Which is more important? Reducing cost or better results? If you think it is reducing cost, Christer will change your mind in his latest video.
Leadership in Maintenance Articles
Reliability and Maintenance Management: Q&A with Tor Idhammar and the MEETA Asset Management Association
Your reliability and maintenance management questions answered in this Q&A information session presented by MEETA Asset Management Association of Ireland, featuring IDCON President and CEO
Imagine you are the Engineering and Maintenance Manager at a new manufacturing facility. The Plant is a major greenfield site with a CapEx budget over
Most maintenance managers feel the pressure of lowering maintenance costs and at the same time improving reliability. As you know, annual maintenance costs have a
Tor Idhammar interviews Eitan Vesely, director of artificial intelligence at SKF about what Artificial Intelligence means for Machine Learning in Maintenance Management. Is your organization
Attention Planners! Christer wants you to know how much using a Bill of Materials can help you in your planning process. Check out this video
Reliability is a term that has become more commonly used in the industry. Many organizations are using this word to describe their predictive maintenance department.
Are your managers trained in Management of Reliability and Maintenance? In this video, Tor Idhammar, IDCON’s President and CEO, explains why it is imperative that
Happy Islands, the Illusion of Being Good: Why Overall Equipment Efficiency is not a Good Measurement
Since the mid 1970s I have been preaching the importance of a partnership between Operations and Maintenance. I see it as Operations + Maintenance =
Have you asked yourself “What’s the right thing to do in my organization?” In this video, Christer talks about the wrong things that many organizations
Leading in Maintenance: People cannot be more productive than the system they work in allows them to be
Christer Idhammar, reliability and maintenance management guru, discusses two more key beliefs. People cannot be more productive than the system they work in allows them