Build relationships, identify best practices, work together to shape regulatory and legislative policies for efficient asset management
Value, ESG, and ISO Governance Standards
Peader Duffy, Global ESG Practice Lead at Archer Integrated Risk Management; ESG Exchange Technical Committee Chair; and member of the ISO 37000 governance committee, will provide a governance-oriented presentation on Maintaining Value and Creating Value. Mr. Duffy defines risk and value in terms of what leaders need to know to improve policy and decision making, not in terms of depreciated asset value.
ESG expert Mary Adams, President, Smarter-Companies and Co-Founder, Insights7, and Jim Dieter, ALN CEO will join in a discussion after the presentation.
Managing Data as an Asset – Value and Benefits Series
Value and Benefits from Asset Management
An International Web Program Series of Asset Management Success Stories
AEST – Sydney time: Wednesday 8 February 8am – 9am AEST EST – Washington, D.C. time: Tuesday 7 February 4pm – 5pm EST
Two presentations that focus on how strategic decisions about addressing data as an asset, enables the delivery of customer outcomes, through asset management.
Kimon Onuma is President of Onuma, Inc., a consultant to California Community Colleges and it’s Los Angeles Community College District.
The California Community Colleges has 112 campuses and more than 5,000 buildings and has been using APIs for Space Management, GIS, CMMS, BIM and visualizing its asset data through its FUSION data system for more than a decade.
The Los Angeles Community College District has 9 campuses, 742 buildings and leverages the FUSION platform to use the same asset data across multiple web applications.
An executive from LACCD has been invited to join the presentation.
John Hardwick, Executive Director for Asset Management at Transport, New South Wales, Australia.
John is responsible for leading and enabling transport service outcomes for customers and communities, through effective whole of life asset management.
John was previously the Executive Director, Sydney Division for former Roads and Maritime Services where he led the division’s first Strategic Asset Management Plan.
John has a background of over 30 years in asset management within the electricity and transport industries, is a passionate leader of organizational improvement in asset and operational risk management and has implemented world class asset management strategies and data driven systems to manage risk and provide value for customers and communities.
John is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and serves as a board member for numerous global and Australian asset management organizations.
Asset Management Leadership: A White Paper
The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and the Asset Leadership Network (ALN) are delighted to co-publish “Asset Management Leadership: A White Paper.”
The paper outlines key characteristics of leadership to assist asset management organizations achieve mission success. It identifies that leaders exist at all levels of an organization and covers roles leaders play at those different levels to harness untapped organizational potential. The paper also highlights what leaders can do to support advancing asset management in an organization. The paper concludes with some reflections on why this is a decisive decade for asset management leadership.
The IAM and ALN would like to thank the principal authors of this paper Mark Knight and Mark DeClercq (IAM USA chapter) and Michael Bordenaro (ALN) and the numerous contributors from both organizations who reviewed and commented on the paper.
The IAM and ALN will be holding a joint webinar to discuss the paper and get your views on the areas discussed in this paper on Tuesday 14 February at 3 pm London/10 am Washington, D.C. The panel will include the key authors, Ursula Bryan, IAM CEO and Jim Dieter ALN CEO. After an overview of the paper, there will be at least 30 minutes for discussion with the online audience.
Advancing Outcomes with Asset Leadership
Advancing Outcomes with Asset Leadership is a month of web programs starting December 1 2022. A PDF “book” of highlights will result from the program. If you are interested in participating or contributing content to Advancing Outcomes with Asset Leadership, email ALN Executive Director Mike Bordenaro at mbordenaro@AssetLeadership.net.
A special hour-long edition of ALN Th@3 pm ET featuring ALN Board Chair Jim Dieter, and ALN Board Members Jack Kelly and Jack Dempsey discussing documents that help leaders set policy, establish strategy, and implement tactics that drive government organizational impact.
A panel on Canadian legislation, policy and strategy that is beginning to influence asset management in the U.S. Chris Chen, Executive Director, Asset Management Ontario will be a featured presenter. Ashay Prabhu, Founder of Assetic, and Jennifer Zach, CMO MentorAPM, ALN Board of Directors Member and Canadian citizen will join the panel.
