Site Management see TPM & Operational Excellence as an extra thing to do to appease corporate
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Is your Plant & Equipment like a company vehicle? Let’s use this simple analogy to look at Equipment Management Strategy.
Do you have an effective Equipment Management Strategy to minimise the Life Cycle Cost of your Plant & Equipment?
Lean and Six Sigma are essential ingredients to Operational Excellence, however maybe the time is right to revisit TPM.
We have found the most effective Continuous Improvement Strategies include Reactive Improvement, Stable Production or Work Plan, and Pro-active Improvement.
When it comes to automating OEE data capture, it is how you set it up and apply it into your operation that has the biggest impact on the value you gain.
Assisting sites to more fully understand not only where all the equipment losses are originating from, but most importantly the impact they will have when correctly addressed.
A structured Overall Equipment Effectiveness or OEE Loss & Improvement Analysis is the most effective way to identify all the improvement opportunities to achieve perfect equipment performance.
The two most common methods of calculating OEE is by either using Equations or the Time Loss model
The importance of measuring OEE based on your operational situation by either fixed or variable Available Time, Inputs, and Good Output
Understanding OEE and the premise that equipment is only effective when available, running at ideal speed, and producing perfect output
How OEE was created to understand all the losses that could affect equipment performance so as to reduce lead times and improve quality
Transforming your workplace with Lean thinking through teaching your people to identify losses and wastes at the earliest possible time
How both Improvement initiatives to achieve Operational Excellence and Innovation is required to achieve longevity... just like Toyota
How Lean is a continuous journey that builds a culture of Process Improvement leading enterprises to Operational Excellence
How a Frontline Problem Solving Root Cause Analysis approach designed for all employees is a critical Operational Excellence foundation
Lean is not just methods, tools, activities, or principles, it is all these areas interconnected, therefore an Operations Strategy
Introducing the Empowering Innovation Framework, developed to assist companies strategically guide and monitor their Innovation initiatives
How effective Daily Management will help your employees focus on why the target performance was not achieved rather than setting records
There are many stories of successful and unsuccessful Lean experiences in the Services Industry
Are your Daily Review Meetings simply about complying with site policy? Why not enhance them by using effective Daily Management practices