To ensure the new experience is recognized by the culture, it is critical that the change agents and leadership connect the dots — remind the target group of the plant’s past culture and detail how the new experience fits a new culture. Read More »
TPM is not a short-lived, problem-solving, maintenance-cost-reduction program. It is a process that changes corporate culture and permanently improves and maintains the overall effectiveness of equipment through the active involvement of operators and all other members of the organization. Read More »
Process management (sometimes referred to as process discipline) is the key tool in management for efficient processes with predictable results — nothing has more impact. It is worthless to know a best practice and not have the organizational discipline to execute it consistently. Read More »
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Joe Kuhn explores the misconception that hiring challenges are a frequent roadblock in implementing maintenance best practices.
Change has been a consistent part of our everyday lives; whether it’s at our workplace or home, we’ve all navigated a “new normal” built upon the tide of change. Along with this, we’ve renewed our focus on sustainability. We’re all aware of the principles of sustainability but taking those principles and applying them to our work environment can prove challenging. Read More »