This week’s guest is Jeff Gregory, a consultant with a strong industry background. Jeff and Ron talked all about TPM, OEE, and much more. Even if you’re not in manufacturing, there’s a lot to learn in this episode. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- The quote that inspires Jeff (3:15)
- Jeff’s background (3:50)
- What TPM is (6:48)
- The foundations of TPM (8:44)
- An example of a TPM implementation (11:12)
- Some of the mistakes Jeff has seen (16:04)
- About PM (18:58)
- Other PM tools (21:42)
- How thermography works (23:58)
- The performance indicators involved in TPM (25:03)
- How OEE fits in (27:02)
- The best way to monitor OEE (32:21)
- What “Respect for People” means to Jeff (37:29)
- The best advice Jeff has ever received (39:28)
- A project that turned out differently than expected (40:24)
- What Jeff is most proud of as it relates to lean (42:53)
- The book Jeff recommends (43:44)
- The knowledge or skill area Jeff feels he needs to improve (46:23)
- Jeff’s final words of wisdom (47:38)
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- The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
- Jeff on LinkedIn
- OpX Solutions
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