Old is relative.
I can remember thinking my dad was old when he turned 50. While I might look old to my kids I don’t feel old. When I look in the mirror each morning I still see the person I saw yesterday and he doesn’t look any older than he did the day before.
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I really enjoy Maintenance and Reliability Conferences, I know… I’m supposed to call these Asset Management Conferences but I’m old school I guess. I prefer to manage people and maintain assets. And, if one does well with both they should have reliable equipment but I am already off on a tangent. I enjoy conference because […]Continue Reading →
It’s gotten to the point where I have begun to look at the back of my shirt when I take it off at night. There has to be a sign someplace that says “Send This Man a Survey”!
Maybe I have created my own problem because I have participated in so many in the past. […]Continue Reading →
We all have flaws. No one is perfect. We all put our pants on one leg at a time. Life is really about understanding our strengths and weaknesses.
Anyone who has experienced their share of success and as well as failure in the business world has heard these phrases before. […]Continue Reading →
I can honestly say, nobody I know of likes reading or hearing about recalls in the automotive industry. I recently read about the GM Recall of 1.3 Million Vehicles and thought to myself- are they considering the failure modes? If a company makes the decision to recall a bunch of vehicles you […]Continue Reading →
Preventing Disasters: Failure Modes and Malaysia Flight 370
Doug Plucknette and Allied Reliability Group take the tragedy of Malaysia flight 370 very seriously and our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families of the passengers. We use Malaysia Flight 370 as an example for educational sake solely in the […]Continue Reading →
One of the most challenging aspects of being a consultant is addressing the musings of those who have accepted defeat.
With a smile of course; and friendly reassurance that you have in fact worked with companies who were worse off and with some training, confidence and a sound business plan they were able to turn […]Continue Reading →
If you’re someone who has been reading my blog posts the last several years I believe it is quite evident that I love facilitating RCM events. While there are several reasons for this they all boil down to the fact that I enjoy working with the maintenance and operations people and showing them how they […]Continue Reading →
- Audit/ Track
- Failure Finding
- Failure Modes
- Maintenance Planning
- Maintenance Strategy
- Malaysia Flight 370
- Performance Quality
- Predictive Maintenance
- Predictive Techcnologies
- proactive maintenance
- RCM Analysis
- RCM Facilitation
- RCM Facilitator
- RCM Facilitator Training
- RCM Training
- Reactive Maintenance
- Reliability Centered Maintenance
- Reliability Centered Maintenancec
- Reliability Maintenance