Larry Pasch

 
Larry Pasch
Larry is a Continuous Improvement (CI) specialist in asset management practices with over 20+ years of maintenance experience. Having initiated his career as a Parachute Rigger/Paratrooper for the US Army, Larry has a strong core focus on safety for both personnel and equipment. Inspiring his reliability journey, Larry continued to craft his leadership skills through a variety of roles from Lead Pipefitter, Maintenance Planner/Scheduler, Maintenance Integrity & Execution Coach, to Strategic Downtime & Reliability Specialist.
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On this episode of Reliability Road Rash, Larry continues his multi-episode discussion on the courage to lead change and think differently with Tiffany Pasch, Master Data...

It’s important for leadership to have the courage to lead change and seek new ways of thinking while also embracing integrity, passion, innovation, and vision. Not only should...

As teams start returning to work amidst the COVID-19 crisis, what will the “new norm” look like in your facility? There may be great opportunities to embrace new ways of...

The Pasch family is in a jam and needs help to ketchup on their master data. The sauce is boss as the family Subject Matter Expert (SME) helps the team with some material/item...

How will we lead change so our reliability teams can return to work during and after the COVID-19 crisis? How can we apply best practices in leadership, planning & scheduling, ...

Where is the passion, innovation, and vision in your reliability program? It's time to inspire and motivate yourself to get out of that status quo rut. It's the same old...

Reliability isn't just the “flavor of the day,” it should be the culture. Developing a sustainable Reliability culture provides guardrails to help the team stay on the track....

How do we effectively acknowledge and reward the efforts, accomplishments, and contributions of our reliability teams? Do we reward too much? Too little? What is the right...

The family has a major breakdown in communication. Just like at home, acronyms are not created equal across all industries and can cause some confusion & concern. Luckily for...

Far too many reliability teams lack progress because they don't know success is on the other side of fear. It's okay to make mistakes and sometimes you just have to dare...