This paper shares Alcoa’s journey to budgeting best practices with maintenance budgeting challenges and why maintenance budgets matter.
Countless hours are spent creating expensive maintenance budgets, but still, the output is generally very poor. Little intelligence goes into budget development when asset details and cost history are lacking, and this leaves the planners and managers guessing about future maintenance expenditures.
Guesswork undermines the credibility of the maintenance budgets as well as those who develop them, and the issues are perpetuated when the numbers roll up to the finance budget. The adage “garbage in, garbage out” is relevant here.
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