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This week we're shining the spotlight on our Account Executive, Liam. A fun fact about him is that he’s a huge movie fan: his personal favorite is The Talented Mr. Ripley (we’re curious to hear yours – share it in the comments below). Read on to get to know Liam. ➡️❓What motivates you?✨Working with an amazing and talented team leads me to constantly learn new things and grow as a Fiixer!❓Tell us something fun that you do in your spare time.✨ I’m an avid traveler and have been to 11 countries so far in 2022! ❓What do you love about your role/the work that you do?✨ As an Account Executive, I get to work with a wide range of customers and help them achieve maintenance success. This means always facing new and exciting challenges. ❓What has been your proudest moment at Fiix?✨ When I joined the AE team at Fiix, I had the chance to reflect on how much I’ve learned since starting as a SDR. I’m very proud of the skills and knowledge I’ve gained so far in my Fiix journey!
In this article we’ll cover how to set clear roles that bring clarity and confidence to your next maintenance project by following the RACI framework. The benefit of this framework is that everyone knows exactly what they are doing and what is expected of them.ResponsibleThese are the people who are doing the work Make sure they know exactly what they need to do, why it needs to be done, what success looks like, what resources are available to them, and what to do in case of roadblocksAccountableThis is the person who is making decisions, charting the course for the project, and ultimately in charge of the results There should only be one person accountable to create focus, streamline approvals and make it clear who to go with for questions or problemsConsultedThese are the people who will be part of the decision-making, quality assurance and execution process. They are impacted by the project and need to have a say in it. They are also experts in their area of business and can give cr
I’m Justine and I head up The Fiixers. Am so pumped to have this space with all of you, as I’ve learned from my various conversations how many shared experiences there are across our community...no matter what industry you’re in.So I encourage you to introduce yourself on this post and check out who else is part of The Fiixers as we build this member thread. Then start reaching out and connecting with this amazing brain trust of knowledge that makes up our growing community. Feel free to also share your hobbies, interests...as am sure we all have more in common than just work 😀When I’m not busy with The Fiixers I’m getting out on my bike and soaking up the fall colors.
Our plant was recently presented with a 100% schedule compliance requirement for all Fiix work orders. While I admire the passion behind this goal, I don’t think this is feasible. Don’t misunderstand, I’m not advocating for laziness or that high goals shouldn’t be striven towards, but my understanding is that world-class schedule compliance percentages are in the low to mid 90’s.Can anyone weigh in on what would constitute as world-class schedule compliance? And more than that, what would you say to look for to bring it up to that level. For reference, our plant’s compliance percentage is around 65%.Bonus points to anyone who has 100% compliance (we hold you in great esteem) and can give some tips to us slow pokes.
This week, we're shining the spotlight on our Senior Marketing Operation Specialist, Zhasmina. A fun fact about her is the photo you see above is her standing at Praça do Comércio in Lisbon, Portugal, this past summer. It was her first time traveling there, and she absolutely recommends adding Portugal to your travel bucket list! Read on to get to know Zhasmina. ➡️❓What motivates you?✨Learning something new and helping people.❓Tell us something fun that you do in your spare time.✨ Recently I really got into pilates/barre! These exercises strengthen my body and soothe my mind. ❓What do you love about your role/the work that you do?✨ I love to work with different teams across the organization to ensure that all of our marketing campaigns are executed flawlessly and on time. That way, I can get to know a lot of amazing Fiixers!❓What has been your proudest moment at Fiix?✨ I feel incredibly proud whenever a teammate says I made their job easier. It's the little things!
One thing in maintenance is always true; risk can only be managed and not outright eliminated. So if equipment failure is inevitable, you need to know how to reduce the likelihood of failure and react when it happens. This is where a failure mode and effects analytics (FMEA) can come in handy.Whether you’re looking to be more proactive or are focused on continuous improvement with your maintenance strategy, we’ve created a template to help you. Use it to map failure modes for critical equipment so you can develop better SOPs, maintenance schedules, and emergency procedures. You can get a sneak peek of the template and download it below.
Criticality and reliability-centered maintenance go hand-in-hand, but how do we determine what makes a piece of equipment “critical”? In short, it all comes down to risk. Performing a criticality analysis allows you to understand the potential risks that could impact your business.To get you started, we’ve created an asset criticality analysis template to help you build better maintenance schedules, prioritize PMs, sort backlogs, purchase parts, and more. You can get a sneak peek of the template and download it below.
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