Strategic Asset Management and Why You Should Care
Recorded On: 10/07/2020
We’re all experiencing unprecedented change – in how we work, where we work, and certainly in our already-constrained budgets. Overcoming the uncertainty of change comes from understanding our options and having solid data-driven plans to support those options, especially as stimulus funds become available.
In this webinar, we will dive into the game-changing world of strategic asset management (SAM). This shift takes us from traditional tactical asset management to future-focused lifecycle modeling that balances budgets, communities’ service needs, and asset conditions – ultimately delivering more sustainable facilities and infrastructure into the future.
Join the conversation to answer questions like:
- How do I manage the life of my entire asset portfolio over the long term?
- How do I deliver the service my community needs from these assets?
- How can I do both of those things, yet still balance tight budgets?
- What will future asset health and service levels be under different funding scenarios?
- How can I get started with the data I have today?
Join us to see how strategic asset management delivers solid, integrated long-term capital works and financial plans that powerfully demonstrate to you and your stakeholders the consequences of today’s decisions on tomorrow’s infrastructure and facilities.
This webinar is complimentary thanks to the sponsorship of an ICMA Strategic Partner who will have access to registration information.
ICMA Practice Areas:  Strategic Planning;  Community and Resident Service;  Technological Literacy;  Financial Management and Budgeting
VP of Strategic Asset Management, Dude Solutions
Ashay has over 20 years’experience in strategic asset management and was the Co-Founderof Assetic, which was recently acquired by Dude Solutions. He has led thedevelopment of condition algorithms, asset valuation methods, lifecycle prediction analytics, and ispassionate about applying this science to close the global infrastructurerenewal gap. Ashay has a Directorship at the Asia Pacific Institute of AssetManagement, is an adjunct professor of Strategic Asset Management at BondUniversity, a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons), and is a chartered professionalmember of the Institution of Engineers Australia.
Asset Management Coordinator - Infrastructure Services, Byron Shire Council, New South Wales, Australia
Blyth has more than 20 years’ experience in Australian Local Government Asset Management covering all civil infrastructure. She has a Spatial Science (GIS) degree and Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Professional Honours in Infrastructure Asset Management). Currently she is the Asset Management Coordinator for Byron Shire Council which faces unique challenges of being a small regional council with 30,000 population and very neglected aging infrastructure. Blyth has a keen interest in asset management process improvement, marketing and technical innovation such as drone use.