Registration is now open for the Asset Management Strategy Webinar Series

Tune in every Friday at 12 noon NZT / 10:00am AEST to hear from our asset management experts and learn what it takes to develop a successful asset management strategy.

Register once for access to all 5 webinars.

 

Upcoming Webinars:

Jose Litre Sarah Hayman-OReilly

Co-Host

Jose Litre

Customer Success Manager - NZ at SPM Assets

Co-Host

Sarah Hayman-O'Reilly

Customer Success Manager - Australia, Sales Engineer at SPM Assets

 

Friday 15th May: Real Life Challenges in the World of Asset Management

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Presenter

Tom Clarke

Key Accounts Manager at SPM Assets

Implementing good asset management practice can often prove challenging in the real world.  But what are some of these real life challenges, and what might you do to navigate past them?

In this final webinar of the series, Tom Clarke (Key Accounts Manager) will discuss some common challenges organisations encounter, and will outline some examples of how clients have navigated past them.

  • Executing Asset Management – weaving it all together  
  • A pragmatic approach to implementing Asset Management

 

Past webinars:

 

Friday 17th April: Asset Management Principles

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Presenter

David Long

General Manager - NZ at SPM Assets

In this webinar, David Long (SPM Assets GM - NZ) will provide an introduction to asset management outlining key principles and considerations in the planning process.

Property assets are a key factor in achieving your organisation’s strategic objectives. Hear how to align your property strategy with your overall strategic objectives for better long-term decisions – plus a lot more

An eBook summarising these Asset Management principles will be sent to all webinar attendees.

 

Friday 24th April: Understanding Key Concepts

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Presenter

David Long

General Manager - NZ at SPM Assets

In this webinar, David Long (SPM Assets GM - NZ) will discuss key Asset Management concepts, including usage case scenarios by Customers and what benefits they are deriving today.

At the end of the webinar, ask David anything on these key Asset Management concepts in his Q&A session.

 

Friday 1st May: Technology Makes Asset Management Work

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Steve Lyons

CEO at SPM Assets

Steve Lyons (SPM Assets CEO) will discuss a ‘top-down process’ to asset management planning – recognising the importance of leveraging organisational knowledge through starting at the strategy and project planning level first.

This top-down process is then progressively supported over time with good quality well-targeted asset data (bottom-up approach) to build evidence that identifies projects to address future risk. It’s all about getting your governance right first, that’s the basics, without that, it’s just a short term interest in asset management.

This brings together caring for existing assets while recognising larger capital budgets are often driven by changes in functional requirements and legislative compliance.

We all need to aim for a real business and digital transformation that will make a difference to the organisation, stakeholders, customers and the wider community. Of course, this will lead to a list of well planned projects that will be delivered at the right time and for the right reasons – moving an organisation from asset level analysis into project level decision making – and moving from a reactive to a planned approach to caring for your portfolio.

 

Friday 8th May: Best Practice in Property Lifecycle Asset Management Planning

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Steve Lyons

CEO at SPM Assets

Steve Lyons (CEO – SPM Assets) discusses the best processes for assessing and maintaining assets. Throughout the webinar Steve will weave in key principles and considerations in the planning process. This session is one you don’t want to miss.

Steve is an expert in his field, having authored the NAMS Property Manual, co-authored the IPWEA Practice Note 3 for Building Condition and Performance Assessments and has contributed to the International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM).

All webinar attendees will receive the latest copy of SPM Assets' Property Lifecycle Asset Management Planning eBook.

Added bonus - Facilities Management Association of NZ (FMANZ) also recognise viewing this webinar as contributing towards members continuing professional development (CPD).