AM Maturity

Asset Management Maturity is described as the “ability of an organisation to adapt, in response to changing customer and societal needs – all the while continuing to meet the changing needs of its stakeholders!”

The topic in this area will be shared through a webinar series and online publishing of Living in Asset Management Maturity, which provides further insight into improving the value that the discipline of asset management can provide.

The authors of Living in Asset Management Maturity are all Asset Management practitioners. In this publication, they have documented further supporting concepts and included several novel but tried & tested, practical approaches for implementing Asset Management Maturity.

Asset Management Reflections Webinar Series

14 October 2020 at 12 pm (Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time) 


Join our 2020 webinar series highlighting new insights into Adaptability and Leadership in Asset Management! 

Each session in this 2020 series showcases presenters and panelists from prominent figures and professionals in Asset Management. 

Lead by Peter Kohler and Sally Nugent, the series introduces an Asset Management fundamental – Adaptability - and discusses the role and value of asset management Fundamentals, and how they help build the value and sustainability achieved from asset management. The webinar series highlights work published in “Living Asset Management Maturity”, the authors of which are John Hardwick, Martin Kerr, Michael Killeen, Peter Kohler, João Lafraia and Sally Nugent.

The next webinar on October 14, 2020 presents an outline of how Caltex Australia managed and adapted their assets over the last decade to add value and to gear towards the future. The roles of leadership and assurance are pivotal to the outcomes.

Register for all remaining sessions, or for one of the sessions below:

  • 14 Oct: Adaptability and Governance: Trust and Validate
  • 11 Nov: Designing Assets to be Adaptable
  • 09 Dec: Recap of the 2020 series on Adaptability and Leadership

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