I'm a big fan of Aesop's fables. I use them with my kids to remind them to always tell the truth (The Boy Who Cried Wolf) and to appreciate the things that they have (The Dog and the Shadow). I thought it might be interesting to use some of the thousands of fables that Aesop wrote to discuss maintenance and reliability principles. This is my first post in hopefully a long series.
- Bill Barto
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
Being proactive with your assets is all about managing failures before they occur. You can reduce or eliminate the consequences of failure by forecasting what is likely to happen and deciding in advance about what to do about it...
- James Reyes-Picknell
- Conscious Asset