What are the consequences of GOOD data? If we can confidently say we have good data quality, our reports are spot on, our dashboards are telling us what we need to know, and we are making great decisions based on this perfect data. The result of good data is better, faster decision-making that [...]
We made it to 2021 and by now we have had time to reflect on what we were able to accomplish in 2020 and what we can improve upon in 2021. 2020 was a challenging year for all of us and may have put a lot of planned improvements on the back burner, or simply slowed things down a bit.
Topics: Reliability Centered Maintenance, continuous improvement
Rich MacInnes talked a lot about Future Perfect where data could be used to tell us when assets would need to be fixed, and what spare parts they needed, which would drive the delivery of those parts at the right time. There is a lot more to it than that, but let’s start there and think about the [...]
Topics: Data Quality, Asset Lifecycle Management, performance management for asset management
Remember that scene in the movie “A Few Good Men” when Jack Nicholson was being questioned by a young lawyer played by Tom Cruise. Cruise kept pressing and Nicholson hits his breaking point and yells out “You can’t handle the Truth”.
Topics: Data Quality, Data Confidence, Trustworthy Data
I was recently asked what the difference was between BIRT reports in Maximo and Performance Management Dashboards. My answer essentially applies to any other Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) reporting tool.
Topics: KPI, performance management for asset management, Reports, Dashboards
In this series of blogs, we will be discussing performance management, metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) related to different aspects of work execution, reliability and overall asset management. Today’s topic is: Planning and Scheduling.
Topics: enterprise resource planning, planning and scheduling