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;
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.