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Best James Kovacevic podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
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Updated May 2020
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A weekly Maintenance and Reliability podcast covering common industry challenges and what you can learn from them. Each episode dives deeper into critical issues and explains how you can begin correcting theses maintenance flaws today. Sharing new tips and techniques to help you achieve industry best practice and shining a light on widely debated maintenance topics with special guest experts. Your host and founder of High Performance Reliability James Kovacevic, will take you on a weekly tou ...
 
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Fleet Maintenance Software vs CMMS with Sean Eckersley Sean Eckersley from Assetminder is today’s guest. He’s talking about fleet maintenance software versus the use of traditional CMMS’s. Various assets can have different maintenance schedules. Fleet software is like CMMS but focuses on fleets of vehicles. These include trucks, trailers, and even …
 
Inherent Availability and Reliability with Greg Perry We re privileged to have the Capacity Assurance Consultant for Fluke Reliability Solutions, Greg Perry. He has two decades worth of experience in the industry. So he will be talking about what availability and reliability are. We will tackle: What are availability and reliability What are the in…
 
The Productive Leadership System with Tom Moriarty With us, today, to talk about the Productive Leadership System (PLS) is Tom Moriarty. PLS is essential in getting maintenance and reliability principles to work. We will tackle: What leadership is What is PLS How to improve leadership within the organization How to begin the journey to having good …
 
Pros and Cons of Different RCA Methods with Shon Isenhour Shon has been on our past episodes. He is the founder of Eruditio LLC, a co-author of several books, a conference presenter, and he has been in maintenance and reliability for quite a while. He has been in the reliability sector for 20 years. This episode focuses on: What is root cause analy…
 
Hand Safety With Joe Geng In maintenance and reliability practices, physical risks are always present. The most common injuries are hand injuries. Today, we have Joe Geng telling us all about the importance of hand safety. He has a book out aimed at helping workers understand: Why hand safety is important How we can prevent hand injuries The levels…
 
Reliability Basics and AI with Fred Schenkelberg Artificial Intelligence has become a hot topic today with organisations attempting to find ways of applying it. The fact is, however, that a good number haven t found a compelling case for the adaption. Fred of Accendo Reliability joins us on this episode to break down what AI means for the reliabili…
 
Ultrasound Remote Monitoring with Doug Waetjen Today we host Doug, the Vice President of Global operations, UE Systems. He has been with the organization since the 80s. He has spent a lot of time working with ultrasound technology. Key highlights from this episode are: Overview of Ultrasound Remote Monitoring What technology is available to monitor…
 
Data Quality Issues with Manjish Naik & Sarah Lukens Manjish Naik and Sarah Lukens join us to discuss how to overcome data quality issues with KPIs. They’ll help us understand: What a KPI is How to get started with data How to establish KPIs Factors hindering the accuracy of data quality How to overcome data quality issues What is a KPI? A Key Perf…
 
Digital Transformation with Dave Drerup Data is the single most important parameter that helps you define the rest of the parameters in asset management. That s why it is very important to capture the right data in the most efficient manner possible capturing it using digital means rather than traditional ways. Some organizations struggle with digi…
 
RCAM with Richard Overman This episode revolves around the book titled as Reliability Centered Asset Management by Richard Overman. It is based on using the principles of reliability centered maintenance to manage your assets. It helps you understand the processes involved in managing your assets effectively by finding answers to questions such as;…
 
Culture with Patrick Parker If a methodology or a program isn t producing desired value for an organization even after putting all the necessary resources into it, the root cause might be the culture of that organization. The culture of an organization consists of its practices, common goals, and shared values. If people aren t putting efforts into…
 
Special 200th Episode of Rooted in Reliability Podcast Joining us for this special episode are some of our past guests. In no particular order: Shon Isenhour from Eruditio Fred Schenkelberg from Accendo Reliability Rob Kalwarowsky from Rob’s Reliability Project Brandon Weil from Eruditio Lucas Marino from Marino Consulting Blair Fraser from Quartic…
 
Oil Mist Lubrication with Heinz Bloch Lubrication is one of the most important aspects in asset management and having a sophisticated tool for this purpose makes a real difference to facilitate an organization s lubrication program. This is where oil mist lubrication helps to achieve your lubrication goals. Its mechanism is based on creating a slig…
 
PDM with Martin Blenkers All through Europe, America and other emerging economies, the new wave of industrial technologies is bringing a fundamental shift to how we approach operations. With tools like artificial intelligence and machine learning, reliability and maintenance as we know it is being curved in vastly different ways. Martin of Uptime W…
 
Change from the Middle with Brandon Weil For maintenance and reliability programs to be successful, often it will be championed by middle management. These are the people who interact and report on progress and challenges faced on the plant floor. Brandon Weil joins us on this episode to shed some light on how middle managers can contribute to prod…
 
