ALN Newsletter August 11 2020

ALN Th@4 – this Thursday, August 13, at 4 pm Eastern – ALN Board Member and Senior Fellow Richard Culbertson will chat about Asset Management Disasters with Mike Bordenaro.

Thursday 20 August will feature ALN Senior Fellow Jack Dempsey and Jim Dieter chatting about current developments in editing the ISO 55000 and 55001.


Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League, and former Mayor of New Orleans, has agreed to provide a keynote presentation for the ALN 2020 Fall Forum, reStructuring America. Mr. Morial will speak on Tuesday 13 October at 1 pm Eastern. He will start the discussion of “Addressing Inequality through Asset Leadership.”


Deregulation in theAirline Industry

Dr. Marty Rowland, ALN Senior Fellow, will make a web presentation on Thursday 13 August at 6:30 pm Eastern addressing the questions – What was the consumer’s experience prior to and after the deregulation wave in the aviation industry? Did this popular philosophy bear out its promises, or was deception part of the package all along? The presentation is hosted by the Henry Green School of Social Sciences where Rowland is a Board Member.

International Society
of Engineering
Asset Managers

ISEAM is hosting web series titled the World Congress on Engineering Asset Management starting on August 19, 2020. A panel will discuss accreditation and certification in asset management. Registration is free.


BIMStorm at a Distance
Overview Article

BIMStorm at a Distance is an ongoing set of activities to help people better understand remote work capabilities that have been proven through federal projects and elsewhere. This Newsletter has featured the activities co-hosted by the ALN and the National Institute of Building Science in the past. A written account by Michael Bordenaro is now available on the ALN website.

reStructuring America is the 2020 ALN web forum of ideas, best practices, case studies and information that can be immediately useful to organizations. Starting on October 6, 2020 the web forum will feature programs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays until October 22, 2020.