Uptime: Strategies for Excellence in Maintenance Management, Third Edition

John D. Campbell, James V. Reyes-Picknell

August 18, 2015 by Productivity Press
Reference - 533 Pages - 72 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781482252378 - CAT# K23871

USD$49.95

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Features

  • Explains how to harness rapidly evolving technologies, such as mobile and cloud computing, to support and enhance maintenance departments
  • Details a strategy for developing and executing improvement plans that work well with the values prevalent in today's workforce
  • Describes how seemingly competing improvement tools can be used to enhance each other
  • Restructures its previous model of excellence to align what must be done with how to do it

Summary

Uptime describes the combination of activities that deliver fewer breakdowns, improved productive capacity, lower costs, and better environmental performance. The bestselling second edition of Uptime has been used as a textbook on maintenance management in several postsecondary institutions and by many companies as the model framework for their maintenance management programs.

Following in the tradition of its bestselling predecessors, Uptime: Strategies for Excellence in Maintenance Management, Third Edition explains how to deal with increasingly complex technologies, such as mobile and cloud computing, to support maintenance departments and set the stage for compliance with international standards for asset management.

This updated edition reflects a far broader and deeper wealth of experience and knowledge. In addition, it restructures its previous model of excellence slightly to align what must be done more closely with how to do it.

The book provides a strategy for developing and executing improvement plans that work well with the new values prevalent in today's workforce. It also explains how you can use seemingly competing improvement tools to complement and enhance each other.

This edition also highlights action you can take to compensate for the gradual loss of skills in the current workforce as "baby boomers" retire.