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For manufacturing companies who wants to  measure productivity:
Get my free video about how to measure productivity using OEE - Overall Equipment Effectiveness! 

In order to improve you need to measure. OEE is a common productivity indicator, revealing losses and enables the elimination of these.
This video shows you how to calculate OEE and what you need to be aware of before implementing OEE.

How do you measure productivity? OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a common productivity indicator, revealing losses and enables the elimination of these. The video shows you how to determine the OEE of a machine. 
  • How to determine the productivity - OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) of a machine 
  • How to break down the OEE into different losses in order to improve the productivity. 
  • What you need to be aware of when define the available production time. This is crucial for your OEE calculation!
  • Pros and Cons when using OEE as a productivity indicator. 

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Lean Manager, Kongsberg Maritime Subsea

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Project Manager, Cambi AS

Sissel P. Lundeby owns and operates Lean Tech. She has a master within chemical engineering from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and 15 years experience within manufacturing and environmental technology. While she was employed at a US company she achieved a Black Belt certification within Six Sigma.

Sissel Pedersen Lundeby, Consultant / Advisor, Lean Tech

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