A discussion with key authors of the Portland, Oregon Asset Management Policy that was impacted by the ALN Advancing Equity with Asset Management Board. Chris Silkie and Shannon Reynolds from the City of Portland, Oregon will be featured.
A recap of highlights on Advancing Outcomes with Asset Leadership by selected attendees. Let us know if you are interested in participating in the recap session (and New Year’s Party.)
ALN 2022 Spring Summit: Microgrid Asset Leadership
Microgrids are local energy grids that may connect to, and disconnect from, traditional wide-area electric grids.
Microgrids are valued for power reliability at critical infrastructure, such as hospitals, water treatment plants, in disaster recovery areas, and after armed conflicts, like in Ukraine.
A structured approach to asset management combined with Microgrid innovation will help leaders understand how to gain dramatic benefits in support of mission sustainability.
ALN Microgrid Asset Leadership Roundtable
Dr. Dorothy Robyn, Senior Fellow at the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy; National Academy of Sciences Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment, Board Member; Dr. Tony McGrail, IEEE Asset Management Committee Chair; Jon Arnup, CEO Trent Port Services, Singapore, an ALN Member Organization; Moshe Nelson, ALN Senior Fellow, Principal, Grant Thornton Public Sector, an ALN Member Organization;
ALN Microgrid BIMStorm Interactive Workshop – Focus on Ukraine
Digital Twins representing microgrids can be created on your computer and “landed” in Ukraine to help model restoration of power. Combine that with the coordinated input of expert participants who have been pre-planning for the workshop BIMstorm, and meaningful microgrid asset management planning is established. Kimon Onuma, President, ONUMA, Inc., an ALN Patron Organization, leads William Heegaard, President of Footprint Project renewable microgrid provider to Ukraine.
A live presentation of results from the Interactive Workshop. Michael Hardy, Bureau Veritas, Asset Management Leader, Buildings & Infrastructure and ALN Senior Fellow, provides expert commentary. Art Kurland, ALN Senior Fellow and University Health Director, Capital and Asset Management also comments. Focus is on observations and recommendations for ways of achieving mission success.
Paul Shmotolokha – ALN Th@3
CEO, Director at New Use Energy.
People Are Not Assets – Roundtable
It is common for organizational leaders to say, “Our people are our most important assets.” While well-meaning, assets are things – tangible and intangible. The contributions of people are the intangible assets that are being referred to in the misguided phrase above. The patents, copyrights, and other intellectual property of people are assets, not the people themselves.
Sustainable Value Creation from Infrastructure Asset Leadership Summit
Infrastructure is intended to support human flourishing. But often, the human interest in new projects detracts from the necessary work of maintaining infrastructure so it can be of service to ongoing generations of stakeholders.
The ALN 2022 Spring Web Summit will highlight the proven ways leaders of federal agencies, states, and local governments can work together to ensure the highest value is delivered to the nation through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
– Examples of what has worked in the U.S. and other countries will be highlighted.
– Thought leaders will share how existing approaches to infrastructure asset management can be improved.
Tuesday 15 March
1:00 pm Eastern – Keynote Program: Michigan Infrastructure Council – Presentations and discussions with John Weiss, MIC Chairman; Erin Kuhn, Exec. Director West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission; Ryan Laruwe, MIC Executive Director; Iain Cranston, President, icInfrastructure, consultant on MIC Council Asset Management Training
2:00 pm Eastern – Continued discussion with other State and Local Executives including a GFOA Representative – Michael DeMers, Principal, Grant Thornton; Hugh Sinclair, Division Manager, Enterprise Asset Management, WSSC Water; Kyle Wedberg, Senior Manager, Research and Consulting, GFOA; Chris Silke, Portland, Oregon Parks and Recreation, Asset Management Program Manager
3:00 pm Eastern – Cameron Oskvig, Director, National Academy of Sciences Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment (BICE); Jack Dempsey, BICE Board Member; ALN Board of Directors Member; ALN Senior Fellow; Director, Definitive Logic
3:30 pm Eastern – Andrew Von Ah, Director of Infrastructure U.S. Government Accountability Office and Elizabeth Repko, Director for Surface Transportation Issues; Heather Krause, Director for Aviation Issues; Jill Naamane, Director for Federal Asset Management Issues
Wednesday 16 March
1:00 pm Eastern – Panel: Learning from International Infrastructure Asset Leadership Success
Chris Chen, Executive Director at Asset Management Ontario (AMONTario)
Michelle Walker, Corporate Asset Management Coordinator, City of Greater Geelong, Australia
Ben Clark, Group Manager, Assets and Infrastructure, Town of Walkerville, AU
Mildred Chua-Ulger, ALN Board of Directors, ALN Senior Fellow; IAM Knowledge Leadership Group Lead; 34 years with NYC MTA
Amy Lindblom, Director, Enterprise Asset Management, Sound Transit; IAM USA, Chair; IAM North America Women in Asset Management, Chair
Robert Radovanovic, PhD, Branch Manager, Calgary Engineering at McElhanney, University of Calgary, Adjunct Associate Professor
Alexa Braun, Vice President & Operations Leader- Strategic Consulting, North America, Jacobs
Municipal Asset Leadership Web Series
Bringing a World of Experience to U.S. Local Governments
The Asset Leadership Network and Member Organization Assetic are pleased to present a series of web programs showing case studies from municipalities around the world that are leading to improved asset management in the U.S.
