Building a Continuous Improvement Culture To Drive Lubrication Reliability Results

Paul Grimes, VP of Marketing, Lubrication Engineers


The old saying is true: “Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch.” As a former Continuous Improvement Champion with a large outdoor products company, I knew that we needed to change the culture before we started focusing on specific improvements. Over the course of five years we established a new culture that helped provide the support, tools and funding necessary to make improvements across the company. This presentation will focus on how it was done, with a goal of providing ideas that you can translate into actions within your own continuous improvement program.