Does a business dashboard actually benefit an organisation?

An organisation experiences during a digitalisation project that there is much more power in a digital dashboard or digital twin than initially thought. After all, operational, tactical and strategic dashboards have several advantages.

Stanwick and iObeya, rethinking continuous improvement

Stanwick, a leading consultancy firm specializing in operational excellence and performance enhancement, is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with

Stronger Together: Stanwick and Obeya Association form powerful partnership

Stanwick, a leading consulting firm specialising in operational excellence, has announced a strategic partnership with the Obeya Association, a global community on the Obeya methodology and visual management.

What is Overall Equipment Effectiveness (O.E.E.)?

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (O.E.E.) wordt als best practice KPI gebruikt in TPM (Total productive manufacturing) en lean manufacturing transformatieprogramma’s, om de efficiëntie van productie- of operationele processen te meten en te verbeteren.

Maximising your production with Overall Equipment Effectiveness (O.E.E.)

Pressure on industrial machinery is increasing. Higher customer demands at lower costs are forcing organisations to change and rethink themselves.

Why use O.E.E. (overall equipment effectiveness) as a performance indicator?

So we use O.E.E. as a tool to continuously improve (kaizen, striving for perfection) and show the results visually on the shopfloor or in management dashboards. The goal is not to merely have O.E.E., the goal is to use O.E.E. as a tool to move towards operational excellence.

Why is O.E.E. so powerful as a visual management tool?

Using a pragmatic O.E.E. dashboard to support an Operational Excellence transformation is a foundation. Having an O.E.E. visualisation tool (dashboard) ensures that attention does not wane and the energy of the entire organisation focuses on this benchmark KPI.

How do you calculate an O.E.E. (overall equipment effectiveness) score?

O.E.E. as an operational KPI has 4 core components: planning, availability, machine effectiveness and quality. We take you step by step through the calculation and formula.

Is there a good O.E.E. (overall equipment effectiveness) score?

Judging whether an O.E.E. score is now good or of a low level depends on many factors, for example which sector as well as which calculation is behind it. After all, the O.E.E. is partly influenced by the sales of products produced on a machine.

What are the benefits of using O.E.E. in manufacturing organisations?

Implementing O.E.E. in an operational environment offers several benefits for organisations striving for improved operational efficiency (Operational Excellence, Continuous Improvement mindset) and competitiveness.

What are the 5 steps to introduce O.E.E. in your organisation?

As Stanwick, we use a roadmap consisting of 5 steps how to introduce O.E.E. as an operational indicator and thus evolve towards structural O.E.E. improvement.

What are the 5 lessons learned in using O.E.E. as an operational KPI?

Implementing O.E.E. as a performance KPI does not always happen smoothly. We summarise five lessons learned from recent Operational Excellence projects.