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Facilities Management providers have yet to adopt a Lean RCM approach and are missing a golden opportunity to double their profit margins. However not all the facilities management companies can realise this opportunity as only those first past the post will get a share of the benefits.Read more
I am often asked “Is the right strategy to start applying root cause analysis at the beginning of an improvement journey and get some quick wins or wait until a thorough reliability strategy is in place to reduce the need for root cause analysis”… In other words, is it better to let the equipment fail and learn from that or put more effort into preventing the failures in the first place?Read more
Millions of pounds are invested annually in change programmes – in process improvements, lean transformation and asset reliability – all in pursuit of cost reduction, improved efficiency and longer-term profitability.
But, before you embark on a costly, if necessary, change exercise you may want to find out to what extent the people in your organisation are ready for it. After all, they are the ones who need to understand the reasons behind your change effort so that they can embrace your ideas and implement them. To be sustainable, change needs to happen across all levels of an organisation. It is only by opening up lines of communication between practitioners and managers and between different functions that attitudes can change and new ways of working can be adopted.Read more