Flipping the Script on How We Talk About Maintenance

“The case for maintenance it seems to me is overwhelming,” said Larry Summers, a Harvard economics professor and former Secretary of the Treasury. And yet, despite knowing that prevention is cheaper and deferred maintenance is a massive debt burden, there is still very little incentive to maintain.

Source: Flipping the Script on How We Talk About Maintenance – CopperTree Analytics

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