Legacy budget development and cost management methods are no longer adequate for the ever-increasing demands on the maintenance organization to do more and more with fewer resources and money. This session introduces activity-based budgeting and best practices cost management methodology that ensures a budget predicated on actual need and a practical means to manage that budget for optimal benefit in terms of available capacity, reduced cost and maximum useful life of capital assets.
Learn more about how the Maintenance Management Certificate Program provides a comprehensive management development program for existing and aspiring maintenance management professionals.
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- Early Bird – $931 (Expires exactly one month prior to program date)
- Standard – $1,095
- UA Employee – $766 (Call 348-3000)
- For additional pricing and discounts, visit the registration page.
Who Should Attend
The program is aimed at current and aspiring maintenance managers, engineers, supervisors and planners, but is applicable to all who have a direct interest in or are effected by maintenance performance and its impact on the enterprise. While the program is maintenance-centric, the methods, standard processes and logic are applicable for all organizational functions. This comprehensive program is applicable to all industries and facilities, as well as for single-plant or global enterprises.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the limitations of legacy budget development and cost control methodologies
- How to develop an activity-based budget that is predicated on the specific maintenance requirement of installed assets
- How to create a proactive budget management process with decision-points before it is spent—not after
- How to prioritize maintenance activities and expenditures to assure critical assets receive adequate sustaining maintenance
Unique Workshop Offerings
This certificate program was developed to provide a practical, best practices approach to maintenance and maintenance management. It is based on current international best practices and the combined experience of its instructors and other subject matter experts. In addition to international standards, reference materials include:
- Covey, “The Speed of Trust”, 2006, Free Press
- Gotoh, “Equipment Planning for TPM, 1991, Productivity Press
- Mobley, “Total Plant Performance Management”, 1998, Gulf Publishing
- Mobley, “Maintenance Engineering Handbook”, 8th Ed., 2014, McGraw-Hill
- Mobley, “Computer-Managed Maintenance Systems”, 2nd Ed. Gulf Publishing
- Mobley, “Plant Engineer’s Handbook, 2001, Butterworth-Heinemann
- Mobley, “Rules of Thumb for Maintenance and Reliability Engineers, 2008, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Maintenance Fundamentals”, 2nd Ed., 2004, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Introduction to Predictive Maintenance”, 2nd Ed., 2002, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Industrial Machinery Repair”, 2003, Elsevier
- Nakajima, “Introduction to TPM, 1988, Productivity Press
- Peters, “A Passion for Excellence, 1985, Random House
- Womack, “The Machine That Changed the World, 1991, Rawson Associates
R. Keith Mobley, MBB, CMRP
R. KEITH MOBLEY is a Principal Consultant with Life Cycle Engineering. Keith has earned an international reputation as a leader in corporate transformations, reliability engineering and process optimization. He is on the advisory boards of ANSI and ISO; a Distinguished Lecturer for ASME; and recipient of the Smarro Award for outstanding contribution in engineering and reliability. Keith has 45 years of combined business, finance, engineering and consulting experience in a wide variety of industries. He has 20 years of international consulting experience and 25 years experience in corporate positions including V.P. Engineering and Manufacturing, V.P. Finance, V.P. Marketing, and Sales E.V.P. and COO. He has also served as President and CEO of a $50M international consulting, engineering services and training company specializing in corporate transformations. Keith has served on Technical Advisory Boards for the Technical Association for Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Association of Iron and Steel Engineers (AISE), Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Motorola-Juran Institute trained, he is a Master Black Belt with hundreds of successful projects and 20 years of direct Lean-Six Sigma application. He is also certified by PROSCI in change management. Mobley is the author of 22 textbooks including: Total Plant Performance Management, Plant Engineer’s Handbook, Maintenance Engineering Handbook, Rules of Thumb for Reliability Engineers, Introduction to Predictive Maintenance.