop
world-class capabilities that are in step with the needs of motor vehicle producer (MVP) customers,
both locally and internationally.

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  Introducing ASEA

Australia has a diverse and developing automotive industry, which includes four motor vehicle producers and over two hundred specialist component suppliers, with expertise in a wide range of technologies and materials. Automotive Supplier Excellence Australia (ASEA) is a collaborative initiative involving government, all four Australian motor vehicle producers and the Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers. The Co-operative Research Centre for Advanced Automotive Technology (AutoCRC) is acting as facilitator and project manager.

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  ASEA Stage 1 : Supplier Summary

Australia has a diverse and developing automotive industry, which includes four motor vehicle producers and over two hundred specialist component suppliers, with expertise in a wide range of technologies and materials. Automotive Supplier Excellence Australia (ASEA) is a collaborative initiative involving government, all four Australian motor vehicle producers and the Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers. The Co-operative Research Centre for Advanced Automotive Technology (AutoCRC) is acting as facilitator and project manager.

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  ASEA Stage 2 : Supplier Evaluation & International Benchmarking

Stage 1 of the Program used a comprehensive industry survey and consultation program to determine which organisations should be benchmarked, and what they should be benchmarked against.
Stage 2 of the program will provide participating suppliers with:
• Access to a specialist review team, drawing from a wide range of industry experts
• An understanding of their current performance with respect to national and international benchmarks
• A detailed improvement plan for achieving world class competency and sustainability
Stage 3 of the Program will assist suppliers in implementing some of the actions identified through the
Stage 2 process.

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  ASEA Stage 2 Report : Australian Automotive Supplier Performance

Automotive Supplier Excellence Australia ASEA is a national program supported by all Australian
Motor Vehicle Producers (MVPs) – Ford, GM Holden, Toyota and (until recently) Mitsubishi - both the Victorian and South Australian Governments, the Federation for Automotive Products Manufacturers (FAPM) and the Commonwealth Government, through the Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced Automotive Technology (AutoCRC). The AutoCRC manages and facilitates the ASEA program, under the guidance of a Steering Committee, which includes MVP, supplier and government representatives.

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  ASEA Stage 3 Pilot: Improvement Plan Implementation

In order to develop a rigorous assessment methodology specifically targeted at assessing the competency of Australian suppliers, it was first necessary to ascertain what makes a supplier world-class.

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