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Maintenance Work Planning: 5 Elements to Consider
 
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http://www.lce.com/ Tim Kister, Senior Planning and Scheduling SME with Life Cycle Engineering, explains the 5 elements of work planning that planners frequently give limited attention and detail.
Views: 119453 Life Cycle Engineering
Maintenance Supervisor Coaching
 
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http://www.LCE.com Dave Berube, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses how to coach a Maintenance Supervisor. The three areas of focus for a maintenance supervisor are Job Safety, Job Quality and Job Efficiency. LCE uses a coaching card to maintain focus on these three areas. If you would like a copy of a coaching card, please email us at [email protected]
Views: 55517 Life Cycle Engineering
Instructor vs Facilitator
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, explains the difference between an instructor and a facilitator skills all learning leaders should have.
Views: 31830 Life Cycle Engineering
Learning Objectives that Produce Results
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Learning Objectives are the foundation of training programs that produce results. Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute describes how Blooms Taxonomy aids in creating learning objectives.
Views: 15000 Life Cycle Engineering
Improving Plant Performance with Leading Metrics
 
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http://www.lce.com Dave Berube, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses improving plant performance by focusing on leading metrics. Don't focus on lagging indicators. Focus on leading indicators (new behaviors) to achieve better results, to get better performance, to achieve more profit.
What Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Tool is Best for Operators?
 
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http://www.LCE.com Carl March, Reliability Subject Matter Expert, with Life Cycle Engineering, presents a novel approach to an age old RCA tool for operators - "Should-Actual-5 Whys" This installment is a part of a series of informative video lessons called 'Reliability Made Simple.'
Management of Change vs Change Management
 
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http://www.lce.com/standup Dave Berube, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses the terms Management of Change vs Change Management. Often times these terms are used incorrectly. "Management of Change" refers to the technical side of change. "Change Management" refers to the people side of change.
Views: 15292 Life Cycle Engineering
Leading a High Performance Team
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Effective leaders recognize that high performance teams are made up of high-performing individuals. Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, shares five behaviors demonstrated by leaders of high performing teams. Do you practice these behaviors? Watch this video to find out how your team can perform at the highest possible level.
Views: 16679 Life Cycle Engineering
6 Traits Every Great Maintenance Planner Must Have
 
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Roger Corley joins the Asset Reliability @Work podcast for the second time to talk about the role of the maintenance planner and the six characteristics that make a planner great. Discussion highlights include: Explaining the responsibilities of the maintenance planner Understanding the difference between planner and scheduler Identifying the six unique traits of a great planner Discussing the education needed to become a planner
Cycle Counting for Storerooms
 
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http://www.lce.com/ Doug Wallace, Materials Management SME at Life Cycle Engineering, describes the basics of an effective cycle counting program, and explains how it can benefit your storeroom processes and improve the reliability of your inventory balances.
Views: 13152 Life Cycle Engineering
Four Reliability Excellence Competencies
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, describes the four competencies required to achieve Reliability Excellence.
Reliability Engineering Certificate
 
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http://www.LCE.com/Institute Life Cycle Engineering is proud to partner with Clemson University's Center for Corporate Learning to offer the Reliability Engineering Certificate. This program equips participants to build and sustain a strategic reliability engineering program, prepare control strategies that reduce risk and improve asset utilization, determine predictive technologies and an effective predictive maintenance program, and establish a root cause analysis program that will lead to reduced downtime, increased production and a culture of continuous improvement. This program includes an optional work product that will earn the participant a Reliability Engineer Certification (REC).
Using an A3 Problem-solving Tool to Achieve Reliability Excellence®
 
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http://www.LCE.com Randy Heisler, of Life Cycle Engineering, explains using an A3 problem-solving tool to achieve Reliability Excellence. Using the Three Waves of Reliability Excellence and A3 thinking to achieve Reliability Excellence.
ADKAR 5 Step Process for Successful Organizational Change
 
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Jeff Nevenhoven, a Prosci-certified Change Management Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in operations and reliability, joins the podcast to discuss the Prosci ADKAR model for change management. Jeff explains how each phase of the model is used to facilitate successful change management for manufacturing organizations. Discussion highlights include: Explaining the purpose of the ADKAR model Detailing each phase and how it's used to facilitate change Discussing the importance of following each phase in order Becoming Prosci-certified in change management
Views: 11597 Life Cycle Engineering
MTBF Metric: The Pitfalls of Its Misuse
 
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http://www.lce.com Bill Barto, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses the pitfalls of relying solely on the MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) metric.
Views: 17527 Life Cycle Engineering
Train the Trainer: Power of the Flip Chart
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Scott Franklin, of Life Cycle Institute & Life Cycle Engineering, explains how to create an engaging learning environment by using a flip chart.
Views: 39427 Life Cycle Engineering
Is Training the Answer?
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, asks "Is Training the Answer?"
Risk-Based Asset Management Implementation Model
 
