Counterintuitive Maintenance

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

This article by John Crossan looks at how counterintuitive some proactive maintenance procedures may appear to be, and how that can lead to the difficulty in sustaining those practices.

“Obsessing about the counterintuitive nature of golf (no kidding) led me to begin thinking about the counter intuitiveness of other things in my life—including my work in the field of proactive maintenance (PM). To that end, I soon began to see that the biggest reason PM processes don’t occur naturally in our world (and when they do occur, often have trouble being sustained) is that they’re almost all counterintuitive. Examples include, but…”

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