through Visions, Philosophy, & Goal Alignment


Leadership is critical in supporting your sites Continuous Improvement Journey to achieve TPM & Operational Excellence. If we cannot convince the Management Team / Site Leadership Team that progressing TPM & Operational Excellence will significantly help in achieving their short term and long term Goals, there is no point starting.

Our learning has been that Australasian TPM & Lean needs to include a strong bottom-up focus, however for it to sustain, it must be led by Senior Management. For this reason there is a need to:

  • Create a critical mass of decision makers and key personnel with a common understanding of Australasian TPM & Lean so they share a vision and pathway of the way forward;
  • Establish a Site Leadership Team responsible for all improvement activities; and
  • Develop a Continuous Improvement Introduction Strategy (including confirming the Goal Aligned Performance Measures, establishing an Improvement Vision, and agreeing on an Improvement Philosophy) supported by a Pre-cycle Strategy Planning Meeting to provide a clear pathway and a progress reflection process.

As with any initiative, Senior Management / Site Leadership Team must 'walk the talk' and lead by example.


Subscriber Access

As a CTPM Subscriber you can access and download support material about Leadership by accessing the page from the content list below.

The page will provide you with an array of Webinars, How-To Booklets, technical articles (E-Tech), client case studies (E-News), as well as a list of available Training Manuals & Workbooks, Improvement Team Manuals & Workbooks, and Tools. The support material available will provide you with an understanding of Leadership in a Continuous Improvement Journey and guide you to implement the Leadership learnings at your site.

To access the available support material simply click on the page below.


Determining and supporting the roll out of all Improvement Activities to achieve TPM & Operational Excellence.