The call to action:
Investing in systems and structures to improve reliability will not be effective without engaging the organization in the change process. The diagram below reveals what is needed to successfully bring reliability to operations.
The Change Accelerator Model:
Topic, Tools and Examples:
The examples provided will describe how the change accelerator model was successfully used in a number of global plants with culturally different organizations.
Leading change begins at the top
Explain leadership alignment, communication plan
Increased capacity in a Ni refinery in Australia
Operation and reliability improvement requires a shared vision with metric
Explain cascading metrics
Uptime improvement and injury reduction in Australia,
First pass yield in USA
Explain the GRPI model and Leadership alignment
Change process and leadership alignment in the Ni refinery,
Stakeholder analysis in Saudi Arabia
Making reliability last
Explain Poka Yoke and control charts with mitigation plans and cold eyes review
Defect reduction for a batch process in China
Benefits and expected outcomes:
Visible metric mix linking shop floor performance to business results
Sustained operations and higher reliability
Simpler, proven management process
More highly engaged workforce
Key points to remember:
1. Engaging leaders and the organization is easy with proven tools and techniques.
2. Our experience allows your efforts to be easier on your people and more effective and sustainable.
3. This experience is valuable wherever you are in your implementation efforts.
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