Why Do We Start with Identifying Gaps
Carl and Fred discussing the process of developing a reliability plan and how it should begin with the reliability vision, followed by identification of gaps.
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss Reliability gap analysis and why this step is so important.
- Always begin with a reliability vision.
- Reliability vision is more than the metrics for reliability requirements.
- What is a gap analysis and why is it important?
- Why do you need a reliability plan?
- Start from viewpoint of listening.
- Keep your mind open when selecting reliability tools; don’t merely use your favorite tools.
- Gap analysis is the “delta” between where you are headed (vision) and your current capability (gaps).
- Gaps include organizational gaps, methods gaps and culture gaps.
- Culture includes proactive vs reactive approach.
- Prioritize gaps before writing reliability plan.
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SOR 443 Why Do We Start with Identifying GapsCarl Carlson
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