John Fortin is Global Lead for Asset Management at JACOBS where he enjoys leading an internal Global Asset Management Community of Practice as well as supporting execution of a diverse portfolio of client strategic initiatives leveraging the principles from the DELTA FORCE model. Mike Petrusky asks John about his experiences as an asset management and reliability practitioner with years of facilities ‘lifecycle’ experience including design, construction and O&M. John describes how he has developed and implemented effective organizational change management programs required to implement a sustainable asset management culture and discusses the initiatives which are described in his book “Why Execution Fails and What to Do About It”. Mike and John talk about the challenges of 2020 and discover they both enjoy listening to U2 music from the 1980’s which leads them to sing about getting a fresh start on “New Year’s Day”! Get John's book: https://reliabilityweb.com/bookstore/book/why-execution-fails-2nd-edition Connect with John on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-fortin-author-cmrp-crl-371258123/ Get the free poster at John’s website: https://www.johnwfortin.com/ Connect with Mike on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikepetrusky/ Learn more about the iOFFICE Asset Division and explore more interviews at: https://www.assetchampion.com/ Share your thoughts with Mike via email: podcast@iOFFICECORP.com
John Fortin is a prostate cancer survivor and advocate. He is a retired Fellow in the Society of Actuaries, and specializes in healthcare data analytics including prostate cancer. Currently, he serves as Patient Advocate Liaison to the AUA Public Policy Council. Also, he co-hosts a prostate cancer support group in Atlanta, is a part-time journalist for UroToday, and serves on a national Active Surveillance working group.