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2nd ASSET MANAGEMENT SUMMIT

17th - 20th, November 2020
Wellington, NZ

Optimise strategic planning, data & life-cycles to boost ROI

Speakers

  • Dr Haydn Read

    Group Manager Finance & Systems

    Opotiki District Council
  • Vaughan McEwen

    Chief Engineer Officer

    New Zealand Defence Force
  • Parekawhia McLean

    Director of Strategy & Infrastructure

    Counties Manukau District Health Board
  • Rachel Haggerty

    Director, Strategy, Planning & Performance

    Capital & Coast District Health Board
  • Andrew Sibley

    General Manager, Innovation & Ventures

    Contact Energy
  • Ted Anderson

    Group Manager Assets

    South Waikato District Council
  • COL Peter Cunninghame

    Head of Property, Facilities & Security

    Te Papa Museum
  • Lisa Drysdale

    Team Leader, Asset Management, Integrated Catchment Management

    Waikato Regional Council
  • Dale Anthony

    Infrastructure Development Manager

    Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Limited
  • Evan Nind

    Asset Management, Facilities Management Work-stream Lead

    Department of Corrections
  • Ian Williams

    Manager, Property

    New Zealand Police
  • Andrew Musgrave

    Asset Integration Manager

    City Rail Link
  • Kate Le Heron

    CT Asset Manager

    Kiwi Rail
  • Tracy Massam

    Asset Manager

    Tamaki Regeneration
  • Ian Davies

    Asset Manager

    The Selwyn Foundation
  • Andre Fredericks

    Asset Management Specialist

    Quest Lifecycle Management
  • David Walker

    Market Development Leader – New Zealand

    GHD New Zealand
  • Leendert Van Ginkel

    Independent Asset Management Consultant

    Vanginkel Partners

Overview

- Explore risk & strategic planning visualisation methods
- Analyse & utilise data as an essential asset
- Develop & shift operational and life-cycle planning
- Innovative practices to transform and grow (old world vs new)

Agenda

Practical planning & implementation of asset strategies
Advanced analytics to optimise digital transformation
Construct an open mindset
Define a sustainable vision
Assets, facilities & operations - The strategic link
A future perspective on improving assets
Integrated approach to managing built assets
Predictive analytics for innovation
Teaching old dogs new tricks
Data - The biggest asset you never you knew you had
Forecasting asset life-cycles and risk
Implementing a customer-focused strategy
Asset management takes centre stage
Looking back & stepping forward
Assessing & improving asset management maturity & evaluation
Pre-Summit Workshop

17 Nov

Workshop

This workshop is a practical how-to session on communicating the asset management story to internal and external stakeholders. Asset management plans are a critical output from the planning process - communicating issues, investment needs, solutions, and expenditure forecasts. You'll identify what to focus on to tell the most effective story following best practice.

 

Asset management fundamentals 

  • Value - linking assets to strategic objectives
  • Alignment - from objectives to decisions, plans and activities
  • Leadership - the pivotal element in the Asset Management System
  • Assurance - effectiveness is the key 


The 5-step asset management plan 

  • Asset inventories
  • Life-cycle costs
  • Levels of Service
  • Effective and efficient management
  • Sustainable long-term financial planning


Condition assessments, life-cycle costs, capital plan 

  • Remaining useful life and depreciation
  • Life-cycle costs, budgets and expenditure 
  • The capital expenditure plan
  • Asset and service sustainability


Operations, maintenance and reliability 

  • Life-cycle management for in-service assets
  • Avoiding premature failure, early retirement and excessive waste
  • Using data for informed decision making
  • Tailor reliability support for decision making


Continuous improvement 

  • Continuous improvement models
  • Improvement planning and delivery
  • Measuring performance
  • Auditing for integrity

  • Andre Fredericks Asset Management Specialist Quest Lifecycle Management

Conference Day 1

18 Nov

Case Study

Integrating digital technology into all areas of a business is fundamentally changing how we operate. Technical advances in asset management have enabled the collection and storage of large amounts of data, potentially improving decision making and related support systems. In our opening keynote, Dr Read will offer insights into enhancing infrastructure assets in a digital environment and discuss the intelligent use of multiple data sources to help drive growth decisions and optimise planning.


- Analyse decision making for a digital era

- Redefine integrated equity 

- Forecast future asset planning

  • Dr Haydn Read Group Manager Finance & Systems Opotiki District Council

Case Study

Assets represent significant capital investment for an organisation, so maximising service delivery outcomes are critical to measuring performance and success. Monique will discuss Kāinga Ora’s shift in output to meet prescribed standard requirements and how embracing innovation can unlock strategic thinking - changing the way you manage your assets to maximise outcomes.