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http://www.lce.com/ Mike Poland, Director of Asset Management Services, explains a simple implementation model for a risk based asset management system.
Life Cycle Engineering Company Overview
 
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http://www.LCE.com Bob Fei, President and CEO of Life Cycle Engineering, provides an overview of the company's solutions, services and culture.
Operations-led Reliability
 
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http://www.LCE.com Bruce Wesner, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses his presentation "Operations-led Reliability" at Reliable Plant Conference 2011. The four main themes were operator care rounds, loss elimination, implement standard work and autonomous maintenance.
Reliability Engineering Certification: Video Brochure
 
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This university-backed program is designed for people who are responsible for improving asset and capacity reliability and creating a culture of continuous improvement.
The Reliability Engineer: Then &Now
 
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Mike Smith joins the Asset Reliability @ Work podcast to talk about the role of today's Reliability Engineer. Together, we'll explore how that role has transformed over the years in terms of responsibilities and training. Mike will tell you what he thinks should be in the RE's toolbox and he'll provide advice for those looking to become proficient within this job field. Discussion highlights include: Discussing how the responsibilities have changed over the years Understanding the current challenges facing REs Identifying training opportunities that didn't exist before Identifying the 3-5 "tools" that every RE should have in their toolbox
Using Kitting for Maintenance Repairs
 
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http://www.LCE.com Al Emeneker, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses using kitting for maintenance repairs, specifically planned work kitting and crash kits.
Life Cycle Engineering's Reliability Excellence Journey
 
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Watch to learn about the series of steps an organization takes in order to create a sustainable culture of reliability.
High Impact Learning That Produces Results
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute describes high impact learning as a process that include three distinct phases in learning that changes behavior.
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course Preview
 
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http://www.lce.com/institute Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Planning and scheduling is one of the fastest and most effective investments an organization can make to improve productivity and availability. The processes participants learn in this class will allow for planning and control of maintenance resources. Equipment reliability is increased. Costs and availability of maintenance stores are improved. Waiting times, unnecessary parts and inaccurate information are eliminated. Budgeting is easier and more accurate. Maintenance tasks are as much as 50% more efficient in terms of costs and time. This five-day course teaches proven processes that are fundamental to effective planning and scheduling and successful CMMS/EAMS deployment. Participants engage in hands-on activities that build systems-independent process knowledge and skills they will be able to apply immediately.
Using an A3 Proposal as a Problem-solving Tool
 
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http://www.LCE.com Randy Heisler, of Life Cycle Engineering, explains using an A3 proposal, as a problem-solving tool. A simple way, for any member of an organization, to solve problems and propose solutions.
Views: 26393 Life Cycle Engineering
Facilitator Development Process
 
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http://www.LCE.com/ Tara Holwegner, Learning Subject Matter Expert at the Life Cycle Institute, discusses the facilitator development process. This process includes education, competency development and individual planning, and is critical to meet the goals in the Assimilation phase of learning.
Learning Impact Maps
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, explains Learning Impact Maps.
Critical Asset Performance Standards (CAPS)
 
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http://www.lce.com Troy Schwartz, of Life Cycle Engineering, describes the process of developing CAPS for integration into a Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) as part of an overall Risk-based Asset Management strategy that provides regulatory compliance and system reliability.
3A Learning® Process: Application Phase
 
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http://www.LCE.com/ Sherri Large, Business Manager of the Life Cycle Institute, reviews the Application Phase of the 3A Learning Process. Life Cycle Institute: Changing Behavior to Produce Results.
Maintenance Planners: At the Center of It All - Webinar
 
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http://www.LCE.com (Hosted By Al Emeneker) Maintenance Planners have a huge responsibility to not only coordinate with, but become synchronized with, Operations, Maintenance, and Management where planning and scheduling is concerned. Building and maintaining these relationships can be tough, but with the right people in place, clearly defined relationships, and commitment from all parties involved, it is achievable. This webinar analyzes these relationships and discuss how they can work together to achieve planning and scheduling success.
Facilitators Make the Difference: Featuring Paul Borders
 
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Meet Paul Borders, LCE consultant and RxM course facilitator for Life Cycle Institute
A Reliable Plant is a Safe Plant is a Cost-Effective Plant - Webinar
 
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http://www.LCE.com (Hosted by Ron Moore) Safety is a top priority in most organizations, which is evident by the policies, standards, and systems in place to support safety initiatives. They are committed to enforcing these policies, which typically state that all injuries are preventable, and we are each responsible for preventing injuries, among other things.During this webinar, Ron Moore will review data from operating plants that demonstrate the relationship between reliability and safety, costs, and environmental performance, a process model for assuring reliability and models for leadership, alignment, and managing cultural change for assuring both reliability and safety, which are mutually dependent.
Change Management: Some Things Can't Be Delegated - Webinar
 
