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Die Lehrveranstaltung konzentriert sich auf Standard-Betriebssysteme (general-purpose operating systems) und diskutiert deren Techniken und Ansätze an verschiedenen Beispielen. Auf diesen Seiten finden Sie Unterlagen zu den Vorlesungen, die laufend ergänzt werden. Insbesondere finden Sie einige Foliensätze, die über das in der Vorlesung gezeigte Material hinausgehen. Als Teilnehmer der Lehrveranstaltung sind Sie berechtigt Kopien der Unterlagen für Ihre eigene Verwendung anzufertigen. Jeglic ...
 
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Do you need help scaling your business? What about hiring and managing employees?Are you implementing technology to streamline your business? Do you have problems you're trying to solve? If you answered yes to any of the above, you can benefit from learning to Optimize For Outcomes. With a base in systems thinking, process improvement and a 20 year technical consulting corporate career, I'm sharing the most important knowledge for growing and managing a business successfully. Applying system ...
 
With the wide product breadth Parker Hannifin has to offer, wrapping your head around everything motion systems and controls can be daunting. Join two of Parker Hydraulic Valve Division's young engineers, Brian Baranek and Mitch Eichler, as they try to de-mystify everything hydraulic valves and their applications. Tune in as they review products, discuss applications, interview market experts, unveil division programs and showcase Parker promotions and partners. If you are looking for a reli ...
 
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If you want to get more efficient and/or grow your business or team, learning how to automate business processes is critical to reaching that outcome. I will sequence how you can approach automating business processes and give you some pointers on things to do and things to avoid. Having this lightweight framework will give you a mental model for t…
 
Kip Moore said it best- there's "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" and this episode of Hydraulic Valve Dialogue is no different! We sit down with Billy Banks and Nick Roberto to learn about the truck market! We'll discuss the vocational truck team, the markets, and what makes a work truck! From Salt and snow, refuse, on-highway, and off-highway, to wet-line…
 
If you want to improve business processes, a simple mental model can help you with your approach. Eliminate, Consolidate, Automate Eliminate the things you're doing that aren't helping you achieve your desired outcomes or adding value to the Customer. Consolidate like "things" in your business into a single process to manage them. Automate your bus…
 
A SIPOC is a process improvement tool that you can use to map a business process. SIPOC is an acronym that stands for Supplier, Input, Process Step, Output, Customer. Use it to map these attributes of a business system. You can then use this information to identify changes to make to improve your system. I've added some additional elements to the S…
 
You can better manage your employees using swimlane diagrams. A swimlane diagram is going to help you understand the dynamics between different roles in your business or team and help you identify potential problems or conflicts. You're also going to gain perspective on the work the team is actually doing which you can use for goal setting and care…
 
Use a swimlane diagram to document your processes. Draw lanes left to right for each person or tech in a process and then draw out each step in the process and put it in the swimlane for the person or tech responsible for that tech. This will help you see and understand where handoffs are happening in your process as well as rework and process loop…
 
Here are four different applications you can use to draw swimlane diagrams. Each has its own benefits, so weigh what's right for you and your business and make a decision. MS Visio - very powerful and tightly integrated with Microsoft's other productivity apps. It's not part of Office though and requires additional licenses which might be cost-proh…
 
A swimlane diagram is a tool that you can use to get a detailed view of a process in your business. It's used when you need a deeper understanding of a process than a process narrative can provide. It's useful when trying to get more efficient with your process or as training documentation for new employees. Oftentimes, just by creating a swimlane …
 
If you manage employees in your business, add root cause analysis to the way you think Doing root cause analysis can help you better understand performance issues and solve any problem you're facing while managing people. You'll understand the problems on a deeper level and come up with better solutions, saving you time, energy, and money in the lo…
 
How can root cause analysis help your business grow? Growing a business, you need to get effectiveness and efficiency right first. To do that, you have to solve problems that are preventing effectiveness and efficiency. Use the 5 whys to get to root causes of problems and solve the problems that really matter.…
 
Using technology can help you do root cause analysis in your business. Keep in mind that a root cause analysis is more about thinking, so the best tools are things you can use to give reminders to ask follow-up questions.Brian J Keith
 
