Teams are forced to shift into high gear when faced with an unorganized array of model parts and are tasked with building a variety of ‘snap-together' concept cars in an incredible amount of time. Workflow optimization is the key to success. Creating incredibly efficient assembly lines with the goal of shaving seconds off each subsequent build is the task assigned to teams. When teams learn that every car has a unique style and set of bolt-on extras, the stakes are much higher.

In this setting of intense pressure, quality is paramount. Whether you're customizing a sedan or a sport utility vehicle, the end result needs to meet the high expectations of discriminating against consumers without fail. Although speed is highly appreciated, there is little room for error. The rivalry can get more intense when teams make even small blunders that send them sliding down the scoreboard.

As the learning curve rises and every phase is carefully examined, the focus moves from individual team accomplishments to the cooperative exchange of optimal practices. The ultimate objective is to reach the fastest possible aggregate production time. The final group timings represent the conclusion of this effort and are carefully compared to previous participants' “best ever” outcomes.

One carefully put together part at a time, teams are shaping their own success stories in this captivating challenge instead of merely producing cars.


Within an interesting and useful framework, teams in Need 4 Speed explore, practice, and understand best practices and process improvements. Need 4 Speed shows the route to improved processes by using standardized techniques and having everyone on the team take ownership of the changes, converting these advancements into useful outcomes. This forum acts as an active spark, igniting vibrant conversations in an environment of useful delight.

Every participant's inner kid will undoubtedly be awakened by the automobile models' tactile attraction and ultra-modern style.

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