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http://www.LCE.com (Hosted By Bill Wilder) Delegation is a great way to empower our employees and lighten our work load. However, certain tasks should never be delegated, especially where change management is concerned. Join Bill Wilder, director of the Life Cycle Institute and Prosci-certified change management professional as he discusses the importance of retaining control of certain tasks. Learn the significance of executive sponsorship and its value in communication, strategy, visibility, coalition building and ownership.
Six Tips to Drive Results with Effective Communication - Webinar
 
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http://www.LCE.com (Hosted by Sherri Large) What makes communication effective? We tend to compliment people for being good communicators if they are articulate, personable, and hit all the major points in an email message. While these are characteristics of good communication, there is much more that the recipients of the message see and hear. In order to meet objectives, communication must start with planning. In this Webinar, Sherri Large will share six tips to drive results with effective communication.
Predictive Maintenance: A Proactive Approach to Achieving Reliability (Part I)
 
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Anil Agrawalla joins the Asset Reliability @Work podcast to discuss predictive maintenance strategy and how manufacturing organizations are implementing and maintaining the program's efficiency. Discussion highlights include: Difference between predictive and preventive maintenance Best practices for setting up a PdM program Common mistakes organizations make during implementation On-the-job struggles of maintaining the program's efficiency
Change Management: Some Things Can't Be Delegated
 
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http://www.LCE.com Dave Berube, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses what leaders cannot delegate during a major change. Leaders must communicate the vision, create the change strategy, be visible, build coalitions and own the change project.
Reliability Engineering Certificate Program Student Testimonial
 
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http://www.lce.com/institute Juan Rodriguez of the Boeing shares his experience with the Reliability Engineering Certification Program offered by the Life Cycle Institute and Clemson University. Achieve your certificate in Reliability Engineering from one of the top engineering schools in the country. As a candidate in this program, you will learn practical skills that can be applied on the job right away, demonstrate your commitment to reliability and continuous improvement, and increase your value to your organization. Certificate courses are developed by leading subject matter experts and learning professionals to include cutting-edge content, updated with the latest industry tools and methodologies. Learn from expert facilitators with proven track records of success in reliability.
Asset Management Plans: An ISO 55000 Building Block
 
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With the increased adoption of the ISO 55000 Standard for Asset Management, released in early 2014, more and more companies are contacting us and asking for help in understanding the standard and developing an ISO-compliant asset management system.
Learning is Change. Change is Learning
 
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http://www.LCE.com/institute/ Integration of the science of learning and the science of change is fundamental in changing behavior to produce desired results. Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute explains how people need knowledge and ability in order to adopt a change.
Stakeholder Buy-In: The First Step to Project Success 6/6/2017
 
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In this episode of the Asset Reliability @Work podcast, we're discussing stakeholders as it pertains to a manufacturing setting; where the employees, customers, and in some cases the community are the stakeholders. John Cray, a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) with over 35 years of experience working in various processing industries, details how to effectively engage with your stakeholders to get the buy-in your project needs. Discussion highlights include: Identifying your project's stakeholders Understanding consequences of not engaging your stakeholders Explaining how to effectively engage Assessing the needs of your stakeholders Addressing stakeholders using the Prosci Change Management methodology ISO 55000 Standard to stakeholder management
Boost Performance with Planning and Scheduling
 
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If less than 90% of the maintenance work on your assets is planned in advance, then you could benefit dramatically from the portfolio of resources we’ve developed to help organizations implement planning and scheduling best practices
How to Develop a Work Culture that Embraces CMMS
 
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John Cray makes his second appearance on the Asset Reliability @Work podcast to discuss how leadership, vision and behavior can develop a culture that values data integrity and effectively utilizes their CMMS. Discussion highlights include: Explaining how to establish a set of CMMS guiding principles that drives consistency and data integrity Discussing who should be responsible for creating a culture that embraces CMMS Summarizing how measures and audits can motivate and sustain desired system use
Career Spotlight: Software Programmer with Kenny Brevard
 
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Kenny Brevard, Software Developer in LCE's Philadelphia location, shares with us his role developing software solutions and what he enjoys about his work supporting the US Navy.
The Importance of Culture Change in Work Management and Reliability
 
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http://www.LCE.com Randy Heisler, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses his presentation "The Importance of Culture Change in Work Management and Reliability" at Electric Power Expo 2011.
Lean Shutdowns: How to Cut Fat - Webinar
 
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http://www.LCE.com (Hosted By Joel Levitt) Managing the cost of your shutdown can be a balancing act between the cost of downtime and the cost of shutdown resources. Too often organizations are tempted to cut corners or apply temporary fixes in order to save time and money. Joel Levitt, author of several industry-leading maintenance books, will discuss 10 ideas you can implement to trim fat from your shutdowns. Learn the dos and don'ts of shutdown planning and implementation from a proven industry leader.

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