We here at Hydraulic Valve Dialogue like to think we are pretty fly- but nothing compares to the Parker Aerospace Group. This week Mitch and Brian sit down with Jim Mikolich for a 30,000 foot view on the Aerospace side. He's the engineering team leader for field service engineering out of Customer Support Operations. Not sure what that is?.. We did…
 
Root Cause Analysis is a way of thinking to help you look beyond surface level symptoms and solve problems at a deeper level. This will save you time, energy, and money which will make it easier for you to grow your business and build for the long term. You'll solve the right problems faster and with better solutions than if you treat surface-level…
 
Understanding the difference between effectiveness and efficiency is critical for improving your business. If you don't do this, you won't know how to fix the problems that are preventing your growth and preventing you from achieving your desired outcomes.Brian J Keith
 
If you want to grow your business successfully, you need to work on your effectiveness and efficiency before trying to scale. Businesses that don't do this will run into problems quickly, and those problems will be major roadblocks to any growth.Brian J Keith
 
Using technology to survey Customers is a great way to understand the effectiveness of your products. For internal business systems, most software has built-in metrics that will give you an understanding of the effectiveness of the system using the software.Brian J Keith
 
| Effectiveness and Efficiency are often misunderstood. In business, knowing the difference can be the difference between your business growing or remaining stagnant. I talk through examples of scaling, using technology to better understand your effectiveness and efficiency, and how to think about the effectiveness and efficiency of how your busine…
 
No matter where your business is at today, taking the time to do a time study can help you better understand where your time is going and what you can do to get more efficient with your work. Whether your business is brand new or has been around for years, take a week to track your time, get a better understanding of where your time is going, and m…
 
A time study will help you understand the work that needs to get done in your business on a deeper level. Understanding this will help you hire the right people and will help you distribute the work amongst your employees. In this episode, Brian dives deep into an example of using the data that comes from a time study to make better hiring decision…
 
A time study will help you understand the work that needs to get done in your business on a deeper level. You'll see how much time your business is spending on different activities during the week. This will give you an understanding of the skill sets that you need in your business as well as the amount of time a new hire would stay busy. Understan…
 
Excel or Google Sheets are great tools to use to track a time study. There's a template on the Optimize For Outcomes resource site or you can make your own. You only need a few columns in your spreadsheet. Track the person doing the work (if you have more employees in your business), the system that the work pertains to, a label for the work being …
 
This episode is all about training and the excellent resources we have at Parker and beyond! Join Kyle Gerhardstein for an inside look at the Parker Learning Institute! Sit down with the first fluid power influencer, Lunchbox Session's very own, Carl Dyke! Plus get first hand accounts on the benefits on PLI and lunchbox from some of the latest crop…
 
Performing a time study will help you understand and eliminate wasted hours in your business. By reducing waste, that means you're making your business more efficient. When you go to scale your business, you'll need less work to get bigger because you've eliminated waste that would have otherwise scaled along with the revenue. Visit What is a Time …
 
A time study is a tool that you can use to help make your business more efficient and more effective. It's one of the most common tools that Brian uses with Clients looking to scale their business or get more time back in their day. Follow along while Brian covers some of the benefits of a time study and how to do your own for your business.…
 
If you're just getting started with continuous improvement, here's a step-by-step guide on how to approach it. First, define the major systems in your business. What are the things you do to make your business work? Now, identify which one is giving you the most trouble. This could be taking too much time, costing too much money, isn't giving you t…
 
A mindset of continuous improvement means you are regularly looking at what you're doing and trying to make improvements. One mental model that will help you do this is the "Five Whys." Anytime you are confronted with a problem you're trying to solve and you ask yourself, "why is this happening?" don't just stop there. Continue asking "why" until y…
 
If you're hiring or thinking of hiring, you can use continuous Improvement to help you do that. Continuous Improvement is going to help you understand the work that's happening on a deeper level and the documentation you create when continuously improving your business will help you identify who to hire and how much work you have for them to do. It…
 
Continuous Improvement requires continuous tracking of performance. An easy way to do that is to use Excel or Google Sheets to track some basic stats on your systems each week or month. Another tool you can use is a project management application like Asana or Basecamp. Use this to manage the different tasks you want to do to improve your business …
 
Continuous Improvement will make everything you do more efficient. As your business gains efficiency, that makes it easier to scale. When you scale your business, you scale the bad along with the good. If your business is full of inefficiency, that will scale along with the positives, leading to more wasted time, energy, and dollars. By improving w…
 
