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. https://youtu.be/Djn-7vzVBMs https://youtu.be/3Q9BOvVdE_0 Opening Statements https://youtu.be/2Fy_s...
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How to Achieve Long-Term Success with IIJA

Chris Vick, Asset Management Director, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation at the ALN 2021 Annual Event, “…(our 30-year) Asset Management Report was due to Congress in March 2021. The $1.4 billion Infrastructure Bill came out and Congress referenced the Asset Management Plan… They copied it word-for-word and took out our needs for the next five years…It is an opportunity to address all of our repair needs for the next 5 years. It is $3.2 billion.” https://youtu.be/UqMndotXa3U https://youtu....
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Asset Leadership Influencing Infrastructure Spending

Now that legislation is in place to provide funding for infrastructure improvement, what do federal, state, and local leaders need to do to ensure investments are made for the holistic lifecycle of assets? https://youtu.be/5rJznw7sT-c Speakers: Amelia Shachoy, Asst. Dir., Infrastructure, U.S. GAO; Lou Cripps, II, Senior Manager, Asset Management, Denver Regional Transit District; Ben Clark, Group Manager Assets and Infrastructure at Town of Walkerville, South Australia; Mil...
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