With more manufacturers relying on better use of data to improve processes and become more efficient across factories, many companies have embarked on broad o Industrial Transformation initiatives. But the reality is that an effective industrial transformation program needs to fit into or compliment other programs already underway or completed. A wide array of programs exists to facilitate effective transformation and continuous improvement (CI), such as Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), World Class Manufacturing (WCM) and lean tools.
Organizations can kickstart their Industrial transformation program at any point, but the steps they need to take to realize CI depends on their starting point. And for industrial transformation to be successful, it needs to cover the three key areas of any organization: people, process and technology.
This white paper by LNS Research takes an in-depth look at how different organizations can effectively employ programs to work towards continuous improvement, and why a coherent digital transformation strategy is crucial to this objective.
Read this white paper to discover:
- What organizations at different starting points need for a successful industrial transformation
- The advantages of digitizing lean processes
- How you can optimize continuous improvement for your company