The Importance of CMMS Refresher Training and Procedures
How you lead and support maintenance and reliability improvements may cause it’s failure
Have you ever wondered what some leaders and ghosts have in common? Well, I will get to that, but let me paint you a picture. You have been told to start improving the storeroom, so you start by analyzing the performance, identify gaps and finally develop a plan to make the improvement. You share this improvement plan and business case with the senior leadership of the site. You get a resounding “Let’s do it” across the room. […]
How a properly plan and utilized workshop can move your reliability program forward.
Business Strategic Planning Framework Diagram
Many organizations often struggle to move plans forward. This may be due to the decision-making process and the people involved in the process. Often times the various decision makers are scattered across the company and may be distracted by issues in the plant. In other circumstances, the organization may know what the end goal is, but may not be aware of how to get there.
By properly developing and delivering a workshop with an experienced facilitator, […]
How to Drive Performance Improvements in your Organization
Oftentimes, plans and strategies are developed and implemented. Many times the implementation is handed off and the team left on their own to implement. And many of the times, the implementation fails or the results are not delivered.
Why is this? It is because there is a lack of governance and accountability. These are more than just words. They are a system, process and a sense of ownership throughout the organization to ensure that the plan is implemented and any roadblocks are dealt with.
What is Governance?
Governance can be […]
Applying the Dale Carnegie Principles to Build a Reliability Culture
Building on the Dale Carnegie® Principles from the famous book, How to Win friends and Influence People, we can progress to the next set of principles.
Using his key principles as a guide, we can bring about change within our organization. In the previous post, we covered how to build authentic and meaningful relationships. If you have not read that post, yet, please go back and do so before reading on.
I was part […]