Effective Implementation

Effective implementation means not only introducing the systems in the most cost effective way, but also in the most efficient and effective way from a personnel point of view.

The main factor, which will ultimately affect the productivity and efficiency of the systems, depends on the way a change in the culture of the organization is brought about, and in the way in which the issues of asset management are addressed.

By successfully introducing a culture of ownership and teamwork, the asset management team will ensure that the systems are more fully used and the greatest potential benefits to the organization are derived. It is very important that all staff are involved in all stages of asset management. In this way the most successful systems will be implemented. The approach needs to be worked on throughout the programs and must not stop once the systems are fully operational.

The role of the asset management team extends into the operational phase where it will be responsible for the:

  • Reviewing of the systems use
  • Dissemination of information, and data on centers of excellence
  • Overall arbitration of the programs that are put forward by the individual asset groups and major facilities.

It is essential that people interested in the asset management program develop a good understanding of what constitutes life cycle asset management and what issues are required to be addressed for an effective implementation program.

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