The Path to Operational Excellence: Unveiling the Key to Your Efficiency Dilemma

Randy Heisler | Vice President, Life Cycle Engineering
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Webinar Description: 

Learn about operational effectiveness and learn how to transform your organization’s productivity. We will explore the key principles of operational effectiveness and how they can drive continuous improvement. Discover the three essential takeaways from the presentation drawing inspiration from Randy’s experience, case studies and success stories.

Learning takeaways:

  1. Acquire the skills to assess your current state of operations.
  2. Develop the ability to foster accountability through collaborative efforts
  3. Learn how to find the gaps and utilize technology and processes to optimize your operations.
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About the Author

Randy Heisler Vice President, Life Cycle Engineering

As a Vice President for Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), Randy is responsible for the execution of LCE’s strategic consulting efforts at client sites, including Fortune 500 companies around the globe. Prior to joining LCE, Randy spent 25 years in the field of maintenance and reliability at Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel where he led the corporate reliability effort at multiple plants. The results of these efforts were significant cost reduction and increased capacity.

Randy has extensive practical experience in reliability management, maintenance planning, CMMS administration, project management, training, and development. Randy is a certified Prosci® Change Management professional, Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional, and an active member of the Association for Iron and Steel Technology, Aluminum Association, and the Steel Manufacturing Association. He has also been a member of the Electric Power Conference Advisory Board. Randy has contributed to numerous industry publications including Maintenance Technology and Uptime magazine.

Since joining LCE, he has gained extensive experience across a variety of industries including metals, mining, power, pharmaceuticals, food, and oil and gas.