Tuesday, July 28, 2015

5whys analysis

I have conducted a session call 5whys analysis. The more I experience it the more I think that the asking "why" five times is not really make sense. I often discovered that you do not go straight and ask "why" but rather trigger/question the team of relevant subject to "think" what are the conditions that lead to the "normal" operation, than we start to verify each answer "if the condition is fulfill" by check fact and figure.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

It is back...

The blog has been shutdown by government sometime ago... Now we have it back! So let continue blogging...

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Accident and Incident Deployment at workplace

I got few colleagues who working in SHE function find my accident and incident deployment as an interesting work. They are using as a model example, I like to share it here too in case the visitor of this blog interested in.


Monday, May 31, 2010

5S Audit Checklist

I have been away from this blog that long enough. I just like to share one of the tool that I have developed in 5S auditing. Please follow the link below and give the comment if it is useful or not, so that the other visitor can follow.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Eight Steps to Changes (2)

I had posted sometime ago about 8 Steps to Transforming Organization, a model develop by Prof. John P. Kotter. This model is still very popular among those who involving in change management. Lately, on Havard Business Review website there is a poll asking "which step is the most challenging one for your organization?". This morning result show as seen below: