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Old 3rd September 2007, 06:58 AM
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Many Thnaks to you all who have replied and thanks to all also who are having thought and shall be posting their thought. Here I shall be clarifying what I am required to do.

As you know I have joined ACMA -ACT . ACMA is Automotive Component Manufact. Association. ACT or ACMA center for Technology has evolved a Road Map wherein one module has OUTPUT as Operator Ownership. As Dr. Deming says Measurement is very much necessary. hence we want to measure this ownership. May I know from all of you by which method we can say that one perticular company has more operator ownership then another one.

Can we consider Number of Suggestions, Number of QC Teams etc. wtc.

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Manoj

The simplest single measure possibly would be an evaluation of the autonomous maintenance (Jishu Hozen) metric in TPM terms. Customised assessment formats may need to be designed to suit different operations.

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Old 3rd September 2007, 09:45 AM
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Operator Ownership would, in my opinion, vary from industry to industry...and measuring for the sake of measuring is a waste of time. Nothing worse than collecting numbers but doing nothing with the data.

What is the value of knowing operator ownership? Personally, I am more interested in seeing how much control over a process an operator has...metrics and items that the operator is responsible for and that help ensure that the person directly responsible in the process is also responsible for the process.

However, all that of that being said, we do track operator involvement (is that the same as ownership?) in several areas such as:
  • Problem solving team participation
  • Routine Equipment Care participation
  • 5S participation
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ACT or ACMA center for Technology has evolved a Road Map wherein one module has OUTPUT as Operator Ownership.
Hello Manoj,

It appears to me that we are somewhat stuck on the definition of "Operator Ownership." This organization that you've mentioned in your post, how do they define this in their "Road Map?" As you have noticed, our responses to your question deal with activities and measurements. Please clarify.... Can you share that particular module with us so that we have a better understanding?

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Old 10th August 2018, 03:50 AM
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Hello Super Moderator,

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