How the U.S. can Benefit from International Approaches to Asset Management March 2 at 3 pm Eastern
Ashay Prabhu, Founder and President of Assetic by Dude Solutions, will describe and model proven infrastructure asset management strategic approaches that maximize financial value in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States and elsewhere. The U.S. can consider this model when addressing IIJA fund distributions.
Learning from the City of Greater Geelong, Australia March 8 at 3 pm Eastern
Michelle Walker, City Manager, City of Greater Geelong, Australia will discuss balancing municipal needs with restricted federal, state, and local resources to achieve maximum value for citizens. Ms. Walker has focused on municipal asset management for the past 14 years after being a Senior Engineer in the Australian Department of Transport and Main Roads. She will discuss the success achieved with intentional federal and local asset management integration.
Four Questions that Transformed Municipal Asset Management April 13 at 3 pm Eastern – Windsor, Canada
Melissa Osborne, Senior Manager of Asset Planning, City of Windsor will discuss the four key questions asked in 2010 that helped tear down silos, deliver progressive wins, established understanding of Asset Management value, and ultimately led to a dedicated tax for sustaining existing assets.
2021 reStructuring America – Building on Success – Agenda
Web Conference October 11 – November 12
An ongoing discussion among global leaders addressing actionable policy, strategy & tactics to guide asset-related business activities.
Executives from private industry and government have presented clear paths to dramatically improved mission success through use of repeatable asset management structures at past Asset Leadership Network programs.
These leaders provide a meaningful foundation to encourage confident decision making about asset management policy that structuresstrategy, tactics, and operations. Many of these executives are speaking again this year about ongoing success stories and lessons learned. We are honored to have an expanding number of professionals sharing their success stories.
The 2021 ALN reStructuring America – Building on Success web conference continues discussions about a National Asset Leadership Strategy; Sector Asset Leadership Structures for Infrastructure, Healthcare, Electric Utilities, Water & Wastewater, Government Markets, and more.
Over the years, three main themes have emerged – Leadership, Equity, and Value. Please seek the information you need to help leadership at your organization gain confidence to transform mission outcomes with a structured and equitable approach to asset management. Then consider joining the network to share your success story.
There are plenty of opportunities to advance your Asset Management IQ with a few web programs each week leading up to Asset Leadership Week. This culminating week will include a U.S. Department of State program on November 10, 2021. This special event may be in-person if conditions allow.
