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Change Considerations and Stakeholder Roles Needed to Make Maintenance Parts Management Successful

Presenter: Donald (Don) Barry
Principal Consultant, FAHM Technology Partners
Most successful organizations recognize Maintenance Parts Management as a key factor in Asset Management success and essential to the processes supported in an EAM. Culture and Change enablement are critical success factors in achieving asset management reliability and excellence, operational excellence, and the enterprise’s fundamental supply chain value proposition. This presentation introduces: • The complexities of a typical Parts Management network • A case study list of Stakeholders typically needed to support parts management across an asset lifecycle • Many areas must be addressed to drive toward Maintenance Parts Management Excellence. • What critical issues are found in many organizations striving to achieve maintenance parts management excellence? • Why it takes a community to drive Maintenance Parts Management excellence. • Key benefits experienced by organizations that get it right
About the Presenter:

Donald Barry is the Global Practice lead for FAHM’s Asset Management practice. Mr. Barry is experienced in helping clients with Predictive Asset Analytics, supporting Asset Management strategy, Reliability, Maximo, and APM solutions. He previously acted as the Global Center of Competency (CoC) Lead / Advisor in Predictive Asset Analytics for IBM’s Global Asset Management Practice. Previous to his global role, he was an Associate Partner, leading IBM Canada’s Supply Chain and Enterprise Asset Management Practice (for 15 years), experienced at creating distribution process improvements and developing inventory reduction strategies with increased service levels. He specializes in solving asset management, distribution, and asset re-utilization business problems. His in-depth experience includes world-class inventory optimization and re-utilization techniques and leading the coordination of many service business mergers and divestitures. He has over 42 years of experience in service delivery support systems and application development, including three years in field service management and 15 years directly in business process development and supply chain management.
Function and specialization
Asset Management strategy and change consultant and Program Executive.
EAM (i.e., Maximo) and related systems implementation Program Executive.
Maintenance Parts Management consultant and Program Executive
EAM strategy Instructor and mentor
RCM2 Practitioner
Professional and industry experience
Mr. Barry’s direct client list has included industries such as Upstream Oil and Gas, Pipelines, Power Generation and T&D Utilities, Water Utilities, Mining, Airlines, Computer Electronics Manufacturers, Steel Manufacturers, and Federal and Provincial Governments.