Archive | June, 2008

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Building Cultures of Reliability-In-Action

It’s time to talk. Getting where you want to be requires stepping away from traditional methodologies. In the first article of this series (December 2007), the author covered the underlying assumptions of cultures-in-action and how human reasoning and resulting decisions impact performance and reliability. In the second installment (January 2008), he addressed how functional Collaborative […]

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On-Site Infrared Analysis For Lubrication Condition Monitoring

Remote, challenging operations? No problem for this advanced technology. It pays off in real time by going directly to your equipment, anywhere in the world, any time you need it. Lubricating fluids degrade over time depending on various external and internal influences, including type and age of equipment, ambient temperature and humidity and degree of […]

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Driving Operational Improvements Through Strategic Alignment

Fundamental to success in any organization is getting individuals to work toward common goals. Whether that’s a team of five on the court or a corporation of 50,000 associates scattered across the globe, knowing the goal and working toward unified objectives help every individual contribute. In global manufacturing, however, we frequently see a disconnect in […]

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