On this week's episode, Larry talks about what fear, risks, and embracing a new way of thinking can do for your reliability program. Far too many reliability teams lack progress because they don't know there is success on the other side of fear. It's okay to make mistakes and sometimes you just have to dare yourself to suck.
About The Show... No fluff, no magic wand, no easy button... just a straight up approach to getting after & owning your reliability journey. Reliability Road Rash goes off the path less traveled, jumps into the ditch, and crawls through the weeds. There is nothing more valuable than lessons learned while addressing the pain points head on. So sit back, buckle up, keep your hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times and be prepared to get comfortable at being uncomfortable.
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.