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ISO 55000 is a series of international standards gaining widespread adoption in multiple sectors, with electrical and water utilities at the forefront.
Humankind has been managing assets since the invention of the first tools. However, the techniques have evolved in line with the complexity of the assets managed, and the criticality of the functions
The need for organizations to consider Environmental, Social, and Governance factors in their decision making has grown exponentially, and culminated with the announcement during the UN’s COP26 summit
Utility asset management practices used to be pretty static: Build the plan, embed the work orders, and put the plan back on the shelf. But today’s environment is more complex and dynamic
ISO 55000 can help utility managers keep the lights on, minimize risks, and perform triage on their assets to ensure the optimal use of limited resources.
The concepts of risk, value, finance, and decision-making can be found in many sections of the ISO 55000 standard.
The implementation of an asset management system can help an organization achieve formal compliance with ISO 55000 and enable the realization of value.
In a world of aging assets and limited financial and human resources, companies often struggle to decide which projects should get the most attention.
The asset management experts from around the world who donate their time to develop ISO standards have been challenged to keep the ball rolling during the pandemic. A key aspect of developing standard
Copperleaf has been selected as a Patron of the Institute of Asset Management and will help shape the direction of the IAM and the development of the asset management discipline.
This white paper provides an overview of ISO 55000 and the benefits organizations will achieve from adopting this standard.
April 21st is World Asset Management Day, a day of recognition for the global community to support the growing focus of the value of asset management.
This webinar uses four key concepts of asset management (Alignment, Value, Leadership and Assurance) to illustrate the most current thinking, and how to embark on the journey.
Many companies struggle with how to define, measure and communicate value as per the ISO 55000 standard. Watch this webinar to gain insight from asset management experts on this topic.
I recently participated in a webinar on the topic of “Value, Values & Asset Management Decision Making”, alongside Rhys Davies, President of eAsset Management.
Value-based decision making (VDM) is an approach that helps organizations align decisions to realize the most value from their assets.
The past 4 years have taught us a lot about how the original ISO 55000 suite of asset management standards are being implemented and where additional guidance was necessary in creating ISO 55002.
ISO 55000 was completely rewritten and expanded in 2018 based on feedback collected since its launch. Learn about the key features of the revised ISO 55002.
Copperleaf CMO Boudewijn Neijens explores how recent refinements in asset analytics, automated cost estimation, work bundling and portfolio optimization can deliver significant efficiency gains.
The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) webinars are open to the public and cover topics related to the IAM’s 39 core asset management subjects and ISO 55000.