In the ever-evolving landscape of modern industry, organisations often face complex challenges that can, not only threaten productivity, but can also jeopardise the very foundation of effective and safe operation. Such problem that plagues many industries is: large, serious, and potentially… Devastating. We call this, the “Shark Bite Problem”
Understanding the Shark Bite Problem
The Shark Bite Problem encompasses several critical aspects that directly impact an organisation’s ability to function efficiently and safely:
- Incomplete Teams and Downtime: One facet of this problem is the formation of incomplete teams. When work teams are not adequately staffed or lack the necessary skills, it becomes impossible to commence work safely and on time. This results in costly downtime, which can significantly affect an organisation’s bottom line.
- Inadequate Competencies and Output: Another aspect of the Shark Bite Problem revolves around worker competencies. When employees lack the required skills or possess inadequate skills, they are unable to deliver high productivity. This not only affects the quality and efficiency of work but also leads to financial losses.
It’s evident that addressing these issues is of paramount importance for organisations striving to remain competitive and sustainable in the face of rapidly evolving job roles and skill requirements.
Enter the Tutis system – a comprehensive solution designed to tackle the Shark Bite Problem head-on. The Tutis system is built with a clear set of objectives aimed at enhancing organisational capability and lifting productivity while ensuring the safety of production processes. Our 3 main objectives are as follows:
Objective 1: Enhancing Organisational Capability
The Tutis system accomplishes this by managing rapid onboarding, ensuring optimal worker deployment, handling a diverse range of competencies, and improving staff retention through effective skills development. Check out our customer case study (EPSA) to fully understand how we tackled this head-on.
Objective 2: Boosting Productivity
The Tutis system streamlines mobilisation and onboarding processes, reducing delays and costs associated with incomplete teams. It also guarantees that employees possess the necessary competencies to prevent productivity bottlenecks caused by inadequate skills. Check out our customer case study (Foxleigh) to fully understand how we tackled this head-on.
Objective 3: Ensuring Competency Maintenance and Development
The Tutis system excels in this objective by managing workforce skills expiration, promoting continuous skill refreshment, and enhancing skills competency and proficiency through tailored training and development programs.
Furthermore, the Tutis system aligns with broader organisational goals, ensuring compliance with regulations, industry standards, and corporate competency requirements while meeting higher governance standards and stakeholder expectations.
In conclusion, the Shark Bite Problem is a looming threat to safe production and productivity in today’s rapidly changing work environment. The Tutis system emerges as a robust solution, addressing the challenges posed by incomplete teams, inadequate competencies, and the need for effective skills management. Stay tuned for Part 2 where we will delve deeper into how the Tutis system accomplishes these objectives and safeguards safe production and productivity.