Overview of Web Events
Keynote presentations, panels, roundtables, and discussions
Week 1: 11 October – Advancing Equity with Infrastructure Asset Leadership 12 October – ALN Water & Wastewater Asset Leadership Board 13 October – What About Value from Government Personal Property Assets? A Roundtable 14 October – Value from Federal Asset Management
Week 2: 19 October – Advancing Asset Management with Certification and Training 20 October – Asset Leadership Roundtable 20 October – Transportation / Transit Asset Leadership Program 21 October – ALN Español: ISO 55001 Certification in Central and South America (Spanish Language and English Language programs)
Week 3: 26 October – U.S. Air Force Asset Leadership Update 27 October – ALN Healthcare Asset Leadership Board 27 October – Value from Intangible Assets and the 6 Capitals Roundtable 28 October – Federal Law Enforcement Asset Leadership Board
Week 4: 2 November – Resiliency and Asset Leadership 3 November – Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership Roundtable 4 November – ALN Electric Utility Asset Leadership Board
2021 Asset Leadership Week: 8 November – U.S. GAO Infrastructure Update – ALN Senior Fellows 9 November – ISO 55K Update & Issues and Evolution Roundtable 9 November – Value and Benefits from Asset Management with Australian Asset Man. Council 10 November – U.S. Department of State Asset Management 11 November – ALN Th@3 pm ET 12 November – Next Steps – Open Web Discussion
Monday 11 October 1:30 pm Eastern
1:30pm – Opening words from ALN CEOJim Dieter and a brief overview of events from ALN Board of Directors Member Jennifer Zach, Uberlytics COO.
2 pm – Martin O’Malley Keynote: “Advancing Equity with Infrastructure Asset Leadership”
Martin O’Malley is the former Governor of Maryland, the former Mayor of Baltimore, and author of “Smarter Government.” His book outlines successful processes he implemented in government, benefits generated for citizens of Baltimore and Maryland, and how governments can replicate the dramatic results. Gov. O’Malley will be addressing how infrastructure spending is crucial to advancing equity in the U.S.
2:30 pm – “Advancing Equity with Infrastructure Asset Leadership” Panel
Supported by ALN Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership Board
A panel of executives from government and private companies will discuss Gov. O’Malley’s keynote and add their experience and knowledge to the topic.
Ben McAdams, former U.S. Congressman from Utah, former Mayor of Salt Lake County, Utah, and Common Ground Institute, Founder; Hugh Sinclair, Division Manager. Asset Management at WSSC Water; David Totman, ALN Senior Fellow and American Society of Civil Engineers Liaison to ISO 55000; Cecilia Mowatt, Esq., President, Strategies In Site: Mildred Chua-Ulger, former NYC MTA, Director Enterprise Information and Asset Management
Tuesday 12 October
2 pm – ABS Group and ALN White Paper on ISO 55000 and Water Treatment
ABS Group used its work with water treatment plant owners to create the foundation of a paper on how ISO 55000 benefits this critical asset category. The ALN provided review, comments, and edits to provide foundational information that crucial for water treatment plant executives. Owners of other asset categories can apply the foundational information to their work. Special thanks to ABS Group
Uberlytics: Building better risk-based asset management programs
Wednesday 13 October
3 pm – What About Value from Government Personal Property Assets? A Roundtable
Government real property assets get a fair share of attention. Should more attention be given to government personal property assets? Most definitely. This panel will discuss the ways to dramatically improve government personal property asset management.
Special thanks to the National Property Management Association (NPMA)
There are number of federal executives who have talked with us about their asset management policies and strategies and how they impact tactics and operations. We will confirm one executive to have a casual web discussion about the current state of federal asset leadership from their purview.
2:30 pm – Value from Federal Asset Management Panel
Bob Leitch was one of the first federal executives to study and implement ISO 55000 while he was at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He coalesced an informal federal asset management group that shared best practices and lessons learned. That group has presented at past ALN programs. And even though Mr. Leitch is now at Woolpert, he still facilitates presentations by his former federal executive colleagues.
Bob Leitch, ALN Senior Fellow; Chris Lyles, Vice President, Asset Planning and Management, Western Area Power Administration; Chris Vick, Asset Management Director, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Peter Dodgion, Asset Management Program Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works; David Shelby, Agency Property Management Officer, National Utilization Officer at US EPA;
Tuesday 19 October
3 pm – Advancing Asset Management with Training & Certification
Professional Certification and Training for individuals will be discussed. There will be a special emphasis on how the ALN A55K Professional Certification training has directly helped with
Lindsay Zeigler, President, Andrew James Advisory Group; Alex Barenblitt, Senior Consultant, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Property/Asset Management, LMI; Richard Dietz, DC Government, Project Manager – Capital Asset Replacement Scheduling System at Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)
Wednesday 20 October
2 pm – Asset Leadership Roundtable
Kimon Onuma, President, Onuma, Inc., an ALN Patron Member, has seen transformational initiatives fall flat when leadership is missing. Proper leadership needs to set policy and strategy that remains in place no matter who is in charge. This and other leadership issues to avoid – and leadership practices to replicate – will be presented by Mr. Onuma and then discussed by ALN Senior Fellows and others. Learn what leaders should do and the issues to avoid.
