Creating a Culture of Organizational Learning to Improve Maintenance & Reliability

Discover how learning programs and online learning tools can help your reliability & maintenance programs achieve operational excellence.

You'll learn about:

  • A 14-point model for operational excellence in maintenance, maintainability & reliability
  • The foundational importance of organizational learning for operational excellence
  • How organizational learning & training programs improve hiring, onboarding, and retention
  • Traits of a learning organization
  • Online tools for improving organizational learning

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About this webinar

Join us as we review methods for developing competitive excellence in maintainability and reliability. We'll discuss the importance of creating "learning cultures" to facilitate continuous improvement, aid new employee hiring, improve the onboarding process, and increase retention. We’ll also provide tips, strategies, and tools you can use to develop a strong learning culture at your organization.

About the Presenter
Jeffrey Dalto, Senior Learning & Customer Advocacy Manager, Vector Solutions

Jeff Dalto is an instructional designer and L&D professional with more than 20 years of experience in learning and development, including more than 15 years working in the manufacturing and industrial space. He's an expert in adult learning and evidence-based training practices and has worked hand-in-hand with many manufacturing companies on the development or improvement of their training programs (including helping more than 50 different companies implement learning management systems for online training).

About the Presenter
Dr. Klaus Blache, Director, University of Tennessee Reliability & Maintainability Center

Dr. Blache has over 35 years of experience in various areas of manufacturing and continuous improvement (processes and people). Included are areas such as lean manufacturing, reliability & maintenance, competitive analysis, continuous improvement tools & techniques, new facility planning and implementation, industrial engineering, ergonomics, and change management. He has written and lectured globally in numerous technical and management areas.