- Achieve better outcomes 

- Foster innovation in your organisation

- Analysing and addressing change

Expert Commentary

Get ready for a thought-provoking deep-dive as Andy outlines a process safety-focused vision for leading New Zealand's energy sector to a low-carbon future. Gain insight into safety over reliability, an alternative to evolving organisational culture, and pave the way to analyse and forecast for long-term results.


- Explore the journey for a low-carbon future

- Meet Chance, the enemy of safety

- Expand a fundamental approach to change

  • Andrew Sibley General Manager, Innovation & Ventures Contact Energy

Panel

The day-to-day operations and responsibilities in assets and facilities are vastly similar. Asset structure should align to the overarching facility objectives, providing clarity to organisational asset management priorities and goals, as well as a clear direction on ways to achieve them. This process is critical, and it lays the foundation for forecasting future asset plans. In this strategically focused discussion, our panellists will cover the link between the roles and why working together will contribute to optimising operational performance, minimising whole life-cycle costs and support an organisation’s corporate goals. 


- Understand assets and facilities in a broader strategic perspective

- Discuss and develop elements of an asset management plan

- A new approach to life-cycle costs and value

  • Dale Anthony Infrastructure Development Manager Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Limited

  • Evan Nind Asset Management, Facilities Management Work-stream Lead Department of Corrections

  • Kate Le Heron CT Asset Manager Kiwi Rail

  • Ian Davies Asset Manager The Selwyn Foundation

Case Study

Ian will present the asset management journey of the NZ Police, a fresh look into improving and forecasting the current practices, processes and systems. He will offer insight into the challenges faced and give advice on reflecting and re-evaluating the performance of existing assets, as well as enhancing acquisition and disposal processes. 


- Gain insight into a fresh strategic planning vision

- Keep pace with change and strategy

- Explore performance and forecasting for existing assets

  • Ian Williams Manager, Property New Zealand Police

Case Study

Integrated strategic asset management brings together economics, engineering, sustainability and human elements to form a holistic approach to delivering and managing built assets. Join Andrew as he shares his knowledge of delivering and meeting community and service needs while setting the direction for infrastructure and engineering assets.


He will give you an insight into the integrated planning, forecasting and delivery phases behind the Waterview Tunnel project and a brief update on his latest work with the City Rail Link (CRL).


- Visualise life-cycle and risk management to deliver best for project outcomes

- Brief insight into the testing and commissioning of new assets

- Sustainable management of assets for present and future needs

  • Andrew Musgrave Asset Integration Manager City Rail Link

Case Study

In our final session of the day, Rachel unpacks new approaches to strategising and implementing methodologies with her expertise in developing community infrastructure assets across New Zealand.


Predictive analytics can help organisations forecast future outcomes based on historical data and analytics techniques. Growing volumes and types of data can produce valuable insights into improving asset performance and predicting better outcomes. Advance your mindset and improve your organisational assets through advanced decision making, structured service designs, and detailed outcome frameworks that excel resources.


- Envisage a clear line of sight

- Strategically deliver assets while sustaining value

- Foster investments aligned with communities

  • Rachel Haggerty Director, Strategy, Planning & Performance Capital & Coast District Health Board

Conference Day 2

19 Nov

Case Study


In today’s environment where organisations must continually navigate both the rapid pace of innovation and tough regulatory pressures, it is paramount for asset managers to succeed in change management during this age of disruption. This swift pace means that asset managers should not look at change the same way as they have in the past. In this engaging opening keynote prepare to take on the next wave of transformation by adapting and evolving a change management strategy for your assets. Explore new ways to influence from the side and change crucial plans based on the circumstances, while still sticking to your guns.


- Redefine the scope of change

- Drive continuous improvement

- Influence culture and responsibilities


  • Lisa Drysdale Team Leader, Asset Management, Integrated Catchment Management Waikato Regional Council

Case Study

Using data effectively should be a vital part of any business strategy. However, rarely is data recognised as an asset. In this hands-on session, learn from Vaughan about managing the data life-cycle of your organisation’s assets, along with future-forward planning and investigation methods to lead the future.