Transit is a critical sub-sector of the transportation infrastructure industry and is reliant on other major infrastructure sectors, such as power and water. With a meaningful infrastructure spending bill in Congress, it is important to discuss
ABS Quality Evaluations, miembro patrocinador de ALN, proporciona evaluaciones y certificaciones de sistemas de gestión en todo el mundo. Están certificando más organizaciones en América del Sur y Central que en los Estados Unidos. Parte de esto se debe a que algunos países requieren que ciertas industrias obtengan certificaciones, como ISO 55001. Este programa web en español mostrará los aspectos más destacados de la gestión de activos en América del Sur y Central.
Daniel Ortiz Plata, ALN Senior Fellow, President, Ortiz Ruiz Consultants; Rodolfo Vega Manrique, ABS Quality Evaluations, Regional Manager Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean; Sergio Custodio, ABS Quality Evaluations, Regional Manager, South America; Carlos Eduardo Albarici, Enel Distribuição São Paulo, Senior Specialist of Management System HSEQ – Health, Safety, Environment, and Quality
ALN Patron Member ABS Quality Evaluations provides management system evaluations and certifications around the world. They are certifying more organizations in South and Central America than in the United States. Part of this is because some countries require certain industries to obtain certifications, such as ISO 55001. This Spanish-language web program will showcase highlights of asset management in South and Central America.
ABS-QE Data-Driven Solutions for Risk and Reliability
3 pm – ALN Español in English Panel
South America and Central America are far ahead of the United States in terms of total number of ISO 55001 Certifications. We have asked the ALN Español team to provide an English-language explanation of why organizational certification is taking off in South and Central America and give insight on the competitive advantage of legislating certification.
Dominic Townsend, President, ABS Quality Evaluations;Daniel Ortiz Plata, ALN Senior Fellow, President, Ortiz Ruiz Consultants; Rodolfo Vega Manrique, ABS Quality Evaluations, Regional Manager Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean; Sergio Custodio, ABS Quality Evaluations, Regional Manager, South America; Jorge Mores, Norm & Standards Manager, AES South America;
Tuesday 26 October
2 pm – U.S. Air Force Asset Leadership Update
The USAF is an ongoing a leader in the current asset management evolution because they always take the lead in utilizing the most advanced ways of working to bring back every pilot from every mission. The USAF has been generous in sharing its use of ISO 55000 and a structured approach to asset management to improve mission success. Hear about their latest achievements and how you might learn from them.
Russell Weniger, Chief, Silver Branch, Installation Engineer Division, AFIMSC, USAF; Brenda Roesch, Chief Facilities Engineering at U.S. Air Force Installation Mission Support Center; Jack Dempsey, Director, Definitive Logic;
The ALN has been addressing healthcare asset management since we gave the VA, DoD, OMB, NIBS, and contractors a 2017 Impact Award for Federal Collaboration on a healthcare planning system. With University Health as an Organizational Member and Art Kurland as an ALN Senior Fellow, we are still a vehicle for the most recent healthcare asset management knowledge and insight. Organizational Members Grant Thornton and Andrew James Advisory Group also provide a depth of knowledge on the subject. Join them all for a presentation by Art Kurland followed by a discussion on the most recent healthcare asset management developments.
Arthur Kurland, Director, Capital and Asset Management, University Health System and ALN Senior Fellow; Tia Maragos, Principal, Andrew James Advisory Group; Ezra (Ed) Safdie, Director, Grant Thornton;
University Health offers everything from an experienced family medicine practice in San Antonio to emergency services to meet your health needs.
3 pm – Value from Intangible Assets and the 6 Capitals Roundtable
Mary Adams will facilitate an interactive intangible asset identification process with all interested participants. Therefore, this will be a web meeting, not a webinar. All participants will be able to turn off camera and microphone if desired.
The idea of taking many measurements of success is very much aligned with the values of ISO 55000. The 6 Capitals approach represents the idea that you need to look at more than just profit as the measurement of financial success. The ALN is happy to open a discussion with the Licensing Executives Society, which looks at the 6 Capitals approach to financial evaluation and other multi-capital approaches to valuing organizations and their Intellectual Property, which constitutes much of the value of publicly traded companies. Learn how asset management structures, such as ISO 55000, can help organize non-tangible assets to give organizations more value.
