OIM launches new payoff line at Mining Indaba

Operational improvement management specialist OIM Consulting has launched a new payoff line at the 2024 Investing in African Mining Indaba – ‘Refining Lives. Releasing Value.’ – which captures the value added by the company’s Supervisory Development Programme.

Feature: Mining Elites in Africa 2024

OIM Unlocks long-term value and profitability by focusing on the performance of the people who manage the daily environment – your operational and front-line leaders.

Refining Lives. Releasing Value.

From its early roots in cross-cultural mediation to becoming one of the leading business improvement consultancies in Africa, the story of OIM Consulting is an extraordinary one. Read about OIM’s journey to becoming a leaer in equipping supervisors for operational excellence.

Why a war room will help you win

The intention of a war room is to provide a routine and highly visual perspective of a plan’s execution, as it unfolds in real-time at an operational level.

Is a mechanised mine the only answer?

What is the key difference between a conventional and mechanised mine? Simply put, a conventional mine is rooted in manual operations and typically needs many workers to meet production targets, while mechanised mines are facilitated by machinery and digital systems.

The mine’s operating model – and why your people underpin it

In its simplest form, a company’s operating model can be described as a visualisation of its business strategy. The intent of the model is to provide a clear framework or blueprint for how this strategy is executed to deliver on the organisation’s goals.