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By John D. Campbell, Andrew K.S. Jardine, Joel McGlynn
Through the 8 years because the booklet of "Maintenance Excellence: Optimizing apparatus Life-Cycle Decisions", the enterprise atmosphere has replaced enormously. Globalization, consolidation, and adjustments in know-how problem asset administration and upkeep execs to be extra effective. Globalization and consolidation were relatively instrumental within the adjustments in upkeep standards, ways, and using know-how to turn into extra effective and price potent. Reflecting all this and extra, the second one version has been renamed: "Asset administration Excell. Read more...
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You also ensure that resources are available when needed. Through scheduling you can effectively time jobs to decrease downtime and improve use of resources. Execution delivers what was planned, when it was planned, and how it was planned. • Materials management practices to support service delivery: Part of the job of a planner is to ensure that any needed parts and materials are available before work starts. Shutdown schedules cannot wait for the bureaucratic grind of materials delivery. Schedules are set and material procured as required by the schedule.
Similarly, an expanded view of the asset life cycle provides a new level of rigor and understanding. The practice of total life-cycle asset management (TLAM) takes an expanded view of how assets are planned for, used, maintained, and ultimately disposed of. A traditional view often separates or ignores key phases within the asset life cycle. For example, in a conventional company a procurement officer may be in charge of buying new mobile assets, such as planes, trains, buses, or ships. He or she is motivated (and probably measured) on specific criteria for success, most likely negotiating cheap prices and meeting the needed number of vehicles.
8 Dispose This phase involves disposal, retirement, or liquidation of assets in accordance with the strategy, policies, and procedures. Disposal can have significant financial implications beyond replacement. For example, real estate calculations are in constant flux because of market variations. Some assets have environmental or regulatory costs to consider. Other disposal strategies are finding new pockets of income from online gray markets. Other programs, such as IBM’s Global Asset Recovery Solutions (GARS) initiative, focus on refurbishing usable parts of disposed equipment to minimize the costs of their disposal.
Asset management excellence : optimizing equipment life-cycle decisions by John D. Campbell, Andrew K.S. Jardine, Joel McGlynn