Category Archives: Program Management

Model Y Series: Episode 8 – Q&A from Comments and View of Things to Come

Sandy Munro Q&A

Episode 8 – Q&A from Comments and View of Things to Come

Welcome back to episode eight of Munro’s Tesla Model Y Performance teardown, where Munro & Associates CEO Sandy Munro addresses a handful of viewer questions and gives a glimpse of what to expect next.

During the five-minute video, Sandy discusses four common viewer questions:

  1. Insight regarding the industry standard for gaps;
  2. The pros and cons of using bands versus bolts for the suspension dampener;
  3. How Munro received the Model Y; and
  4. What tools Sandy uses for his teardowns.

He also offers a quick glimpse of what’s to come. You can check it all out here:

Interested in more? Visit for full details about Munro’s Tesla Model Y discovery process. This site will offer regular insight from Sandy, interactive data and reports, and livestream from Munro’s headquarters.

Breaking Down Munro’s Wall Process®

On time and on budget – these are the goals of every product launch team everywhere – yet how many actually achieve this goal?

With more than 30 years of experience that cuts across virtually every segment of the manufacturing industry, Munro & Associates has consistently saved companies billions of dollars.

One of the reasons for Munro’s success is its ability to attack the root cause of all producibility inefficiencies – the product design – with its proprietary Wall Process®.

The Munro Wall Process® is an advanced visual project and risk management tool that unites design, engineering, manufacturing, and finance to help new projects and redesigns deliver on time and on cost by identifying and solving root cause problems before they fester throughout the product development process. The simple color coding system and score cards makes for instant and unapologetic pinpointing of current pressing issues; making for fast and comprehensive executive overview.

Due to the Wall Process’ visual nature, it prevents different departments hiding or hoarding information critical to planning and development while creating a knowledge sharing system that is vastly superior than what exists in many manufacturing companies today.

Wonder how it can help with your project? Chick here for more information about Munro’s Wall Process and other project management solutions: