Reactive Improvement through Effective Daily Management is a critical part of your sites Continuous Improvement Strategy to achieve TPM & Operational Excellence. It is the ability for your site to rapidly recover from an event or incident that stops you from achieving your budgeted or expected performance for the hour, shift, or day and most importantly initiate corrective actions so that the event or incident will not re-occur again across the organisation.
The key to Reactive Improvement is discipline through a very effective Daily Review Process supported by a standardised and robust Frontline Problem Solving Root Cause Analysis process that is suitable for all people across the organisation.
There are 7 Key Elements to Reactive Improvement that need to work in concert for effective Daily Management.
Element 1: Supportive Organisation Structure
Element 2: Effective Frontline Leaders
Element 3: Appropriate Measures with Expected Targets
Element 4: Structured Daily Review Meetings
Element 5: Visual Information Centres
Element 6: Frontline Problem Solving Root Cause Analysis Capability
Element 7: Rapid Sharing of Learning Capability
These 7 Key Elements are outlined in detail throughout the internationally acclaimed book, "Understanding, Measuring and Improving Daily Management: How to use effective Daily Management to drive significant Process Improvement" by CTPM's Founder & President, Ross Kennedy. You can purchase his book through the renowned publisher, Productivity Press by following this link.
As a CTPM Subscriber you can access and download support material about each of the 7 elements of Reactive Improvement by accessing the relevant element pages from the content list below.
Each element 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 relating to that element(s). The support material available will provide you with an understanding of the element and guide you to implement the element learnings at your site.
To access the available support material simply click on the relevant element page below.