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How Do You Measure Success?

Why most of your repairs are not actually successful

Typically, in a production environment, repair success is measured by how quickly the equipment is put back into service. That is a valid way to measure repair success. But if that is the only measure of repair success in your plant, then most of your repairs are not actually successful. Compare the following two repairs of the same problem: a motor spins a bearing.

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