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System Transformation using TPM

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Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of Total Productive Maintenance (not to be confused with Total Preventative Maintenance), and its game-changing impact on business operations.

Whether you’re in the manufacturing or service industry, every cog in the machine plays a vital role in optimising value stream flow and achieving TPM excellence.

PMI Director Consultant Barry Byrne explores the need for a mindset shift among employees to create the culture of collaboration that’s crucial for success, the power of harnessing data to make informed decisions in TPM implementation, and what you need to think about when striving for perfect operations.

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Join Susannah and Barry in the studio as they discuss System Transformation using TPM. You’ll hear about:

  • Difference between TPM and Total Preventative Maintenance
  • Importance of maintaining assets for smooth value stream flow
  • Applicability of TPM to various industries, not just physical equipment-based businesses


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