Leaders Learning Club: Improved Reliability

Reliability Learning Club support plans provide cross functional project teams with a structured awareness and coaching programme to develop a deep collective understanding of the issues involved in delivering zero breakdowns.  The programme begins with a diagnostic of current practices against best in class benchmarks. 

That is used to align team outlook about gaps and priorities and mobilise practical projects to both deal with the gaps and raise capabilities.  This is supported by coaching plans at an individual and team level as required.

Few of the problems which impact on Reliability can be resolved by purely technical improvements.

The challenging but achievable LeanTPM goal of Zero Breakdowns requires as much attention to collaboration, problem ownership and learning as it does to the use of analysis tools and techniques.  Not something that can be taught in the classroom. 

The Reliability Learning Club provides training and coaching to develop in house capability to:

  • Diagnose gaps and barriers that constrain progress
  • Systematically improve Reliability and Effectiveness
  • Engage front line teams with delivery of business goals
  • Analyse production assets to develop a deeper understanding of correct operation and asset care
  • Deal with knowledge and skill gaps
  • Develop and disseminate best practice across functional boundaries.
  • Assure learning and compliance processes
  • Identify and prioritise problem hot spots
  • Enhance and improve the use of underpinning systems
  • Reduce waste and increase capacity

That also provides a template for practical, cross functional team based projects that engage production, engineering and support personnel with a shared improvement agenda.  An approach that makes every day a learning day

Contact us to find out more about how a DAK Academy Learning Club can aid your teams journey to zero breakdowns