Maintenance is evolving due to the double-sided influence of the Asset Management paradigm and digitalization. In this evolution, assessing the maintenance management process status in terms of process completeness, information and data completeness and integration is paramount to boost reliable data-driven decision-making. Grounding on Design Science Research, a methodology is realized to favour the comparison of two data models, a reference one and a company-specific one, used as a means to evaluate the process status. In particular, the methodology embeds a reference data model for the maintenance management process. Both methodology and data model are artefacts tested and refined during action research in an automotive company willing to improve the maintenance management process. The application of both artefacts demonstrates that the company is facilitated in planning improvement actions for various time horizons to foster a modern maintenance practice whose decision-making is more data-driven.

A methodology to boost data-driven decision-making process for a modern maintenance practice

Polenghi, A;Roda, I;Macchi, M;Pozzetti, A
2023-01-01

Abstract

Maintenance is evolving due to the double-sided influence of the Asset Management paradigm and digitalization. In this evolution, assessing the maintenance management process status in terms of process completeness, information and data completeness and integration is paramount to boost reliable data-driven decision-making. Grounding on Design Science Research, a methodology is realized to favour the comparison of two data models, a reference one and a company-specific one, used as a means to evaluate the process status. In particular, the methodology embeds a reference data model for the maintenance management process. Both methodology and data model are artefacts tested and refined during action research in an automotive company willing to improve the maintenance management process. The application of both artefacts demonstrates that the company is facilitated in planning improvement actions for various time horizons to foster a modern maintenance practice whose decision-making is more data-driven.
2023
Data
information
methodology
data model
maintenance
asset management
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