Pertaining to my earlier post on Lean Six Sigma Certification, whereby I have critisized the wide spread amount of people claiming themselves to be Certified Master Black Belt / Black Belt / Green Belt in Malaysia. This is an alarming situation whereby any average Joe can print out certificates on their own and self proclaim themselves as Certified Six Sigma practitioners.
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Our objective is to ensure that Six Sigma Certified individuals have been exposed to the complete Six Sigma Body of Knowledge and have been required to meet a minimum standard of proficiency for Six Sigma and its implementation.
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I’ll likewise assess the roles and responsibilities of leadership as they pertain to said reasons being leadership failures:
If leaders are in touch with the market it will be difficult to be caught by surprise. It is the responsibility of the leaders to make sure that the proper attention is given to innovation, business intelligence and market research to manage the risk of obsolescence and market changes.
2) The Inability to Attract and Retain Talent:
Great leaders surround themselves with great talent. They understand that talent begets more talent. If your company doesn’t possess the talent it needs to achieve its business objectives no one is to blame but leadership.
3) Toxic Culture:
The truth is nothing stifles productivity and creates conflict like a toxic culture. That said, a toxic culture simply cannot exist where good leadership is present and engaged.
4) Lack of Execution:
Everything drills down to execution, and ensuring a certainty of execution is job number one for executive leadership. CEOs or MDs who don’t focus on deploying the necessary talent and resources to ensure that the largest risks are adequately managed, or that the biggest opportunities are exploited have a leadership team destined for failure.
5) Lack of Character:
Doesn’t matter what your title is, if you don’t do the right things for the right reasons you will fail. Leaders who don’t display character won’t attract it or retain it in others. Leaders who fail to demonstrate a constancy of character won’t create trust, won’t engender confidence and won’t create loyalty.
TPM focuses on keeping all machines/equipments in top working conditions to avoid breakdowns and delays in manufacturing processes.
The eight pillars of TPM are mostly focused on proactive and preventive techniques for improving equipment reliability:
1) Focused Improvement
2) Autonomous Maintenance
3) Planned Maintenance
4) Quality management
5) Early management
6) Office TPM
7) Training and Education
8) Safety Health Environment
Recommended book to purchase. Grab it at your nearest bookstore or reach us to find out how you can reduce machine breakdowns.
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