Over the past decade, the reliability and maintenance discipline has seen significant change. Yet many organizations still continue to face the same problems:
- Poor performance: Maintenance strategies deteriorate over time, leading to poor asset performance and missed reliability targets.
- Unplanned failures: An endless cycle of reactive maintenance means time spent repairing failures instead of addressing systemic problems.
- High costs: Without optimal strategies deployed to all assets all the time, maintenance costs are higher than they need to be.
- Significant risk: Strategies are changed without approval or differ from the agreed upon strategy exposing you to significant risk.
Watch the video for an introduction to the book Asset Strategy Management ASMx: A Leader's Guide to Reliability Transformation in the digital age.