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David Albrice
Lowering the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for facilities, equipment and infrastructure through maintenance optimization strategies, reliability engineering techniques, and fiscally responsible capital planning.
Lowering the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for facilities, equipment and infrastructure through maintenance optimization strategies, reliability engineering techniques, and fiscally responsible capital planning.
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If we all had crystal balls asset management would be easy. Here are some lessons from the canary in the coal mine.

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Knots in organizations need to be untangled with patience and finesse or the knot will simply tighten. Here is the article.

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"Working hard and working smart sometimes can be two different things" - Byron Dorgan. Well... building on this wisdom, here is one way that smart has been defined.
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I'm honoured to be invited to talk at the Reliability Conference in Las Vegas and the AMPeak Conference in Australia where I will showcase the work of our asset management team.

Here are links to the conferences: http://goo.gl/D9SgMJ and http://goo.gl/X5CC4z 
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As we start a new year it seems appropriate to revisit what is at the core of our organization. Are there any significant layers missing or should be re-sequenced? Happy New Year everyone.
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10 Tug-of-Wars in Asset Management or why you should not wear roller skates to a tug-of war. 

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A chess grandmaster is thinking ahead five moves and carefully leveraging the value of each piece. And thats where the strategic advantage lies.
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It seems to me that all our challenges can be traced back to nine questions -- starting with the all powerful why? Am I missing any big W's?
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Asset replacement policies must align to asset risk profiles in order to achieve optimization and satisfy ISO 55001 requirements. Tomorrow I will upload an image to illustrate the replacement mix that results across the asset portfolio.
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Is your department pushing on a rope or caught in a tug of war? All kinds of rope wars are futile. Once we put the ropes away we can conserve energy and focus more efficiently on integration, collaboration and alignment.
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