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EAM Data: The Good, The Bad, And the Ugly

Posted by Anthony Honaker on October 31, 2018

Forbes says there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day. We use this data to make decisions, improve systems and processes, and gauge success on projects, initiatives, and goals. This only works, however, if the data we are using is 'good' - accurate and clean. How do you determine if [...]

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Topics: Data Quality, Trustworthy Data, Performance Management for Maximo, performance management for asset management

A Response to: Why Performance Management Fails

Posted by Anthony Honaker on May 14, 2018

I came across an excellent article by Forbes titled: "Why Performance Management Fails," which discusses the challenges of performance management. In this case, the focus is on Human Resources (HR) or individual performance management and associated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The points [...]

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Topics: Performance Management, continuous improvement

What St. Patrick's Day Teaches us About Trustworthy Information

Posted by Anthony Honaker on March 17, 2017


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Topics: Data Quality, Data Confidence, Trustworthy Information, Trustworthy Data

The Balancing Act in Supply Chain Management

Posted by Anthony Honaker on March 10, 2017

 A primary goal of MRO Supply Chain managers is to balance financial performance with risk mitigation.  In order to achieve goals, however, quantifiable targets must be established and performance toward those goals must be measured.  The difficulty is identifying ‘how to measure’ these balanced [...]

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Topics: Enterprise Asset Management, risk mitigation, supply chain management, financial performance

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