Reliabilityweb.com has announced Dave Logan, the co-author of Tribal Leadership and Three Laws of Performance, is the keynote speaker and will present a short course at the Reliability 2.0 Las Vegas conference.

Logan’s keynote and a short course will draw on the ideas and research of his two international best-selling books. Tribal Leadership reports on an 8½ year study involving more than 24,000 people. The Three Laws of Performance is generally considered the definitive book on organizational transformation, edited by leadership expert Warren Bennis. Put together, the two books show the five types of tribes and how each can be transformed.

Reliability 2.0 will be held April 8-12 at the Southpoint Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas. It attracts more than 400 maintenance reliability professionals from more than 15 countries each year.

“Dave is a powerful teacher who we fully expect will create immediate changes in the way we think about generating performance and results,” states Terrence O’Hanlon, Publisher for Reliabilityweb.com and Uptime Magazine, a free publication on maintenance reliability. “Maintenance reliability professionals and asset managers are realizing the importance of leadership and culture on their work. Dave has the ability to deliver powerful paradigms that will have impact for participants at Reliability 2.0 Las Vegas.”

There are still seats available for the Reliability 2.0 Conference. To register or get more information, visit http://www.r2conference.com, email crm@reliabilityweb.com, or call (888) 575-1245.

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