Production Excellence, Inc.’s recent assessment data indicates that many process industry managers want to improve their process safety and achieve a new level of Operational Excellence. The following model is the basis of PEi’s Operational Excellence Strategy.
In today’s process industry, there is a wide variation in the level of Operational Excellence in plant organizations. This is due in part to the traditional thinking that Operational Excellence is only relevant to the production operations function.
Our assessment data indicates that high performing process plants view Operational Excellence as an enterprise (all plant functions) wide strategy. In fact, these plants view Operational Excellence as a keystone to a zero harm culture and achieving competitive advantage.
The number one question that I am asked by executives and plant managers is “How can I improve my plant’s level of Operational Excellence?”. To answer this question, we have developed an in-company seminar titled “Road Map to Operational Excellence in the Process Industries”.
This seminar will provide you with a road map to improving and sustaining Operational Excellence throughout your plant organization. It is based on creating a zero harm culture using conduct of operations practices, and a lean manufacturing approach.
This seminar is for leaders and managers at all levels of your organization.
Understanding how to improve and sustain Operational Excellence must be a part of all leadership development and management development programs. In addition, it must be part of all strategic planning and change management initiatives.