The above video is a recording of a webinar given on 1/21/2021. Click on Uptime graphic to view webinar.
What is Uptime Elements as it relates to your asset management strategies?
Join our webinar to find out more about how Uptime Elements can benefit your enterprise.
At its simplest level, the Uptime Elements framework is a language that aligns stakeholders across your organization for improved reliability in your company's operations.
All things that can be mastered begin with the acquisition of a specialized language that contains words, concepts and ideas.
An example would be a doctor in medical training who begins by studying the specialized words, phrases and concepts related to the practice of medicine. The same is true for reliability.
Organizations that begin their journey with some effort to install the Uptime Elements framework as a specialized language create alignment from day one and avoid the pitfalls that result from a lack of precision in daily communication and a lack of distinction for ideas and concepts.
At a level above language, the Uptime Elements framework is a system designed to embed a culture of reliability across the enterprise through an engaged and empowered team that ranges from the executive suite to the frontline workforce.
World-Class organizations recognize that success is achieved through leadership, however, they also realize that results are only delivered through engaged and empowered workforce. Leadership does not come from one person, it comes from everyone. This is especially true for reliability.
- Terrence O'Hanlon (Founder and Publisher - Uptime Magazine, Reliabilityweb.com, & Reliability Leadership Foundation)
- Maura Abad (Global Relationship Leader and Director of Women in Reliability and Asset Management - Association of Asset Management Professionals, Reliabilityweb.com, & Reliability Leadership Foundation)
- Introduction by: Justin Hatfield, CRL/CMRP (President - HECO All Systems Go)
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