All too often organizations are attempting change or improvement efforts and yet, have no formal strategy or roadmap to get there.

Do you recognize that upwards of 70% of all failures are self-induced, either from items like poor maintenance practices, operational errors, sales commitments, and so on?

Interestingly, reliability is not just a Maintenance issue. It takes the entire organization to ensure equipment reliability, not just

Maintenance. It takes engineering, operations, purchasing, materials management, sales, marketing, and executive leadership to create a proactive reliability-centered culture. Not only is the cost of unreliable equipment high, there is the cost of those Maintenance resources required to do the work, typically the most expensive hourly employees within the organization. Are you maximizing their value to the organization?

What is your strategy or road map to help you communicate and engage others to help you drive the changes?

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