Total Plant Performance Management (TPPM) is an unparalleled continuous-improvement program that integrates all plant functions into a single focused effort. The fundamental premise is that all corporate functions, from the boardroom to the shipping department, must share a common vision and effectively work together. This book details TPPM's proven method of implementing continuous improvement throughout your total corporation, not just in certain departments. It shows you how to promote, implement, and maintain continuous improvement; effectively involve all employees; train people the right way; measure equipment reliability and improve maintenance; design and select machines; organize employees within the TPPM plant; avoid plan failure; and analyze the operating dynamics of critical process systems.... to blame our current state on unfair competition by Japan and other offshore competitors, they are not the root of our problems. ... and founder of the Japanese Institute for Total Productive Maintenance, stated the following at a 1996 conference in ... In the summer of 1991, a group of Chicago businesspersons ran a customer comparison of two automobiles: a Mitsubishi Eclipse and a Plymouth Laser.
|Title||:||Total Plant Performance Management:|
|Author||:||R. Keith Mobley|
|Publisher||:||Gulf Professional Publishing - 1999-01-12|