Attaining success through consistency
Keynotes with Sebastian Jost
Sebastian Jost is an expert in project management and systems engineering. His main focus is on process optimisation, professionalization of project management and operations. He sees his primary leadership task as being the development and advancement of employees and consistent communication of “Why?“. In addition to his management activities for BMS Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Sebastian Jost is also COO of EOL Packaging Experts GmbH, Kirchlengern.
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Sebastian Jost in interview - SAT1 Bayern on 17.12.2021
Glass instead of plastic - BMS shows sustainable concept on SAT1 Bayern
The topic of the programme is "Sustainability at Bavarian Companies" and, in addition to the interview, includes exciting anecdotes about production or assembly plants as well as the internal commissioning of such plants. Take a look, it's worth it!
27th Bottle Cellar Seminar – 10th + 11th of May 2022, Lecture hall 4 in StudiTUM, Freising
Cloud-based project management @BMS – or how the concept of consistent transparency changed project communication.
Feel free to watch the teaser for our Bottle Cellar Seminar HERE
Please note: The date for the 27th Bottle Cellar Seminar has been rescheduled. We now look forward to the 10th + 11th of May 2022!
IntraSmart – 21st of September 2021, Technology Centre Puls, University of Applied Sciences Landshut at Dingolfing
Success through consistency along the entire LEAN line - or how a tractor made production in special-purpose machinery manufacturing efficient on a consistent basis.
How can manufacturing companies be competitive in a high-wage country like Germany? The answer is actually very simple: effective and efficient processes in production and in-house logistics supply are absolutely key. So far, so good. The necessity and the goal have thus been identified. Putting it briefly: how does a company develop a cutting edge, state-of-the-art production?
Sebastian Jost talks about these milestones, among others:
- • Creating a concept for production optimisation in a new building
- • Introduction of flow production for machines with dimensions of up to 4 x 12 m
- • Optimisation of logistics and production control
- • Reorganising the development and design of machines
- • Development of software (LOP 4.0) for digitally supporting shop floor management – from design to acceptance
Digital Live Event@BMS – 17th + 18th of November 2020 in Pfatter
Cloud-based project management minimises risk – LOP 4.0
Every project in plant engineering is subject to certain risk factors. Poor project management can ultimately limit production or bring it to a complete standstill. Not only does this have direct business and organisational consequences, it also damages the company’s reputation.