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Ron Tussey

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  • One approach we use in our organization that has provided a measurable thumb/nail is an end of job survey.  We use this in on/shore and off/shore environments. 
    We have seven open ended questions within a specific category (i.e. Job design, Crew performance, etc) on a 1 to 5 likert scale with five being best practice equivalent and three be…[Read more]

  • Ron Tussey replied to the topic Process Management in the forum General 18 years, 6 months ago

    Tracey,
    Where I agree with the response from Mike I would take it just a bit farther in that:
    1)  Highest Management must want it to happen
    2) Be very clear on what they expect as results
    3) Be totally willing to committ (time & expence)
    4) Take an active role in monitoring both progress and results
    5) Be willing to tip the silo onto their…[Read more]

  • Ron Tussey replied to the topic Process Management in the forum Finance 18 years, 6 months ago

    Tracey,
    Where I agree with the response from Mike I would take it just a bit farther in that:
    1)  Highest Management must want it to happen
    2) Be very clear on what they expect as results
    3) Be totally willing to committ (time & expence)
    4) Take an active role in monitoring both progress and results
    5) Be willing to tip the silo onto their…[Read more]

  • Trevor,

    I work for a global company of over 100,000 employee’s whose core business is providing oilfield services. We have many disciplines represented from Engineering & Construction, Sub-Sea & Sub-Surface Technologies involved in a “Stake-to-Tank” one-stop shop for oil producers.

    Within that organization, as you can imagine, the Quality group…[Read more]