Click here to see an inspiring message from Doc Brown himself: The future has finally arrived Here are some thoughts on the matter from our lead coach Brandon Weil:
Eruditio has officially been recognized by the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals as an Approved Provider with their Blended Learning curriculum.
Eruditio’s video production company, eStudios, takes home the prestigious Bronze Telly Award for best use of humor in “Nothing Infomercial”.
Mt. Pleasant, SC September 2, 2015-- Allen has over 35 years of experience in maintenance and reliability in the primary metals industry, from an apprentice industrial electrician, planning and scheduling manager, to maintenance general supervisor in a plant that has a well-documented and very effective “proactive” maintenance organization. In 2007 Mt. Holly was selected as the winner of the...
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is undoubtedly one of the best indicators of process reliability, but many struggle to connect OEE to the bottom line. How much of an OEE improvement is necessary? How aggressive does my reliability improvement program need to be? Turning OEE into a financial indicator helps us translate these questions into business decisions.
I hear the title quote "I wish my boss were here for this training" or "My boss needs to hear this" after almost ever training session we do. Sometimes it is a leadership or communication class other times it is reliability or manufacturing improvement sessions but the response is nearly the same every time. I take this quote to mean at least two things:
We are proud to announce that our production studio, eStudios, has won a Telly Award for a humorous video they created about a company's biggest competitor - doing nothing. Staying complacent is is a dangerous and costly way of thinking, and in this slapstick infomercial, we highlight the absurdity of this commercial with the absurdity of actually doing nothing.
A lot of people are wondering about this new educational phenomenon called eLearning. As technology changes, so does the world, and it is only fitting that the way we teach and learn would evolve with those changes. If you think about it, education has changed very little over the past 5,000 years. A professor teaches a class of students face-to-face. They use books, they write things down on...
Use technology and human resources approaches to mitigate the effects of the retirement of trade professionals.
As I think back over the years of site assessments, reliability implementation, and coaching of facilities and engineers globally there are two concepts that consistently show up as weak areas with engineers in manufacturing environments. The first is true in-depth "root causes" problem solving (this is different than the "engineers jumping to conclusions process" that many employ) and the second...