Developing Performance Indicators for Managing Maintenance 2nd Edition by Terry Wireman offers the key particulars on the way to measure and enhance necessary capabilities in an organization today. This book is distinguished by its use of techniques primarily based on a wide range of management measurement programs, such as the Balanced Ratingcard approach.
This book focuses on the fundamental indicators for managing maintenance and methods to link them to a company’s financials by also addressing recent advancements within the management of maintenance. This book is useful guide for any company that wants to successfully measure and manage your complete spectrum of maintenance activities to assist obtain aggressive advantage.
Such firms view maintenance as a strategy to scale back prices of manufacturing their product or offering their services and are intent on using this price advantage to decrease prices, improve profit margins, and enhance shareholder value. This text also includes a detailed table of contents that helps you shortly find particular indicators and a separate a glossary of maintenance phrases
This book shows how you can maximize your investment in the maintenance perform and finally your organization’s assets by helping you deal with specific indicators. It connects typical functional maintenance indicators to a company’s strategic indicators by explaining how you can improve low-performing indicators. It answers the questions which were asked for years on the best way to assess maintenance effectiveness and its link to the bottom line of the business.
In addition to helping managers in developing efficiency indicators for maintenance management, author goes on to point out tips on how to improve low-performing indicators. The detailed table of contents helps readers rapidly discover specific indicators whereas the glossary of maintenance phrases provides a useful ready reference.
Developing Performance Indicators for Managing Maintenance Second Edition [Hardcover]
Industrial Press, Inc.; 2nd edition (March 2005)