Bringing theory to life - Journey with us as we take a deep dive into six aspects of asset management, with each month dedicated to one of the asset management landscape subject areas, now on August - Asset Management Organisation & People| Free for AMCouncil members | An easy way to earn CPD |
Register for individual sessions or click here to register for all of August's Decision Making sessions at once:
Asset Management: The People Perspective
Martin Kerr, Managing Director of Structured Change and Convenor for TC 251 and the review of ISO 55001
Insights on how change management and culture go hand in hand in influencing the adoption of Asset Management in an organisation. This presentation will provide key learnings and insights from the field of Public, Private, Government and Not For Profit organisations. Organisations tend to over complicate Asset Management and position it as a technical consideration. When an organisation positions Asset Management whole of business consideration people get on board and sustainable value is generated.
17 August (Double Session)
Developing a great asset management culture & Logan Water case study on change culture to an AM culture
A strong asset management culture plays a significant part in the success of an asset-intensive organisation. This presentation will cover the ‘why’, ‘what’, and ‘how’ of building a strong asset management culture, based on the presenter Geoff Hales’ working experience and research into the topic. The presentation will also address the main barriers to developing such a culture.
Geoff Hales, Director, Barnewall Resources
For the work at Logan, the change management work has focussed on two things: The first wave was focused on capital delivery efficiency and effectiveness and the organisational / procurement model to enable this. The second wave was focussed on embedding and end to end service delivery model at a whole of organisational level.
Kirsten Ruckert, National Executive, Performance, Participation and Change, WSP
Asset managers addressing the decarbonisation challenge properly
Dr Carla Boehl, FIEAus CPEng GAICD, Rio Tinto
With increasing pressure from different stakeholder groups to reduce the impact of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects, recently assets have become more challenging to manage. Dr Boehl will update on perspectives, insights and practices with you.
Culture: The Living Asset
Nicola Belcher, Director Rail Assets, Projects and Compliance, Victorian Department of Transport
A presentation on how important culture is in managing assets effectively and how we should value culture as a living asset in our organisation, based on Nicola's experiences in different asset management roles throughout her career.
Other Upcoming AMCouncil Chapter Webinars:
Free for AMCouncil members | Register for individual sessions below
Building an asset framework in a facilities management business
Hosted by the AMCouncil Melbourne Chapter
10 August | 6pm AEST
Presenter: Luke Vaughan, GM Asset Management, Programmed Facility Management
Asset Management Systems - Line of Sight
Hosted by the AMCouncil Sydney Chapter
18 August | 6pm AEST
Presenter: Mark Ragusa, Head of Asset Risk & Performance, Ausgrid
Asset Management in Local Government is more than Roads, Rates and Rubbish
Hosted by the AMCouncil Brisbane Chapter
26 August | 4.30 AEST
Presenters: Ashish Shah, Lead Engineer, Strategic Asset Management Transport, Brisbane City Council; and Chris Campbell, Executive Coordinator Strategic Asset Management, City of Gold Coast