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Topic: Learning is Change.  Change is Learning


 

  • Prosci’s® Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking report data on the role change management plays in learning
  • How ADKAR® determines when someone is ready for change
  • What motivates a person to change their behavior and sustain it
  • How to apply the 3A Learning® process
  • Why all learners go through the valley of despair and how to help them climb out
  • What to do about resistance
 

Bill Wilder, M. Ed.

Executive Director, Life Cycle Engineering

Bill is the founder and director of the Life Cycle Institute (LCI), the learning, leadership and change management practice at Life Cycle Engineering (LCE). Bill led the creation of 3A Learning®, a process that incorporates the concepts of active learning and change management. He has worked with many organizations to develop learning solutions that engage people and drive accountability for behavior changes that deliver results. Bill leads the change management practice at LCE and is a Prosci Advanced Instructor and Certified Change Management Professional. He has written several articles and produced videos on the topics of learning and change management, demonstrating his authority in the discipline.

  

 

Topic: Increasing Reliability and Availability, what works and what does not work



Much is, and has been, written on increasing reliability and availability of our equipment; but now we can see with real life experience what actually works and what does not.

 

Michael Eisenbise PE, CMRP, CPE, CPMM, CRL

Principal Reliability Engineer, BP Refining

Michael Eisenbise has 42 years of maintenance technology and reliability experience.  

Eisenbise is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) with the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals Certifying Organization (SMRPCO), a Certified Plant Engineer (CPE) with the Association of Facility Engineers (AFE), a Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM) with the AFE, and a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) with the Association of Asset Management Professionals.   He is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Florida.

Eisenbise holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University, and a Master’s Degree in Maintenance and Reliability from Monash University in Australia.

Michael is a former Chairman of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals. (SMRP) and, he is the current Chairman of the Houston Chapter of the Society of Reliability Engineers. 

  

 
September Webinar - Michael Eisenbise - TBD
 

 

Topic: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)


 

The newest technology topic for maintenance managers, facility/reliability engineers and asset management is IIoT. What is this IIoT? Also known as the Industrial Internet, IIoT incorporates machine learning and big data technology, harnessing the sensor data, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and automation technologies that have existed in industrial settings for years.


John R. Murphy started Gallatin Management Services on his retirement in 2016 from CSX as Chief Mechanical Officer - Engineering and Strategy. CSX is a leading freight transportation company headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida with over 29,000 employees and $11 billion in annual revenues. Originally from Montana, John holds degrees in Management and Marketing, and an MBA with post-graduate work in Transportation. For the last seven years he has been an international quality judge and routinely speaks or writes on the subjects of continuous improvement, change, asset management, predicative analytics/IOT, and reliability.

 

In his CMO role, John was responsible for development of locomotive and railcar business intelligence systems, physical infrastructure modernization, creation of asset management and workforce planning strategies, and led the Mechanical, Electrical, and Industrial Engineering maintenance functions.

 

He founded Gallatin with the objective of helping businesses, agencies, and the military by providing comprehensive solutions optimizing the reliability, availability, and cost management of their physical assets. As part of his support in driving those leading asset management practices, John recently joined the Association of Asset Management Professionals, part of the Reliabilityweb.com network, as Senior Business Advisor.