A.W Schultz is a manufacturing consultant and reliability trainer who helps organizations increase productivity and profitability through his Adaptive Work Management process. According to Schultz, technicians can waste up to 23% of their time due to inefficiencies in planning and scheduling. By implementing his process, companies can improve overall efficiencies, increase value-added work (also known as “wrench time”), create autonomy for employees, and increase engagement throughout the business.
The Adaptive Work Management process focuses on transparent and ethical leader behavior and encourages open communication and decision-making with input from team members. It involves validating problem statements, determining root causes, planning and scheduling work, and providing feedback for continuous improvement. A.W Schultz works with factory leadership to improve maintenance work management and create a sustainable process for increased reliability, sustainability, and profitability.
Schultz has over 25 years of experience working with major companies and has received testimonials from satisfied clients. He offers trainings on Adaptive Work Management and preparing for the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) exam. If you’re interested in learning more about Schultz and his approach, you can visit his website or contact him for more information.