Newsletter 14 March 2023

We are in the heart of NPMA’s Asset Management Awareness Month. See more in Upcoming Events below. Jacobs: Challenging today.Reinventing tomorrow. People David Totman will be our guest on ALN Th@3 pm ET this week and will talk about the recent ASCE “Fly In” activities on Capitol Hill. Mr. Totman is Thought Leader Strategy with Autodesk’s Innovyze and he is the American Society of Civil Engineers voting member to the US Technical Advisory Group to the ISO Techn...

Newsletter 7 March 2023

Our Australian Asset Management colleague, Peter Kohler, informed us that the U.S. DoD was instrumental in establishing the asset management systems approach that led Australia to become a leading country in this industry. But the U.S. commercial industry did not necessarily cash this asset management “Defense Dividend” as early as Australia did. This week’s newsletter shows how the thoughts and actions of people highly involved in the U.S. DoD are still leading us forward in different, but uni...

Newsletter 28 February 2023

Asset management can be complex, messy, frustrating, and challenging – yet ultimately highly beneficial to an organization’s mission. The process of helping an organization improve with a structured approach to asset management is captured very well in proven ALN BIMStorm web-based workshops. A new session of interactive workshops starting again on March 1 at 4 pm Eastern. See more below in Sources and far below in Upcoming Events. Register at this link. Jacobs: Challenging today...

ALN Newsletter 6 July 2021

This week’s ALN Newsletter is truncated due to the Fourth of July Holiday that extended to July Fifth. ALN Th@4 on July 8th will feature Bob Kaehler, long-time friend and colleague of ALN CEO Jim Dieter. Register at this link. People Bob Kaehler – what to say about Bob? Anyone who is a Board of Directors Member of both the National Property Manager’s Association and the Asset Leadership Network is highly dedicated to improving the value derived from assets. With the NP...

Government Assets reConsidered – 10/8 – 10:30am Eastern

2020 asset leadership forum
U.S. Federal Contract Property has an opportunity for dramatic improvements through improved systems thinking as guided by ISO 55000. Dave Robbins, retired GSA, will lead a Special Memorial Tribute to Bob Holcombe who served the U.S. Federal Government for decades, most recently at the GSA Department of Government-wide Policy. Speakers include: Amber Propert, Property Accountability Specialist at the U.S. Department of Defense; Dr. Douglas Goetz, Presi...