In a Valentine’s message of love to asset management, on February 14th at 10 am Eastern, we will join our colleagues at the Institute of Asset Management for a web panel discussion on our co-published document, “Asset Management Leadership: A White Paper.”
One speaker will be Ursula Bryan, IAM, CEO, who is featured in People below. The other speakers are listed further below.
Show your love of asset management by clicking on this link at the appropriate time today in your time zone. You don’t have to stay for the entire program to show your love of asset management leadership and the discussion we are trying to elevate.
ALN Th@3 pm ET this week will feature Richard Dietz, DC Government Project Manager – Capital Asset Replacement Scheduling System at Office of the Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Dietz is back with us to discuss the recent developments in the asset management system at the U.S. Capitol City. Register at this link.
Jacobs: Challenging today.
Ursula Bryan, Institute of Asset Management, CEO, has been involved in the U.K.-based organization for 17 years. Prior to that, Ms. Bryan served in many engineering, risk, policy, strategy, resiliency and asset management leadership positions at U.K. National Grid. She has a Bachelor of Science – BS, Mathematics from the University of Southampton. Ms. Bryan knows asset management leadership. Learn from her experience in the “Asset Leadership Management: White Paper” webinar today at 10 am Eastern.
National Academies report on NIST
The National Academies has published a report on the National Institute of Standards and Technology. It recommends strategies for continual improvement, including a structured approach to asset management directed from top leadership and including relevant contributors. Jack Dempsey, ALN Board of Directors Member and ALN Senior Fellow, has a great LinkedIn post on the report. He is also a Board Member of the National Academies Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment and is familiar with the excellent asset management reporting going on there. Here is a link to Mr. Dempsey’s post, which includes a link to the report.
Envision Sustainable Infrastructure
The Institute of Sustainable Infrastructure created a sustainable infrastructure guide along with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, The American Public Works Association (APWA), and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). The proven guide provides a manual with 64 sustainability and resiliency criteria, project assessment tools, third-party project verification, professional training, and credentialing.
Today, Tuesday 14 February 2023
Feb. 14 – 10 am Washington, DC – “Asset Management Leadership: A White Paper” will be discussed on the web by leaders of co-publishers The Institute of Asset Management and Asset Leadership Network and principal authors. Participating will be, Ursula Bryan, IAM, CEO; Jim Dieter, ALN CEO; Mark Knight, FIAM, Senior Consultant, 1898, Inc.; Mark DeClercq, President of Applied Asset Management Consultants; and Mike Bordenaro, ALN Executive Director. Join for free with this link.
Feb 15 – Wed. 4 pm – 6:30 pm – ALN @ Old Ebbits Grill in Washington, D.C. We are having social networking event – remember those. We used to have these regularly and Old Ebbits Grill was a regular haunt. Our guest of honor is Jack Kelly, ALN Board of Directors Member and ALN Senior Fellow, as. If you can come early, come talk with Mr. Kelly over a glass of wine or some other drink. If you can come late, join us for a no-host dinner. Contact Mike Bordenaro who will also be there. mbordenaro@AssetLeadership.net
Feb 16 – Thurs. 3 pm – ALN Th@3 pm ET – Richard Dietz, DC Government Project Manager – Capital Asset Replacement Scheduling System at Office of the Chief Financial Officer. We are honored to have Mr. Dietz back with us to discuss the recent developments in the asset management system at the U.S. Capitol City. Register at this link.