Having this Transformational Guide to Overall Equipment Effectiveness for Advanced Shop Floor Management is essential in today’s very competitive environment. Understanding how to apply OEE on the shop floor will enable the company to delivering a quality product on time, at the right quantity, and at the right price. Manufacturers today must have full oversight of their manufacturing facility's operations in order to achieve these goals. Real time reporting on what is happening on the manufacturing floor is essential. Utilizing an OEE-Shop Management System can lend itself to better understanding of the outputs of the manufacturing facility. This foundation for improving effectiveness is the ideal guide for operators, mechanics, team leaders, and management. The use of a Shop Floor Management tool, OEE, as outline in this Guide, helps to keep the entire organization engaged and one step ahead of its competition!Biografía del autor:
Dr. Jill A. O’Sullivan is an Assistant Professor at Farmingdale State College in NY, where she teaches ERP, MIS, Operations and Supply Chain Management. As the first past president of APICS NYC/LI she serves as the Faculty/Student Advisor of the Student Chapter at Farmingdale State College. She is on the Advisory Editorial Board of the Journal of Systemic, Cybernetics, and Informatics (JSCI). Dr. O’Sullivan is an original member of the Manufacturing Executive Leadership Council. Founder/President of JJKT Consulting Services and previously founded JJK Sales, a Manufacturers Sales company representing the northeastern regions specializing in custom manufacturing, assembly and electronic component products for Industrial/OEM, Distributor/Wholesalers, Value Added Reseller, Military/Aerospace, Government and Medical companies. Formerly a Purchasing and Materials Manager on LI, Mrs. O’Sullivan has acquired more than 24 years of experience in Operations and IT in military, aerospace, government and commercial companies. . Jill and her husband, John, have two sons, Kyle, Tom and Oliver, the family dog. Dr. Theresa L. Nick is Engagement Manager at FORCAM, Inc., a Manufacturing Execution Process (MES) software provider, responsible for deploying the software at their customers’ facilities. Additionally she trains the company’s customers in engaging with the software and using it to improve productivity on their shop floors via Continuous Improvement Processes. Her background is in the area of Information Technology where she published numerous articles in a diverse range of journals and presented her research at different conferences worldwide. Theresa’s new focus is on the benefits that come with real-time information about shop floors in any kind of industry. Born and raised in Germany she is currently living in the US together with her husband, Sebastian.
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