TPM Practitioner’s Workshop – A Foundation for Operational Excellence & Cultural Change within Industry 4.0
Peter Willmott, along with Richard Hayes of Shingo Award Winner Mylan Rottapharm, will be taking a half day TPM Practiciotner’s workshop at this years Euro Maintenance 4.0 Conference in Antwerp, Belgium.
Euromaintenance 4.0 runs from September 24 to 27 and presents a unique opportunity to learn from the experiences and expertise of industry practitioners and subject matter experts:
- more than 20 workshops on day 1 and 4
- 106 presentations in 7 parallel tracks on day 2 and 3
- more than 50 cases presented by asset owners
- field visits on day 4
- European Maintenance Manager Award Night, with keynote by Ben Pring, author of ‘What To Do When Machines Do Everything: How to Get Ahead in a World of AI, Algorithms, Bots, and Big Data’ and the ceremony for the Euromaintenance Award
The half day TPM Practitioner’s workshop is taking place on the 24th September at 9am and will address the following 5 questions:
- What do we mean by Operational Excellence and what does TPM Best Practice look like?
- How do we define the why? of TPM and align it with our Operational Excellence Journey to date using the 3 x P’s of Purpose, Process and People?
- How do we go about Scoping the application of TPM, including resource commitments & how to prepare a compelling Cost/Benefit justification. of running your own in-house TPM programme?
- How do we create the right Environment and Governance processes, with the correct Performance Measures to generate the right Behaviours in order to Sustain the Gains?
- What are the common Pitfalls to Avoid?
The Workshop will also include four interactive delegate exercises in order to under-pin the key TPM learning points
We will also explore how the TPM system is a key enabler & foundation to deliver the Shingo Model™ Guiding Principles and Attributes.
Richard Hayes adds.’ The milestone of Shingo recognition in 2017 is a great achievement for us and TPM was the spark that started our journey and an all embracing system and culture of CI has developed as a result’.