Failure Prevention Associates presents an on-line LIVE workshop on the actual steps for easy to use Management of Change (MOC) System. Wednesday, October 21st 2020 from 8am – 11am CST.
Countless times Reliability and common sense are sacrificed because the MOC system is too complicated and convoluted or downright career ending. So the same weak work control processes, ineffective procedures, bad design or poor quality OEM part is used over and over. “Everyone” knows this is wrong. But the MOC process is too hard to get the systems right, optimize the procedures, redesign the process, specify a better part, select a better machine, etc… approved.
If you are looking for a system to make this process easier and more effective, this is the workshop you have been waiting to attend. This workshop will help maintenance, reliability, and operations leaders who are managing complex changes under challenging conditions.
This class will review how actions get reinforced and become entrenched. Even though the action that worked before no longer is the best choice available.
This past beliefs and actions become barriers to change. You will learn the process and techniques to use past behaviors to overcome resistance to change.
In this workshop you will get the complete system, including all the tools you need to make change management a stress-free and simple process that works every time. Creating an environment where your team feels good about change and they will trust you to lead them through it. When it comes to communication of changes, consistency and repetition are required. You will learn how almost all change managers provide totally insufficient communication and how to avoid that all too common pitfall.
The workshop will cover how to identify pain points for team members on the journey from WHAT IS to WHAT WILL BE and anticipate it perfectly, with plans to support them and reduce difficulty. You will see how the development of a measurement system is a key element of change management. Many changes fail, because even the leader does not know if the change has achieved the intended result. This is embarrassing, this workshop will ensure it never happens to you.
Management of Change is an important tool for handling technical changes that are regulated by law. We will cover that topic in detail, along with tools for documenting the changes.