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OUR CONSULTING TOOLBOX
OUR MODUS OPERANDI

INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
CIP vs. INNOVATION
LEAN CONCEPTS IMPLEMENTATION
CASES

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
5 PHASES
9 KNOWLEDGE AREAS

GENERAL

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
MAINTENANCE DEVELOPMENT
MAINTENANCE MODELS
BENCHMARKING
METHODS TO OPTIMIZE
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

CHANGE MANAGEMENT
WHY CHANGE?
5 PHASES OF CHANGE
BEHAVIORS AND BELIEVES
4 CHARACTERS
CHANGE CONSIDERATIONS
HOW TO CHANGE

KNOWLEDGE  MANAGEMENT
LEARNING SYSTEMS
LEARNER TYPES
LEARNING METHODS
LEARNING ASSESSMENTS
SOCIAL ANALYSIS
IMPLEMENTATION

ABOUT.....
WHO WE ARE
OUR VISION
OUR MISSION

OUR STRATEGY
OUR CONSULTANTS
OUR POLICY

 

One can only appreciate the current Maintenance Management Systems once you understand the history of maintenance, how organizations changed and how maintenance fitted into our companies. 

In the early 1880s, maintenance was really only about repair and re-build.  The organizational structures back then were very simple, with one or 2 levels. 

In the 1930s, organizational structures developed further and the difference between repair and rebuild was made. 

Early 1960s allowed maintenance artisans to have their own specialized workshops, also adapting to the new organizational structures. 

During the 1980s, more specialized artisans were required to deal with the various new technologies developed.  This obviously also affected the maintenance organizational structures. 

Today, the various fields are even more specialized, control systems and automation became more complex, computer maintenance management systems require specialized attention, even the basics of welding 2 pieces of steel together became a specialized field. 

Maintenance became more complex and involved with Quality Standards, like ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, Occupational-Health, -Safety, -Environmental, Hazardous Materials handling and Storage, Recycling and Waste Management and House Keeping issues.  Facilities-, Asset- and Resource-Management are all spin-off systems from Maintenance Management, however more refined and specialized.  Today, Maintenance Management is also very focused on financial & investment justification, control and planning.  Click here to view a traditional image on Maintenance Types.

To view a short slideshow, click on the link below:

The Development of Maintenance

 


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