Initial outlay costs in creating specific staircase stations.Costs associated with training, as they ensure that their joiners can function as experts in their respective areas.Benefits :B&B would be in a position to handle more volume and could make far better use of their existing resources.Orders will completed on time and the elimination of waste would allow for more competitive quotes.At the second stage , Mr. Hammond can sell this idea to internal stakeholders such as the Joinery Manager and the production workers by emphasizing the benefits of efficiency. There would be less time and effort spent shuffling large and cumbersome pieces of wood throughout the warehouse, making the job easier for each individual joiner. Through the combination of these benefits, Mr.Hammond has a strong case that Boys and Boden can become a resilient and profitable company.The cell work would be different because It would involve training the workers so that they can adapt to the cell operational, the Joiner Manager would need to supervise less .also the entire floor of the department would be divided into small cells that would specialize in different parts of the product manufacturing process. The new system would also differ in terms of the workers being assigned to individual cells rather than being responsible for all parts of the process.Yes. it is necessary to make a differentiate in the working environment because it create a comfortable and organized work environment helps to motivate workers to productivity and positively reflects the company and will be more profitable.6-What risks are associated with Dean’s proposal?The costs that will be incurred as a result of the factory floor being rearranged.Work stoppages during the implementation process.Costs will be incurred in the form of formal training and development programs that will have to be conducted in order to help the employees adapt to the new structure.The equipment might have to be upgraded from time to time and might be costly.