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Industrial maintenance for sustainable performance: a systematic literature review

Abstract : Nowadays, organizational performance is no longer evaluated by considering economic aspects alone. The use of social and environmental-related indicators has experienced an increasing growth. The balancing of these three dimensions (the Triple Bottom Line - TBL) in day-to-day organizational activities to obtain higher levels of performance is a complex issue, involving the coordination of different areas with their demand for resources and competing objectives. Industrial maintenance plays a determinant role on TBL dimensions. The improvement of maintenance performance has recently been the target of semantic models, decision-making and interoperability studies. There is, however, a need to more substantially discuss the impacts of industrial maintenance on organizational sustainability and vice-versa. This work aims at filling this gap by characterizing industrial maintenance in a sustainability context through a systematic literature review of articles published in peer-reviewed journals, with a focus on supporting topics such as interoperability, ontology and decision-making
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Sandro de Paula Pires, Olivier Sénéchal, Fernando Deschamps, Eduardo De Freitas Rocha Loures, Marcos Gonçalves Perroni. Industrial maintenance for sustainable performance: a systematic literature review. The 23rd International Conference on Production Research, Aug 2015, Manila, Philippines. ⟨hal-03414205⟩



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