Project Management: Using Dedicated Team Lead vs. Contributor/LeaderDecember 21, 2016
Note: For this discussion, I have focused on my own […]
Somewhere in Time – Part 2 – A Terry Wireman blogDecember 14, 2016
To understand how these four reasons impact asset management, we first need to understand why the EAM system is important to asset management. (For the sake of this blog, we will focus on physical assets.) In the ISO-55000 document, section 2.4.1 mentions the need for analytical approaches across the life cycle of the asset. The life cycle of an asset begins with the conception of the need for the asset through to the disposal of the asset…
EAM: ASUG EAM Community Virtual Round Table – Focus on Planning & SchedulingDecember 11, 2016
If you’re interested in the topic of Planning & Scheduling in your organization, then you need to attend our ASUG EAM Community “ Virtual Round Table“ session. The focus of this virtual session is to engage ASUG members to help them be more effective at Planning and Scheduling.During this session you will be connected with others in our ASUG EAM Community that are interested in this important topic.
Metrics & Reporting: Taming the KPI Beast.December 9, 2016
It’s not surprising that a business needs to know how it is performing. What is surprising is that many businesses don’t do a very good job of identifying the right things to measure and putting in place the appropriate business processes to ensure what they do measure, is accurate and relevant. You may not even start with a clean slate. More often than not, most of your initial data is going to simply be what was available before…
All you need to know about Asset Performance Management, and APM readiness.
SAP EAM provides an excellent tool to allow the planning and scheduling of preventative maintenance, the management of reactive and refurbishment work, and the capture of the history of work carried out on the asset.
Work history includes key reliability data such as breakdown information, asset availability and failure codes and cause of the damage. It also contains key asset condition and performance information such as measuring documents which can be used to show deterioration and condition of the asset. Work history also contains key financial information such as the cost of repairing the asset. This is all key data which can be used to tell asset managers exactly how assets are performing and what they are costing to maintain. The question must be asked “is this data being used to its full potential?”…
Evaluate & Choose the Right BI Analytics Tool(s) for your Project – Part 1December 7, 2016
A Few Things to Consider When Choosing A BI Analytics […]
Magical Thinking Does Not Lead to Project SuccessDecember 2, 2016
My Definition: Magical Thinking The belief that despite any rational […]