Mary Adams, Founder, Smarter-Companies; Bill Elkington, Managing Member, Mind IC, LLC; Past President and Chair, Licensing Executives Society, USA and Canada; Past Chair, LES Standards; Ron Laurie, Chair Licensing Executives Society, Silicon Valley Chapter, Managing Director, Inflexion Point Strategy; Marty Rowland, ALN Senior Fellow; Jim Dieter, CEO, ALN;
Thursday 28 October
2 pm – Federal Law Enforcement Executive Web Chat and Panel
Many years of Federal Law Enforcement programs have shown agencies readily exchange their experience to bring value to the nation. This year, the ALN Federal Law Enforcement Board has also established a draft Federal Law Enforcement Strategic Asset Leadership Structure (SALS) to guide national thinking toward dramatic benefits from shared best practices on asset leadership. Conversation with Federal Law Enforcement Executives will surround presentation of the SALS.
Moshe Nelson, Principal and Asset Management Lead, Grant Thornton; Charles Ford (not pictured), retired Air Force, formerly DHS, current Federal Government Agency Asset Manager; Porscha Porter, Personal Property Policy & Oversight (PPPO), Office of the Chief Readiness Support Officer (OCRSO), Department of Homeland Security; Kimone Fevrier, Program Analyst, Mobile Assets & Personal Property (MAPP), Personal Property Policy & Oversight (PPPO), Office of the Chief Readiness Support Officer (OCRSO), Department of Homeland Security; Nicole M. Johnson, Chief of Staff, Office of Asset and Facilities Management (OAFM), Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Francia Henry, New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority, Police and Security Division;
5 pm – Asset Management Visualization with Agent of Change, David Albrice
A visually-aided discussion on how to bring value through Asset Management Systems and leadership, and how sophisticated 3D animations are being used as an awareness-building technique to engage more effectively with different stakeholder groups.
David Albrice, Director, AIM Asset Insight Management, and Board Member for the Canada Institute of Asset Management; Nick Knoke, Director, Technology, ALN
Mitigating risk with proven asset leadership systems thinking to improve resiliency can provide insights for many organizations with multiple asset portfolios.
Jesse Rothkopf, Managing Principal, Life Cycle Engineering; Dragan Komljenovic, Senior Research Scientist, Hydro-Quebec Research Institute; Michael Bordenaro, ALN, Director, Communications; Brian Weaver, Vice President, Risk and Reliability Services at ABS Group
Wednesday 3 November
3 pm – Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership Roundtable
A web roundtable discussion will address key asset management equity issues – starting with ISO 55001 4.2, which states, “involve all relevant stakeholders.”
3 pm – ALN Electric Utility Asset Leadership Board Panel
The value assets provide to Electric Utilities and the value electricity provides as an asset to their customers will be discussed in context of ISO 55K.
Alan Ross, Founder and President, Electric Power Reliability Alliance; Dragan Komljenovic, Senior Research Scientist, Hydro-Quebec Research Institute; Tony McGrail, Chair, IEEE Asset Management Committee; Jim Dieter, ALN CEO; Mark Knight, IAM Knowledge Leadership Group, IAM Director of Projects
Asset Leadership Week Nov. 8 – 12, 2021
Monday 8 November
2 pm – U.S. GAO Infrastructure Update
The U.S. Government Accountability put asset management into a “next level” with its publication of the GAO 19-57 report on federal asset management. The U.S. GAO remains highly relevant in keeping asset management at the forefront of discussion and action in the federal government. We are honored and pleased to hear their insights again.
Amelia Shachoy, Assistant Director, U.S. GAO Infrastructure; Keith Cunningham, Assistant Director, U.S. GAO; Matthew Cook, Assistant Director, U.S. Government Accountability Office
3 pm – ALN Senior Fellow Presentations
Jack Kelly, ALN Board member, ALN Senior Fellow, served at the OMB for 36 years. Mr. Kelly will comment on the U.S. GAO presentation and then give his own assessment of federal asset leadership. As a member of the US Technical Advisory Group to ISO 55000, he will also give his assessment of the state of global asset management before facilitating other ALN Senior Fellow presentations by Rich Culbertson, ALN Board member, ALN Senior Fellow, and others.
