In partnership with the Institute of Asset Management
The course provides practical insight into the development of effective strategies for Asset Management, including alignment with organizational objectives and engagement of the workforce, goal-setting, prioritization, risk management, performance monitoring and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Taught by highly experienced asset management experts, this course includes plenty of real-world examples and interactive exercises.
The course introduces the concepts, roles, and benefits of a SAMP. It shows how such a Strategy achieves the essential alignment between (top-down) organizational objectives and stakeholder requirements, with the (bottom-up) realities of assets and asset management capabilities. Every SAMP is unique, due to the individual nature of each organization’s asset portfolio, operating context, and expectations of its stakeholders. This course explains how to develop and customize a SAMP to be organization-specific. It also shows how this process can be used effectively to engage all disciplines and achieve consensus about goals, priorities and responsibilities for delivery.
This course is for anyone responsible for any aspect of strategic planning, or anyone who wishes to understand the role of a Strategic Asset Management Plan, how best to develop, maintain and use one. Typical participant roles include:
At the end of this course the participant will be able to:
This course is suitable for those who already have a basic understanding of Asset Management principles and practices. For example, successful completion of the 1-day IAM Foundation course or the Woodhouse Asset Management Academy ‘Principles of Asset Management’ eLearning modules.
Recommended prior reading includes “Asset Management: an Anatomy” available from www.theIAM.org
1 Day Inhouse
Tailored to Organisation
In addition to the training materials, each participant will receive a free copy of the IAM guidebook “Developing and Maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP)”.