When leading Operations as Manager or Director, you will see yourself confronted with expectations for performance and results which are not achieved in the current setting. On the floor, where your team does their work, these expectations might seem far fetched but during the managerial reviews, you fully commit to fulfilling these expectations. You believe
A practical example I use in our Master Classes “Change Management”: When asked by the Steering Committee to lead a project which had already accumulated 1 year delay and was 42% over it’s original budget of 5 million EURO, my first intention was to understand what caused this project to go so far off track.
The foundation of safety lays in discipline, zero tolerance for deviations and clear understanding and acceptance of the necessity of each safety measure and precaution. This can only be achieved by ongoing (re-)education and development of the Safety Culture throughout the organization, supervision and accountability. The biggest risk for the Safety Culture is a growing “we do that like
In heavy industry sectors where energy consumption of the process can reach up to 40% of the operational costs, or in operational units where energy consumption represents less than 1% of the operational costs, the quality of Facility Management has driving impact on energy consumption. According to the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), facility management is
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