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How Do You Measure Maintenance Success?

To measure maintenance success, evaluate maintenance practices and how well they are executed.

Maintenance success is commonly measured by the yardstick of outcomes such as the change in downtime since last month. The problem with using outcome-based metrics for this purpose is they include a factor called luck. Thus, they cannot accurately tell you if maintenance is successful.

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