Reliability Trends with Fred Schenkelberg We re not invited on Oprah to talk about Maintenance Management Podcasts allow us to get insights from our peers. In this episode, James once again interviews Fred Schenkelberg. Fred is the reliability expert at FMS Reliability, reliability engineering and management consulting firm he founded in 2004. Fred…
 
Supportability with Lucas Marino Supportability entails matching the design and logistics requirements of an asset to its operational needs. When buying equipment, decision-makers are usually quick to base their decision on the upfront capital investment without weighing in the effects of continuous operational expenses. Other foregone consideratio…
 
The Importance of Installation “How we install the equipment, will dictate how it will operate. In this episode, James interviews Chris Greene. Chris helps us to understand how the correct installation of equipment will set the stage for optimal operational quality and longevity. In this episode we covered: The correct operation of a machine involv…
 
Empowering RES with Automation Industry 4.0 is here to stay. Organizations are now getting their feet wet in Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning as a way of increasing their output. However, aa good number of these companies have their projects stuck at the pilot stage, either due to inadequate management support, or simply communicating v…
 
DIKDAR with Paul Daoust In maintenance and reliability industry, soft skills are just as important as the hard skills. When you are faced with uncertain and complex situations, it becomes difficult to make good decisions. That s why it comes in handy if you are good at critical thinking and can perform better under pressure as compared to your peer…
 
Effective Maintenance Procedures with Ricky Smith Over the years, maintenance procedures have become a bore for many plant operators. They are likely to be clunky documentation that is choppy with instruction and referring to another document – the manual. Effective maintenance procedures should consider that our attention span today is shorter tha…
 
How to Start a Vibe Program with Jesus Sefonte Even though the vibration analysis has been around for a long time, there are very few organizations that use it. Machinery vibration is the study of the behavior of rotating machinery for detecting faults based on the monitoring of different machinery components using vibration signals. All the rotati…
 
Lubrication with Sanya Mathura In mechanical fields like automotive, oil and gas, power generation and aviation industries, lubricants play a critical role in maintaining equipment reliability. They consist of both oils and grease. In this episode, Sanya Mathura of Sustainable Reliability Solutions shares her thoughts on why and how organizations c…
 
Thermal Growth with Daus Studenberg When a machine heats up and starts expanding in all the directions is simply called the thermal growth. When it actually comes to understanding it, it means that you are dealing with machinery movement and that can cause misalignment in the machine. Also, your alignment is only as good as your target. If your mac…
 
Master Data Management with Scott Taylor For organizations, data that is critical for parties, places, and things is called master data. While conventional strategies are available for manipulating data, this episode places special emphasis on how to make the most out of your master data. Scott Taylor, the Data Whisperer, shares his advice on aspec…
 
Motion Amplification with Jeff Hay How Motion Amplification Helps Us Learn More About Our Machines In this episode, James interviews Jeff Hay. Jeff is the CEO and founder of RDI technologies and today helps us to understand motion amplification and how it used in reliability today and how RDI is playing a role in this process. In this episode we co…
 
Third Habit with Peter Horsburgh If your machines aren t running smooth, clean, cool, and dry, there s no way you will ever be able to get its lifetime out of it. When you are facing such situation where one of these indicators isn t being met by your machine, it s time for a change. To make a change in the way you treat your assets, you need to st…
 
Getting It Right With Mikeal Terner How better tools and installation can reduce downtime and improve functionality In this episode, James interviews Mikael Terner at SMRP 2019. Mikael currently handles the global sales and marketing for Easy-Laser and talks with us about installation and its importance in reducing downtime and improving the overal…
 
The Impact of Industry 4.0 Industry 4.0 has two notable waves. The first constitutes of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data. The second wave is what we re currently experiencing and constitutes of Artificial Intelligence, Augmented and Virtual Reality. Blair Fraser of Quartic.ai shares some important insights on the significance of Industry 4…
 
HPI and LT with Bob Latino RCA has been around for a long time and has evolved with time. There are different acronyms associated with it such as HPI and RCFA. There are also different definitions of RCA out there and it really depends on how to perceive RCA. Most of the organizations consider it a linear process that serves the same purpose as a 5…
 
Advancing the Reliability and Maintenance Standards of Electrical Systems with Alan Ross In this episode, James interviews Alan Ross, former Vice-President of Reliability at SDMeyers and President of the Electric Power Reliability Alliance. Alan Ross has been involved with electrical systems for roughly 30 years and is now dedicated to transforming…
 
Transitioning to CMMS with Steve Ricard CMMS stands for Computerized Maintenance Management System. These systems have been in existence since somewhere around 1965. They have, however, seen a dramatic shift from punch cards to the modern architecture we see today. Steve Ricard of Fiix joins in this episode to share his insights on how organization…
 