Continuous Improvement is a mindset that can help all aspects of your business. Use it to improve the efficiency of your systems which will make it easier to scale your business. Improve the way you deploy technology, saving you time and money. Better hire and manage employees, giving them a better experience. Solve problems in an effective and eff…
 
You can break a system down into its parts and then align those parts to the desired outcomes of the system. Make sure the inputs, process steps, and outputs are needed to achieve the desired outcomes of the system. If anything is out of alignment, make the adjustments needed to get your system aligned.…
 
The desired outcomes of each system should help you reach the desired Ultimate Outcomes of your business. Make sure you're adequately covering your desired Ultimate Outcomes with the systems in your business. If you have a gap, identify it and fix it as appropriate.Brian J Keith
 
At some point, you have to change what you're doing if you want to get better outcomes. The methodological approach to this is to look at the parts of an individual system. The parts of the system that give you the outcomes that you're getting are inputs, process steps, and outputs. Learn about breaking down the pieces of a system and the questions…
 
To better align the activities within your business, break the things you do down into systems and relate each system to your desired Ultimate Outcomes (why are you in business?). Each system should have its own desired outcome (why do you want the outputs of this system in your business?)Brian J Keith
 
If you want to get more efficient and quit wasting time and money, start aligning what you're doing in your business. The first step is to define your desired Ultimate Outcomes. Answer the question "Why are you in business? What is it you are ultimately trying to achieve?"Brian J Keith
 
One of the biggest sources of waste in a business comes from misalignment of the things a business is doing to the desired outcomes of the business. Systems Thinking can help you see and fix that misalignment to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your business. This will save you time and money while allowing you to scale more easily.…
 
If you need to improve anything in your business, you can use systems thinking to do it. Systems thinking is all about seeing your business in systems which then allows you to apply mental models and tools to make improvements to the system. Because systems have the same attributes, these tools work on any system in your business, no matter what th…
 
If you need to develop a new product, systems thinking can help you do it. Two sides to this… What is the Customer going to do with your product? What do you need to do to deliver your product? You can use systems thinking to help you answer those questions and map out all of the things you need to do to build and release your new product.…
 
I talked earlier in the week about when to use systems thinking in business. One of the outcomes you can achieve by paying systems thinking is to increase profits. I want to dive deeper into that today. Profits is a word that is used in different ways, so let's start by defining profit. Profit is the amount of money your business is bringing in aft…
 
Increasing profits is first about increasing efficiency Your business has inputs… resources you need to run your business. Time, software, services, anything you pay money for. Your business has outputs. Sales in the case of profits. Efficiency is the ratio of inputs to outputs. You get more efficient by improving that ratio. Systems thinking can h…
 
When your business is small, you can be disorganized and inefficient. Everything takes more time, but with lower volumes, it's not seen as a big problem. You feel accomplished because you're working so hard for so many hours a day and making money. When you try and scale when disorganized and inefficient, problems get magnified very quickly because…
 
Use systems thinking to solve problems in your business. Most problems are because something happened that shouldn't have or something didn't happen that should have. Since systems are how you do things, this means you can use systems thinking tools and mental models to understand what happened and change it going forward.…
 
When to Use Systems Thinking in Business After folks start to learn the ins and outs of systems thinking, one of the next questions asked is "when can I use systems thinking in my business?" Before I get into the answer, let's do a quick recap of what systems thinking is and what a system is. Systems Thinking is using a "systems" lens to look at th…
 
Building off the Framework for Systems Thinking In Business, I talk through the four systems that every business must have. Traffic Conversion Delivery Accounting The framework can be viewed/downloaded at https://www.optimizeforoutcomes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/FLOWDIAGRAM.pngBrian J Keith
 
I go through some of the history of the framework used to think about any business in terms of systems. This is a foundational piece to thinking about your business in systems. I also cover how to start using the framework to think about your business within the context of the framework. The diagram discussed in the podcast can be downloaded from h…
 
Grab your passport...Hydraulic Valve Dialogue has gone international! Listen in as we sit down with Volker Pahl and Michael Esser from Parker ISDE or "The Germans." Come for the impressive amount of engineering behind their products. Stay for details behind some of the most grueling applications we have had on this show! By the end of this episode,…
 
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