Attention to Reliability Leadership Culture is the key to success.
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To stand in these values allows one to "be" a Reliability Leader - which is distinct from "knowing about" Reliability Leadership.
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We asked some of our respected friends whom we consider to be thought leaders to look into the future, share their vision and guide us to take advantage of it to be safer and more successful. Best-selling authors and leading subject-matter experts provide excellent interactive learning on a wide variety of subjects you can put to use immediately when you get back to work. Click here to view
According to Ramesh Gulati, designing for reliability (DfR) is the right approach to build reliability in assets.
IMC-2016 Keynote Video - 47:07 by Breon Klopp, Sestrana Millions of dollars are at stake each week. Man and machine are regularly pushed to the point of failure. Years of preparation culminate in a few short seconds of performance with the success or failure of an entire organization weighing in the balance. The objective is singular; WIN. Click here to watch now
This article explains why it is crucial for the enterprise asset manager to guide department level managers toward an understanding of how to translate their vision into a top level, order of magnitude for change. In other words, a company vision is only good if it can be sold to the executive level team of your organization. Read more here
Everything changed. The new leaders had a different vision; one that might not necessarily be wrong, but clearly different from the past.
The Asset Condition Monitoring (ACM) Project Manager’s Guide is a resource no organization should be without! It provides basic information about what an ACM initiative or organizational component is, how it should be conducted, and who should be involved. The material is presented in a way that helps organizations determine if they are ready to undertake ACM. The guide also identifies processes and practices an organization must embrace or improve, while noting pitfalls to avoid in order to...
For two consecutive years, the data shows that ACM spending is increasing and satisfaction is decreasing, with less than 20 percent of respondents classifying their programs as effective or very effective. More...
This presentation reports on a further evolution - the use of an on-line monitoring system using contact ultrasound sensors to provide a continuous indication of the frictional state and early failure state of rolling element bearings.
Lubrication represents 1-3% of the maintenance budget
Hi everyone! With reliability, maintenance and asset management conferences there are a few things you can do to get the most from your time. Review the schedule and marking up a few "must go to see this" presentations Attend a few presentations that stretch you and challenge your thinking - be open to new ideas Meet and talk to at least 10 people per day that you have never met before Be prepared to share your own knowledge Have fun, get some fresh air, go for a walk! Looking forward to...