Upcoming Content

Our Con­tent Devel­op­ment team is hard at work to add even more fresh, new con­tent to Gem­ba Acad­e­my’s pre­mier train­ing library. These are some of the cours­es that are cur­rent­ly under development:

New Course

How to Do Brainstorming

Brain­storm­ing is a struc­tured process for gen­er­at­ing ideas. Although indi­vid­u­als may brain­storm on their own, it’s typ­i­cal­ly a process that involves group dis­cus­sion. Learn the five rules of effec­tive brain­storm­ing, the facilitator’s role, and how to use sup­port­ing tech­niques such as the affin­i­ty dia­gram, PICK chart, and N/3 mul­ti-vot­ing as part of your brain­storm­ing session.

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New TPM Course

TPM: Focused Improvement

Focused Improve­ment is a set of activ­i­ties designed to increase the Over­all Equip­ment Effec­tive­ness, or OEE, of plants and their process­es. Learn how Focused Improve­ment tar­gets the six big loss­es one by one, the dif­fer­ent meth­ods and tools used, and how it builds the sta­bil­i­ty nec­es­sary for oth­er pil­lars of TPM.

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New TPM Course

TPM: Planned Maintenance

Estab­lish­ing the Planned Main­te­nance pil­lar of TPM improves equip­ment reli­a­bil­i­ty, reduces cost, and devel­ops the capa­bil­i­ty of peo­ple. Planned Main­te­nance helps orga­ni­za­tions shift from reac­tive or break­down main­te­nance to proac­tive prac­tices such as peri­od­ic main­te­nance and pre­dic­tive main­te­nance. Learn the key 12 activ­i­ties for estab­lish­ing Planned Main­te­nance that are rolled out in 6 phases.

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New Course

Fail­ure Modes & Effects Analy­sis (FMEA)

Fail­ure Modes and Effects Analy­sis, abbre­vi­at­ed FMEA, is a struc­tured approach for iden­ti­fy­ing the ways that a prod­uct or process can fail, what caus­es the fail­ure, and how this affects the cus­tomer. Learn how to apply FMEA to improve the safe­ty, reli­a­bil­i­ty, and per­for­mance of process­es, prod­ucts, and services.

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New TPM Course

TPM: Autonomous Maintenance

TPM engages every­one in the orga­ni­za­tion in activ­i­ties to min­i­mize all types of equip­ment loss­es. The ben­e­fits include increased capac­i­ty, more reli­able process­es, and ele­vat­ed skill lev­els. There are 8 pil­lar activ­i­ties in TPM that sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly improve equip­ment effec­tive­ness while build­ing a robust main­te­nance sys­tem. TPM can be adopt­ed ful­ly step-by-step, or selec­tive­ly to com­ple­ment a lean pro­duc­tion system.


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