The “mise-en-place” — work clean

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“mise-en-place”: It’s a French phrase translating as “put in place.” In the kitchen mise-en-place means to gather and arrange the ingredients and tools needed for cooking. But for many culinary professionals, the phrase connotes something deeper. Mise-en-place is a tradition of focus and discipline, a method of working and being. Many cooks call it a way of life.

Similar to a cook, a maintenance manager’s life is no different. There are different customers ordering different requirements, and you need to satisfy all within stipulated…