Session 3: Preparing to Lead Reliability Improvements – How?

Do you know if your organization is operating as reliably as it could be? Join Michael Aroney, Executive Consultant for Client Leadership at Allied Reliability, for a 3-part webinar series that will introduce key topics leaders need to address when tackling a reliability initiative.
These sessions are targeted at senior leaders who have the ability to influence and control their companies’ reliability initiatives, such as Plant or General Managers, Directors, and VPs, and cover the concepts outlined below. Register today to take the first step in building the solid foundation you need for your organization’s reliability improvements to succeed.

Session 3: Preparing to Lead Reliability Improvements – How?

Approximately 70% of the problems being solved when attempting to improve asset reliability are organizational and cultural. The remaining 30% of the challenge involves the technical aspects of establishing a fully functional asset maintenance and reliability system that optimizes early identification of asset faults and corrects them in a timely manner. An improvement of this nature must be treated as a project with the insight that projects have “failure modes” in a fashion similar to asset failure modes. This session looks at this critical element of understanding how to effectively execute an improvement initiative by ensuring the right organizational roles are engaged and actively participating to align their part of the enterprise to support the reliability system, which improves asset availability, quality, and throughput.

Key discussion topics:

  • The Improvement Failure Modes
  • The Parallel Organization
  • The Cadence of Accountability

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