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The Cost of Rework Drives a Rethink of IT Processes Research firm yoke released data showing that 40-50 percent of the work IT performs falls in to the rework category, a huge tax on their ability to deliver new functionality.
It has reduced the cost of rework, resulting in a 93% decrease in deployment-related issues.
It's a little more difficult to capture the time spent re-working parts and re-testing them, but that can be done to find a cost of rework.
Whether a dedicated supervisor responsible only for rework, a floor supervisor who spends only some time in the area or a process engineer supervising temporary help for a given rework job, supervision of personnel is part of the effective cost of rework.
By eliminating the additional time and cost of rework and, just as important, the costs associated with constant and repetitive inspections, this type of quality has been proven to reduce costs.
What is the cost of rework and is it actually possible to determine what would need to be redone (what jobs to run, what documents to reenter).
The cost of rework is the cost from the previous day, the cost of the current day, plus the lost-opportunity costs of not running new product on the current day.
The report is accompanied by a Strategic Brief on the Cost of Rework Models for Agile and Non-Agile Projects, which provides economic models for evaluating software projects.