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Natural disasters, regulatory changes, a rapidly shifting geopolitical landscape, and global pandemics such as COVID-19, are redefining how we do business.
Learn how to make the “right” decisions about how to optimally deploy your organization’s valuable resources to drive the achievement of your strategic objectives.
Copperleaf C55 provides dynamic portfolio management specifically suited to the needs of organizations managing large numbers of physical assets.
This white paper provides an overview of ISO 55000 and the benefits organizations will achieve from adopting this standard.
How important is it for businesses to make better decisions? We’ve come to realize, it’s THE most important thing organizations can do to ensure success.
In the first part of this 2-part series, Miranda Alldritt, Vice President of Customer Experience for Copperleaf, talks about the development and benefits of the Copperleaf Value Model Library.
Miranda Alldritt discusses how the Copperleaf Value Framework can help organizations expand beyond infrastructure to value portfolios of IT investments.
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.
I recently participated in a webinar on the topic of “Value, Values & Asset Management Decision Making”, alongside Rhys Davies, President of eAsset Management.
When working with utilities, we often find that capital and O&M dollars have different rules and value associated with them.
Asset managers typically think of lifecycles and portfolios as linked to assets. But these concepts can equally be applied to projects.
Incorporating service levels into a Value Framework will help you make better decisions. But how does a service level contribute to a Value Framework?
At Copperleaf, we utilize a value framework to help clients quantify all the benefits of an investment—and the probability and timing of achieving such benefits.
A criticality analysis is a way to determine which systems and assets are most essential, in order to set priorities for further reliability initiatives and deeper analysis.
It’s about choosing the ‘right’ things to invest in—the projects that will deliver the highest value, and are most aligned with your company’s strategy. Sounds simple but this is no easy task!
Many of you may be familiar with the concept of the Efficient Frontier and the graph associated with it. But how is it relevant to Asset Investment Planning & Management? Read on to find out.
When the time comes to make hard decisions about which things to spend money on, and which things can wait, companies have always struggled.
Learn how to optimize AND prioritize your asset planning and asset investments.
Learn how to optimize, not just prioritize, your asset planning and asset investments.