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Blog Category: Asset Management

Asset management planning refers to the systematic approach of managing an organization’s assets to achieve its strategic goals and objectives. It involves identifying, acquiring, operating, maintaining, upgrading, and disposing of assets in a cost-effective and sustainable manner. The key components of asset management planning include inventory management, risk assessment, life cycle analysis, performance monitoring, and decision-making processes. Effective asset management planning can help organizations optimize their asset utilization, reduce costs, improve safety and reliability, and enhance customer satisfaction. Read out blog posts to get a better understanding.

The Power of Senior Level Champions in Asset Management

The Power of Senior Level Champions in Asset Management

In the realm of asset management, one question always looms large as was the case...


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What I Learned at FEFPA and NSPMA

What I Learned at FEFPA and NSPMA

Winter conference season is upon us folks.  I just wrapped up two weeks of conferences...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 15 – It’s a Strategy Not a Solution

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 15 – It’s a Strategy Not a Solution

We made it!!! 15 Posts, nearly 4 months and we are at the final "Peeling...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 13 – Spending Your Money More Wisely

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 13 – Spending Your Money More Wisely

When I set out to write this series, I knew it was going to be...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 12 – Show Me the Money

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 12 – Show Me the Money

Nearly every public sector institution across North America (and around the world I presume) has...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 11 – Prioritization – Decision Support vs. Decision Making

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 11 – Prioritization – Decision Support vs. Decision Making

Going from a "list of needs" provided in an engineering report (i.e., a condition assessment,...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 10 – Prioritization – Which High is Higher than High

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 10 – Prioritization – Which High is Higher than High

A nearly universal challenge that organizations face is a lack of sufficient funding to address...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 9 – Open Sesame!

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 9 – Open Sesame!

In the last post, I provided support for the idea of using multiple different tools...


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“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 8 – Avoiding the Second Temptation of Software

“Peeling the Onion” on Integrated Asset Management – Part 8 – Avoiding the Second Temptation of Software

In the last post, I talked about the first temptation of filling your tool best,...


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