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Effectively Managing Your PdM Efforts Through Adopting Best Practices and KPIs

John Pucillo | Executive Vice President PdM and Electrical Safety, Predictive Service
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Improve your PdM program results through adding time tested best practices. Many PdM program manager and stake holder desire taking their program to the next level, returning enhanced value to their organization. This presentation will highlight some of the most impactful practices that can take your result to another level.
The old adage, “You cannot manage what you don’t measure” applies to your PdM program, however many programs have not established meaningful metrics that are regularly measured and tracked. This session will review the most meaningful KPIs to employ to drive improved performance and effectiveness.

About the Presenter
Results-driven senior reliability, operation and product management professional with 35+ years of successfully executing best-in-class delivery and product strategies to achieve business objectives. Experience in management, product development, deployment strategies, optimizing workflow to reduce inefficiencies and cost. Accomplished in pricing models, software development, website operations, product management, project management, and collaborating effectively with clients.

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John Pucillo Executive Vice President PdM and Electrical Safety, Predictive Service

As a senior reliability, operation and product management professional, John has 38 years of experience successfully executing best-in-class delivery and project strategies to achieve business objectives. He has managed field service programs associated with reliability, safety and conditioned-based maintenance programs, directed service operations and product development, and served as business unit leader for the electrical safety, predictive maintenance, and lockout tagout offerings.