Why Daily Management System meetings transform an organization’s work culture.
By Patrick O’Leary CEO of Faaltech Technologies
A Daily Management System (DMS) involves regular meetings where team members come together to review and address issues related to the organization’s goals and objectives. These meetings can help to transform an organization’s work culture in several ways:
- Improved communication: DMS meetings provide a forum for team members to communicate openly and honestly about their work and any challenges they are facing. This can help to build trust and improve overall communication within the organization.
- Increased accountability: DMS meetings make it easier to track progress towards goals and objectives and hold team members accountable for their work. This can help to improve the overall accountability of the organization.
- Enhanced teamwork: DMS meetings encourage collaboration and teamwork, as team members work together to identify and address issues. This can help to build a more cohesive and supportive work culture.
- Greater focus on continuous improvement: DMS meetings are designed to identify and address problems and challenges on a regular basis, which helps to promote a culture of continuous improvement. This can lead to a more agile and responsive organization.
- Increased employee engagement: By involving all team members in the DMS process, organizations can foster a sense of ownership and empower employees to take an active role in improving the organization. This can lead to increased engagement and motivation among team members.
Underpinning strong Daily Management Systems are matrix organisation arranged around customer/product focused teams . A servant leadership organization built on trust and continuous improvement is also a fundamental need.
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Why human error reduction programs are hugely beneficial to industrial and engineering design organizations.
By Patrick O’Leary -CEO of Faaltech Technologies
Human error reduction programs are hugely beneficial to industrial and engineering design organizations because they can help to minimize the risk of mistakes being made by employees that could result in costly errors or delays.
Impact of poor procedures and protocols
Errors made by employees can have serious consequences in terms of the quality and reliability of products being designed and produced. For example, if an employee misinterprets a design specification, it could result in a component being manufactured incorrectly, leading to costly rework or delays in production. Similarly, if an employee fails to follow proper procedures during the design process, it could result in errors that are not detected until later stages of production, leading to even greater costs and delays.
Implementing a human error reduction program such those offer by Faaltech can help to minimize these types of errors and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the design process. This can be achieved through various methods such as our Goal Oriented Learning™ training programs, standardization of processes using our tools such as Faaltech’s Talsico Process Picture Maps© (PPM)©, and the use of automation and other technologies.
The Importance of effective learning programs
Training is an important aspect of a human error reduction program as it helps to ensure that employees have the necessary knowledge and skills to perform their tasks accurately and efficiently. This can include both on-the-job training as well as more formal training programs. Our Goal Oriented Learning™ is a holistic learning strategy that facilitates your people learning ‘the job’ as fully defined to the highest standard. Goal Oriented Learning™ is a way of tying it all together at the initial design stages of a project so people don’t just see operating a machine as their job – rather it is operating it safely, in compliance with GMP guidelines, in a quality manner and playing a vital role as a contributing team member.
Standardisation is Key
Standardization of processes can also help to improve the design process by establishing clear guidelines for how tasks should be completed. This can include the use of checklists, visual aids, and other tools to help workers follow established procedures. Identifying sources of human error in the process/service design that can’t be eliminated upfront is very important. These sources of potential human error can be negated through the use of Faaltech’s Talsico Process Picture Maps© (PPM)© as a just in time memory recognition to tool that significantly reduces the cognitive burden your employees trying to recall a task or review a cumbersome SOP at the point of use
Fig: Process Picture Maps© (PPM)© for Industry and Service sectors such as Healthcare
Automation is not a risk-free panacea.
Finally, the use of automation and other technologies can help to improve the design process by taking over certain tasks or providing additional support to workers. For example, automated systems can be used to monitor the design process and alert employees to potential errors, or assist with tasks such as analysis and simulation to reduce the risk of mistakes being made. However even automation and its hardware needs to be risk assess to eliminate Human Error and subsequent HDMI screen interfaces designed in a manner that reduces the cognitive burden on future employee. Faaltech’s Desrtfire Online Human Error Reduction Opportunity (HERO) analysis and Human Error Investigation and Diagnostics programs can help automation designers significant reduce the potential for Human Error at the design phase, if used during initial stages of a design project.
Fig: Faaltech’s “Desertfire Online Integrated Solutions for Human Error Reduction©”
In summary, human error reduction programs are hugely beneficial to industrial and engineering design organizations because they can help to minimize the risk of mistakes being made by employees that could result in costly errors or delays. By implementing Goal training, standardization of processes using Process Picture Maps© (PPM)©, and the use of automation and human error risk assessment technologies/programs, organizations can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their design process and produce higher quality products. Eliminating the human error potential at design stages is a 100 times less expensive than fixing it the issue during commercial operations.
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Why deploying Lean can help your company become more efficient in 2023.
Patrick O’Leary -Managing Partner The Lean Six Sigma Company (Ireland) & CEO of Faaltech
There are several reasons why using Lean principles can help a company become more efficient in 2023:
- Lean helps to identify and eliminate waste in processes, such as unnecessary steps, excess inventory, and defects. By streamlining processes and eliminating waste, a company can become more efficient and productive.
- Lean emphasizes the importance of continuously improving processes, which can help a company stay ahead of the competition and meet changing customer needs.
- Lean promotes the use of data and metrics to drive decision-making and continuous improvement. By collecting and analyzing data, a company can identify opportunities for improvement and track progress over time.
- Lean encourages the involvement of all employees in the improvement process, which can lead to increased buy-in and ownership of improvement efforts. This can lead to increased motivation and engagement, which can ultimately result in improved efficiency.
- Lean principles can be applied to a wide variety of industries and processes, making it a flexible and adaptable approach to improving efficiency.
In these challenging economic times, Smart organisations are investing in their staff development. They are doing this to meet inflationary challenges within their businesses head on by eliminating waste and improving efficiency through the utilisation of their Lean Practitioner, Lean Leaders and Lean Waste.
About The Lean Six Sigma Company
The Lean Six Sigma Company is a global provider of courses, training and coaching in Lean & Lean Six Sigma. As an international educational body, The Lean Six Sigma Company is active in more than 28 countries spread across the globe and offers 17+ accredited courses in the native language of each country. To date we have trained more than 25,000 Lean Six Sigma graduates and >4000 companies across all sectors of business. Each of our course’s content is held to a high global standard and is internationally accredited via the ISO18404 &ISO13054 competency standards.
About Author Patrick O’Leary
Pat O’Leary is a Certified Lean Master/Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and is the Managing Partner of the Lean Six Sigma Company (Ireland). Pat has 30 years’ experience within the Multinational sector within in all areas of Manufacturing, Quality and Operations Excellence both in senior management and as a business owner. Pat has worked extensively in Ireland, Europe, USA and China in various diverse roles over the years.
Faaltech’s core competencies are in providing lead education management training & consultancy expertise in the areas of,
-Lean & Lean Six Sigma Education & deployment
-Operational Excellence execution for manufacturing and service operations
-Human Error reduction and documentation improvement and change management programs
-Project Management and Plant/product acquisitions and design
-Manufacturing & Service operations optimization
-Technology Transfer/Process Development of products
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