The Asset Leadership Network is an organization focused on impacting asset management across all industries, markets and sectors that are dependent on physical assets to achieve strategic organizational objectives. Simply, asset management helps organizations realize greater value from their assets, and impacts the financial and operational performance of the enterprise.
The vision of the Asset Leadership Network is to increase the awareness of private industry, public organizations and government entities regarding the application and use of ISO 55000 to realize the full value of their assets through managing risk and opportunity, in order to achieve the desired balance of cost, risk and performance.
The ALN’s primary objective is to help organizations identify and utilize the best practices most suited to the organization’s needs. The ALN recognizes asset management as a distinct professional discipline complementary to other professional disciplines involved in managing assets, and provides a broad network where leaders quickly find the help and solutions they are looking for, including best practices, use cases, systems, doctrine, business processes, strategies, services, professional organizations, or people.
In short, the ALN helps organizations do what they do better, while advancing the practice of asset management as a whole.
- Share existing knowledge and good practice
- Generate and extend knowledge and good practices
- Influence public policy and stakeholder expectations
- Promote capability and excellence in asset management
- Promote knowledge and competence of individuals through member organizations
- Provide value to member organizations based on contributions and cooperation of members
- Raise profile and respect of Asset Management
- Collaborate with and support other bodies having similar objectives
- Develop and maintain an appropriate and sustainable organization
- Contribute to international efforts to advance Asset Management
Jim Dieter is the CEO of the Asset Leadership Network and an asset management expert and consultant with experience spanning multiple asset management sectors. As a leader in the international Asset Management community, he served as head of the US Delegation to ISO TC/251 for ISO 55000 and is an active member of the NPMA, ASTM, FRPA, and the IAM.
Under Jim’s leadership, the vision of the Asset Leadership Network is to increase the awareness of private industry, public organizations and government entities regarding ISO 55000 as a tool to realize value from their assets.