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Three Ways to
Transition From “Fire Fighting”
Mode to Boost Gains

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In part 1 of this 3-part series we learned about the framework required to best visualize and act on metrics.
In part 2, we will look at what is needed to stop “fighting fires” and acquire the capabilities to grow and sustain your hourly, daily, monthly, and yearly gains.

Operations experts, David Hicks and Tim Nickerson from TBM, return to break down the most common causes of why plant floor manufacturers struggle to achieve daily targets and the impact a “fire fighting” culture has on productivity. In this webinar, you’ll learn best practices to improve abnormality management practices, embed effective problem-solving methodologies, and to solidify processes that consistently drive executional effectiveness, and increase visibility, accountability and capacity.

Register to learn:

  • How a Daily Management System helps remove task overload
  • The roles, levels, and importance of Leader Standard Work practices
  • Common mistakes around Layered Audits and how to fix them
  • How Gemba Walks teach problem-solving skills and relieve production stress
David Hicks | TBM

David Hicks
Vice President | TBM

Tim Nickerson | TBM

Tim Nickerson
Client Manager | TBM

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TBM is a global operations consulting firm with an emphasis on operations, lean, and supply chain consulting for manufacturers and distributors.