Many maintenance improvement efforts or “change initiatives” begin with good intentions. Senior leaders endorse the new program, “slap” the project leader on the back and say something along the lines of: “I’m here to support you. Let me know if you need anything.” Regrettably, that’s where leadership support often stops—leaving the well-intentioned change initiative to […]
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We used the term on this month’s cover: “No-Brainer.” It’s intended to draw your attention to some of those “why didn’t I think of that” or “we shoulda’ been doing that all along” types of approaches to various issues in your workplaces.
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