Gaining Control of Process Control In this episode, James interviews Keith Staton of Weyerhaeuser. Keith has had a long career in reliability and got his start with the Navy. He is now the maintenance and reliability director for 14 Weyerhaeuser plants and just published a paper titled Gaining Control of Process Control which inspired this episode.…
 
Electronic Monitoring With Simon Jagers Impact the environment and your bottom line with better monitoring. In this episode, James interviews Simon Jagers, founder of Semiotic Labs. Semiotic Labs creates and markets smart machine-monitoring technologies and Simon is a passionate advocate for the power of this technology to reduce wasted time, energ…
 
SMRP 07 – IoT Readiness with Kevin Clark The internet of Things (IoT) is often assumed to be understood by everyone. However, there is somewhat of a disconnect between what we know IoT to be, and actually implementing it especially on larger scale. Kevin Clark helps us clear the air around IoT and how organizations can prepare themselves to make th…
 
Pilot to Full Scale Adoption of iIoT with Arun Santhebennur The Industrial Internet of Things is not an initiative. It is now a real-world application. For organizations that are data-driven, IIoT is where rubber meets the road. The fourth industrial revolution being hallmarked by growing networks around people and things. As the internet becomes m…
 
SMRP Recap with Bill Leahy The Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) Conference of 2019 attracted over 1200 professionals across fields of reliability, maintenance and physical asset management across the USA. The 2019 event was held in Louiseville Kentucky between 7th and 10th October 2019. A few of our highlights from the eve…
 
Rules of Thumb in Reliability Reliability is a procedural science at its core. This simply means that it is guided by a discipline to follow the set procedure and incrementally improve. As human beings, we tend to have a slight weakness in strict adherence to procedures. Sometimes with reliability, it is usually a result of not having the fundament…
 
Work-order Management with John Reeve Work-order management is the key for successful asset management programs. It is usually incorporated in the CMMS in its designing stages to obtain knowledgeable information out of the system. It can be defined as the process of tracking of all the maintenance activities from initiation to completion. Work orde…
 
Role of Data in Reliability With the advent of Industry 4.0, data and connectivity have enabled equipment to become continuous factories of data. Whether process data, master data or realtime data, it has never been a more challenging time to adjust and harness the power of seemingly huge piles of potential information. Traditional maintenance and …
 
Maintenance Perfection with Joe It s hard to hear someone talk about maintenance without mentioning reliability, or the other way around. While these terms are similar, they are not the same. In this episode, Joe Lonjin of Cohesive Solutions helps us get a better picture of how these two practices are different, and how to create harmony between th…
 
Risk-Based Asset Criticality with Suzane Greeman Asset criticality plays a huge role in asset management. It is the ranking of assets depending upon the importance of every asset to the organization. When we talk about assessing that asset criticality, it means that we are determining that importance level of the assets within a particular organiza…
 
Risk with David Albrice While doing asset management, the organizations are always keen to balance the outcomes between performance, cost, and risk. Risk is a huge part of asset management programs and can be defined as the uncertainty that an organizations faces to achieve its objectives. There are lot of things happening in an organization, so th…
 
Project Manager s Guide with Brandon Weil Planning and scheduling maintenance and reliability programs takes a bit of a work but implementing that plan takes real effort and that s where the project managers come in. They are the ones who define the scope of the plan and come with estimates in terms of budget and time. Project planners usually have…
 
Planner Certification with Shon Isenhour Behind a successful reliability program, there s always a great plan for implementation. This is something that maintenance planners handle. They are the ones who create job plans, strategize those plans, and then develop procedures to implement them with success. The scope of a maintenance planner s job is …
 
RCA Tips with Shon Isenhour RCA is one of the most basic yet most important of the processes in a reliability program. RCA isn t just about solving a problem or fixing an error in your system. It is more than just finding a single root causes. When a problem occurs, there can be more than one reasons why that occurred in the first place. RCA helps …
 
Cyber Security with Howard Penrose Cyber security can be a significant issue why your assets are not working as they are supposed to and you face more downtime than expected. When you use network enabled systems, there are a lot of things on the internet that can cause damage to your system. Viruses such as malwares, ad-wares, and other harmful sof…
 
What is the CMRT with Terry Torrence As a Reliability Engineer, you are always keen to learn something new and practice it to add to your professional experience. There are a lot of ways to get the kind of knowledge that you need to be good at your job. Online certifications are a trendy way to get skills these days. These certifications are especi…
 
What is ICML55 with Jim Fitch Lubrication is one of the fundamental things that needs to be taken care of if you want your machines healthy. There s a lot to learn from the leading organizations in order to have good lubrication programs. The organizations looking to get started in the field can take information from different platforms and online …
 
Key Performance Influencer with Bill Leahy What does a KPI mean to you? Is it just a performance measurement tool to you? Is it a metrics that you have developed to see how your systems are doing? A KPI is all of these things but much more than that. A KPI is an organizational goal that you have to achieve. When you have smaller key performance Inf…
 
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