As the CEO of The Little Potato Company, Angela Santiago explains why she looks first for 3 things in her plants:

  1. Are the people safe?
  2. Are the people being cared for, feel valued and are productive?
  3. Are the assets doing the majority of the work?

She also explains how to get executive sponsors to buy in and ‘get’ reliability initiatives. This CEO will provide you insights and resources you may not have known about.

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Reliability Radio EP 279: Matt Boehne, Banetti

Reliability Radio EP 279: Matt Boehne, Banetti

Matt Boehne speaks about the number one problem in the business side is culture. The importance of cross-functional teams. It’s all about people.

Reliability Radio EP 278: Michael Guns, University of Delaware

Reliability Radio EP 278: Michael Guns, University of Delaware

Michael Guns, Associate Director of Maintenance Strategy and Planning for the University of Delaware, speaks about how awareness training is critical for your team in order to focus and crystalize your strategy.

Reliability Radio EP 276: Greg Demchak, Bentley Systems

Reliability Radio EP 276: Greg Demchak, Bentley Systems

You have seen 3D rendering, digital twins, and videos, but you haven’t seen anything like this.

Reliability Radio EP 275: Sean Mullan, 3M

Reliability Radio EP 275: Sean Mullan, 3M

Sean Mullan, Corporate Reliability Engineer at 3M, discusses the cultural shift from traditional maintenance to reliability and digitization.