Keynote speakers, presenters and panelists are being asked to address asset management inequity and inequality when they participate in reStructuring America. Art Kurland, ALN Senior Fellow, says, “Just using ISO 55000 addresses inequality and inequity”. Kurland is Director of Capital and Asset Management at University Health System, the first health care institution with ISO 55000 certification. Register for web events from October 6 – 22 below:
ALN Th@4 – this Thursday, September, 17 at 4 pm Eastern – ALN Senior Fellow Art Kurland will chat with Jim Dieter about the process and value of ISO 55000 certification and a systems management organizational approach.
Thursday, September 24 will feature Keith Cunningham, Assistant Director, Infrastructure with the U.S. Government Accountability Office chatting with Jack Dempsey, ALN Senior Fellow. Register here.
Rhys Davies, Chairman, ISO 55000 TC/251, will keynote the “Demystifying Standards and Certification” web event on Thursday 8 October at 1 pm. Davis will draw on 10 years of experience as Chairman of the ISO Technical Committee 251 Asset Management to update attendees on new developments with the ISO 55000 series of asset management standards and why they matter.
ALN A55K Professional Certification
Another class of 20 federally focused professionals have started training through the Andrew James Advisory Group for the ALN A55K Professional Certification exam. Consider learning about why a growing number of professionals are pursing advanced understanding of ISO 55000 and how to use it to gain dramatic benefits for organizations.
The best source for the most current asset leadership and asset management information is the ALN 2020 Asset Leadership Forum – reStructuring America. More than a dozen web events spread over the first three weeks in October will provide a wealth of current information that can be immediately applied.