Professional Course

Reliability Excellence for Managers

Life Cycle Engineering, In Charleston
9 days
9 days
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Course description

Reliability Excellence for Managers

Advance your career and improve your organization’s performance by leading a reliability initiative. Organizations are recognizing the value of a culture of reliability and seeking leaders to help them achieve it. Reliability Excellence for Managers (RXM) prepares you to be that leader

Attributes of a culture of reliability

  • Robust reliability processes
  • Clearly defined roles
  • Institutionalized knowledge
  • Executive-level accountability

Through three 3-day classroom sessions and practical application over nine months, RXM offers the opportunity to interact with your peers and an Rx facilitator/coach as you share knowledge, discuss obstacles, and seek feedback on your reliability journey.

You will build a business case for Reliability Excellence. You will learn how leadership and culture impact a change initiative, and how to become a change agent to help keep your organization reliable, agile and competitive. You will discover the business processes associated with world-class performance and build a plan to strengthen and stabilize the change for reliability. Between sessions you will transform classroom concepts into business results by completing on-the-job application assignments.

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Who should attend?

Reliability Excellence for Managers is ideal for corporate and plant managers, as well as those engaged in continuous improvement initiatives such as Lean, TPM and Six Sigma. Suggestions include Chief Operating Officer, V.P. Operations, General Managers, Plant Managers, Corporate Reliability Managers, Maintenance Managers and Operations Managers

Training content

Session 1 – Develop a Culture of Reliability

  • State the driving factors in a culture of reliability
  • Explain that reliability is the foundation for asset management and enables RCM, Lean, TPM and continuous improvement programs
  • Conduct a reliability assessment and gap analysis
  • Prepare a business case for reliability
  • Develop a reliability policy, strategy, objectives, charter, principles, and scorecard
  • Develop reliability roles, responsibilities, staffing, and investment
  • Identify stakeholders in a culture of reliability
  • Develop partnership agreements
  • Explain the need for management commitment and active leadership

Session 2 – Reliability Work Streams and Change Management

  • State work management, reliability engineering, materials management best practices
  • Outline a work stream process improvement plan
  • Prepare change management tools to engage employees in a culture of reliability
  • Develop a reliability risk management plan
  • List critical success factors for implementing and managing change
  • Describe four change roles and their primary activities

Session 3 – Measuring and Sustaining a Culture of Reliability

  • Explain how reliability leadership, organization and performance evolve
  • Develop key performance indicators to drive and manage performance
  • Use a dashboard to report reliability progress
  • Explain how to use audits and assessments to drive continuous improvement
  • Outline a quick-win strategy to maintain employee engagement during implementation
  • Share reliability success stories and best practices
  • Use coaching cards and gemba walks to drive accountability
  • Evaluate and build reliability competency across the organization

Certification / Credits

All students completing a class at the Life Cycle Institute will receive a certificate of completion awarding 6.3 CEU’s

Because you will use LCE’s online reliability and maintenance system, when you complete RXM you’ll receive an Atlas Reliability Professional certificate. Many past RXM participants have also achieved their Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) certification by sitting for the exam following completion of RXM

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Life Cycle Engineering
4360 Corporate Rd.
29405 North Charleston SC

Life Cycle Institute

Life Cycle Institute is Life Cycle Engineering's human performance practice that integrates learning, change management and project management to teach people how to implement best practices for asset maintenance, reliability engineering and MRO materials management. The Institute offers 16 courses...

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