downtime through implementation of proactive reliability strategies
Achieve Your Greatest Potential, Assure Your Company’s Greatest Success
Transformational Performance Solutions, LLC, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, develops reliability leaders in their noble pursuit of achieving performance potential. For more than 30 years, Nathan C. Wright, Ph.D, PMP, CMRP has helped leaders around the world develop their most valuable resource: themselves.
To help your organization achieve peak performance, Dr. Wright focuses on:
Bold, no-nonsense Senior Manager with experience
in successfully transforming companies in the heavy equipment, manufacturing,
mining, and defense industries. In-depth abilities in the management of
Maintenance and Reliability Engineering programs, including programs focused on
Safety and Design for Reliability. Using failure mode effects analysis (FMEA)
to implement a true proactive reliability design going beyond root cause
analysis focusing on not allowing the failure to begin. Not copying “best
practices” but building “next practices” that have significantly increased the reliability
of multi-million dollar systems to the benefit of client and company alike.
Nathan has enjoyed an impressive career working for some of the
nation's leading defense, mining, manufacturing, and food and beverage
corporations. And while he enjoyed leading teams and organizations, he
began to work with corporate training programs and lecture series that
did little to develop effective leadership skills. Analyzing the ways in
which professionals learn and apply leadership skills, Nathan
developed a transformational approach that is vastly different from the
transactional methods typically used.
How to Begin with the End in Mind
Convene your team leaders for a strategic planning session (game film review) focused on achieving members’ vision of the company’s ideal future. Include a diverse group of stakeholders to tap into organizational knowledge and create realistic outcomes that will be eagerly adopted with expansive organizational ownership. Leaders discover “What has created past success”, dream “What will be achieved”, dialogue on strategies and tactics to reach the dream, and finally, design the plans going forward. Using methods of appreciative inquiry, participants customize a process to construct strategies and allegiance, and are left rejuvenated for executions.