Is it Overall Equipment Efficiency or Effectiveness?
Overall Equipment Efficiency is often used where Overall Equipment Effectiveness is intendet.
Is it wrong to call OEE ‘Overall Equipment Efficiency’?
Calling OEE ‘Overall Equipment Efficiency’ is fundamentally wrong because efficiency relates to the input side of the process where effectiveness (which OEE measures) relates to its output side.
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