July 9, 2012

Monday, July 9, 2012

Consolidate FO and Housing Maintenance Staff: capitalize on economies of scale

  • Continued meetings with the Zone Managers to plan operational details for the transition to the merger and rollout of the zone offices
  • Worked with the zone managers to balance trades and skillsets across the new maintenance zones as well as to balance custodial staff to ensure efficient coverage across zones moving forward
  • Began conducting interviews for the zone assistant custodial supervisor positions; process will be completed by the end of the week with announcements to staff next week

Performance Management: implement cultural change to improve staff engagement

  • Developed interim, paper-based work order management process that will be utilized after the July 9th merger until the go-live of the new Maximo work order module
  • Worked with IT staff and Asset Partners to review current customizations in Maximo and to determine their impact on development efforts moving forward

Zone Maintenance: develop system to reduce supervisory staff and improve efficiency

  • Met with DCM to finalize the roll-out schedule for zone office spaces and ensure that work was progressing according to plan – 5 of 6 zone offices will be ready for move-in on the July 9th merger date; Zone 4 will be temporarily housed in the Housing Maintenance building with Zone 1

Energy Reduction and Sustainability: execute plan with incentives for participation

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