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Pre-Conference Plant Manager Survey
 
Thank you for participating in our survey. You feedback will guide the topic discussion at the Plant Manager's networking breakfast on the 17th of September - TRACC Americas Conference 2010.

This survey is for data-gathering purposes only; all responses will remain anonymous. The Company Name and Site/unit name text boxes below are optional fields.
 
Company Name:
Site/unit name:
 
1. How long ago did you establish your Steering Committee?
    > 2 years ago
1-2 years ago
More than 6 months and less than one year ago
<6 months ago
Not yet established
     
2. Who truly owns and leads the change process within your facility?
    Line/Operations leadership with support from TRACC facilitators/Corporate
TRACC facilitators with support from Operations/Corporate
Corporate and we toe the line and execute the strategy
No-one effectively owns and leads the change process
     
3. Does your Steering Committee have adequate representation from different stakeholder groups? (Operators, Unions, Team Leaders, Craftspeople, Quality, etc.)?
    Yes, as full members of the Steering Committee
Yes but attendance is variable
No, however we invite hourly employees on an ad hoc basis
No, the Steering Committee consists solely of plant management and staff
     
4. The Steering Committee has provided sufficient resources for the change process? (TRACC Facilitators, Master Trainers/Trainers, Best Practice Champions, time and money)
    Yes, all the support people are trained and are actively supporting the change process
Yes, all the support people are trained but engagement/ability is variable
Yes, but training/engagement/ability are not yet where we want them to be
No, there are still gaps in provision of resources
     
5. Does the Site Steering Committee have a code of conduct (rules of engagement: frequency, duration, agenda for meetings, etc.)? Do you adhere to those rules of engagement?
    Yes, and we adhere to them most or all of the time
Yes, but we don’t adhere to them
No, we do not have them in place
     
6. How often does your Steering Committee meet?
    Weekly
Bi-weekly
Monthly
Quarterly
Rarely, irregular or never
     
7. Who leads these meetings?
    Site / Plant Manager
Site TRACC Facilitator
Other 
     
8. Has your Steering Committee developed or adopted a Vision for the change process?
    Yes, it paints a picture of the future organization and has strong buy-in from employees
Yes, it paints a picture of the future organization but does not yet have strong buy-in from all employees
Yes, but we are still refining it
No
     
9. Does the Steering Committee actively manage risks to the change process?
   
Yes, we did an initial risk analysis, review and update it regularly, and actively manage out risks to the process
We did an initial risk analysis, review and update it regularly, but are not yet happy with the way we manage out risks to the process
We did an initial risk analysis but do not keep it up to date
We have never done a formalized risk analysis
     
10. Does the Steering Committee actively manage different stakeholder groups (Awareness, Acceptance, Action)? At a minimum these would include the Trade Union (if appropriate), Operators, Craft, Team Leaders, Middle Management, Senior Leadership, Quality, Maintenance/Engineering & Enabling Functions (HR, Finance, IT, etc.)
   
Yes, we did an initial stakeholder analysis, review and update it regularly, and appropriately manage all interactions with the different groups
We did an initial stakeholder analysis, review and update it regularly, but are not yet happy with the way we interact with the different groups
We did an initial stakeholder analysis but do not keep it up to date
We have never done a formalized stakeholder analysis
     
11. How did you address Stage 2 "Stop 'n' Thinks' within the Foundational TRACC practices?
   
The Steering Committee addressed them (within guidelines established by Corporate) prior to the first Implementation Task Force Workshop
The Steering Committee addressed them (no guidelines established by Corporate) prior to the first Implementation Task Force Workshop
The TRACC facilitators or Continuous Improvement specialists addressed them prior to the Implementation Task Force workshop
The individual Best Practice Champions addressed them prior to the Implementation Task Force workshop
We have not yet addressed them
The Implementation Task Forces will address/addressed them as part of the Implementation Planning Process
     
12. Do the enabling functions (HR, Finance, IT, etc.) actively support the change process?
   
Yes, they have a full understanding of TRACC and are actively engaged in supporting the change process
Yes, they are engaged in supporting the process but don't yet fully understand TRACC
Engagement is variable and they don't fully understand TRACC
We have not really involved the enabling functions in the change process
     
13. What is the single most important thing that you've done / will do to lead your site in successfully implementing TRACC / Best Practices?
   
     
14. Is there anything you've done in leading your site in the TRACC implementation—a mistake or omission—which if you had the chance, you would do differently?
   
     
15. What is the single most important positive impact for your site that you believe the TRACC implementation will bring?
   
     
16. What is the single most important positive impact for you personally that you believe the TRACC implementation will bring?
   
     
17. What is the single biggest challenge that you as a site face in implementing TRACC? How are you addressing it?
   
     
18. Do you feel that the person(s) to whom you report understand TRACC and support your site adequately to allow you to implement it well? If not, please describe what additional understanding or support you'd like to see.
    Yes, completely.
No
   
     
19. What additional tools, resources or support could the TRACC® product or your corporate experts and/or external consultants provide to support your site better in successfully implementing the TRACC® Best Practices?
   
     
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