Michael Hardy, Asset Management Leader, Bureau Veritas – Buildings & Infrastructure Group
Tuesday 9 November
2 pm – ISO 55K Issues and Evolution
The ISO 55000 structure for asset management is helping a growing number organizations gain dramatic benefits. Increased use is providing increased feedback on how the structure is valuable in encouraging top leadership to act, breaking down silos, and providing other, measurable successes. Increased use also allows feedback on improvements that can be incorporated in the current revision that started this year. Join Jim Dieter and others in a casual discussion.
Yvonne Carney, Performance Management | Strategic Consulting, WSSC (Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission); Kris Goly, IIoT, Plant Asset Reliability and Performance, Asset Management, Chair of US TAG to ISO55000 Asset Management Standard, Dr. Annette Kämpf-Dern, Professor & Entrepreneurial Researcher, Sustainable Management of Built Environments, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences;
4 pm – Value and Benefits from Asset Management
The ALN is honored to continue co-hosting an asset management “success story” web program with Australia’s Asset Management Council (AMC). The goal of the AMC-ALN collaboration is to amass a database of categorized information that top executives can review to gain confidence to initiate asset management programs that dramatically benefit an organization, and changes it for the better.
Wednesday 10 November 2021 U.S. Department of State
Overview: 8:30 am – Welcome and Introductions 9 am – U.S. Department of State Domestic Leadership 10 am – U.S. Department of State Overseas Building Bureau 11 am – U.S. Department of State Executive Discussion Noon – Break 1 pm – National Academies of Sciences Federal Facilities Council
The history of the relationship between the ALN and the U.S. Department of State will be outlined along with the potential broad adoption of a structured approach to asset management in the U.S. Federal Government.
9 am – U.S. Department of State Domestic Asset Leadership
In 2020, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Administration detailed its use and benefits of ISO 55000 as highly productive asset management structure. This year, there is time to learn more about developments and repeatable processes.
10 am – U.S. Department of State Overseas Buildings Operations
For many years, the U.S. Department of State OBO has been sharing its advanced tools and processes for visualizing and managing both facility assets and personal property assets together in a highly effective manner. OBO works with the National Institute of Building Sciences and contractors to continue breaking new ground on what is possible in a unified asset management approach.
Victoria Hartke, Acting Principal Deputy Director, U.S. Department of State, OBO; Tracy Thomas, Managing Director for Construction, Facility & Security Management;
11 am – U.S. Department of State Executive Discussion
Wednesday 10 November
1 pm – National Academies’ Federal Facility Council and National Academies Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment Panel
The National Academy of Sciences Federal Facility Council has been a long-time supporter of the Asset Leadership Network. Always providing a well-researched, holistic approach to facility asset management, the NAS FFC has been a decades-long leader of advanced tools and processes that bring meaningful solutions to federal agencies. We are honored to have them present again this year.
Cameron Oskvig, Director, NAS FFC; Jack Dempsey, ALN Senior Fellow, Co-Chair NAS FFC 2021 Report; Dr. Dorothy Robyn, Nonresident Senior Fellow at Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy and Board Member of the National Academies Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment;
Friday 12 November
3 pm – Next Steps – Open Web Discussion
Every year, we find people with a driving passion for asset management who can use like-minded support. This year we are inviting new friends, and old, for an open meeting to share what they see as important and how they can help.
Jesse Rothkopf – ALN Th@4
Jesse Rothkopf, was with IBM for 10 years prior to his current position as Managing Principal at LCE. At IBM, Mr. Rothkopf headed the North American Public Sector sales team and was heavily involved in a solutions-oriented approach to federal, state, and local governments. At LCE, Mr. Rothkopf leads transportation and non-manufacturing sectors with an asset-intensive approach that leverages advanced technology solutions and ISO 55000 to provide dramatic benefits to owner organizations. He has a background in logistics and supply chain management and likes to be a volunteer crew member on the tall ship Spirit of South Carolina when he has time. He will be talking about his upcoming White Paper on Resiliency co-published with the Asset Leadership Network, and other topics.
Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.
The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.