- Monitor and evaluate asset performance throughout its life-cycle

- Explore the need for planning and investigating risks

- Analyse and utilise data as an asset

  • Vaughan McEwen Chief Engineer Officer New Zealand Defence Force

Case Study

A shared vision, strategy and action plan is the foundation for a successful life-cycle asset management program. Join Peter as he draws on his career with NZDF as a General Manager in Property, through an integrated approach to optimising the life-cycle of your assets through planning, analysis and timely execution. Reach a consensus on business objectives, prepare a plan for successful program implementation, and prioritise addressing risks to achieve a sustainable forecast of assets.


- Identify, monitor and manage asset-related risks

- Evaluate asset performance throughout its life-cycle

- Apply a projected forecast strategy

  • COL Peter Cunninghame Head of Property, Facilities & Security Te Papa Museum

Expert Commentary

A practical change management strategy enables a smooth transition for assets and facilitates faster adoption of newly implemented systems. As the demand for delivering a superior customer experience increases, it is crucial to develop and design a strategy that reflects this. Creating and refining an emergent change strategy ensures a well-ordered transition, engaging stakeholders and establishing the language of records and information across all divisions. Build a business case for your asset strategies while demonstrating the linkage between asset performance and operational efficiency.

 

- Create and implement new strategies 

- Understand and tackle your risks

- Connect asset performance to business profitability

  • Parekawhia McLean Director of Strategy & Infrastructure Counties Manukau District Health Board

Panel

Given the benefits of successful asset management and the multiple frameworks available, why do asset management programs fail? Asset management requires a well-organised, detailed approach. Our panel of asset leaders will discuss the systematic and consistent focus on asset challenges through strategic planning, resilience, and provide a glimpse into forecasting the future.


- Identify your organisation’s service needs and standards

- Become responsive to foreseen and unforeseen challenges

- Develop a comprehensive maturity and evaluation strategy

  • Ted Anderson Group Manager Assets South Waikato District Council

  • Lisa Drysdale Team Leader, Asset Management, Integrated Catchment Management Waikato Regional Council

  • Tracy Massam Asset Manager Tamaki Regeneration

  • David Walker Market Development Leader – New Zealand GHD New Zealand

Roundtable

Predicting the future of asset management is a tricky task, and in a volatile environment, the process becomes even more challenging. Technology advancements complicate the process as well, and asset managers recognise change as the only constant. So what are some trends managers are following to see where this field is headed?


This interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect on the ideas, strategies and tools discussed over the last two days, and how to transform the newfound knowledge into a strategic asset mindset for the future.


- Reflect on key lessons and explore perspectives

- Explore digital influences on asset management

- Identify best practice strategies to optimise value

  • Andre Fredericks Asset Management Specialist Quest Lifecycle Management

Post-Summit Workshop

20 Nov

Workshop

The future sustainability of your organisation depends on sound asset management practice. This involves adopting a whole life-cycle approach to effectively evaluate and manage your assets, their maturity and performance. Asset management professionals must address the need for stronger evaluative analysis and embed best practices, processes and behaviours. To unlock these efficiencies and build a valuable asset management framework, you must look to new approaches and business improvement tools to develop a comprehensive AM maturity and evaluation strategy for your business.


This interactive workshop will take you through the complexities of asset management maturity assessment and its relationship with service delivery for your organisation. It will provide the tools to monitor and evaluate asset performance throughout its maturity cycle and deliver to your organisation’s service needs and standards. 


Develop a clear understanding of the latest international standards, a practical action plan for asset evaluation, and maturity assessment to maximise organisational efficiency.


Develop a comprehensive asset management strategy

- Treasury AM Maturity Assessment, and why it is your friend

- CAM maturity assessment and the ICR process

- Types of evidence agencies should gather to support their assessment

- Incorporating the most useful elements of IIMM and ISO 55000


Forecast demand for asset services 

- Being responsive to foreseen and unforeseen changes in demand or use

- Consider the use of non-asset service delivery alternatives to minimise the demand for new assets

- Consider all means of service delivery available, and plan for the long term

- Remember your SWOT and PEST analysis - they can be invaluable in practice


Develop and maintain a useful asset register 

- Asset register development, level of detail required and data strategies

- Effectively forward planning capital renewals

- Using the asset register and valuation smartly

- Work management and asset maintenance history


Capital decision making with a whole-of-life approach 

- Maximise value for money by accounting for full costs (including embedded option value) of acquiring, holding, using and disposing of assets throughout their life-cycles

- Adopt a whole-of-life approach to planning asset investment and management decisions

- Embedding capital asset management as a business and usual process

- Effectively prioritising capital works vs wish lists

  • Leendert Van Ginkel Independent Asset Management Consultant Vanginkel Partners

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InterContinental Wellington

2 Grey Street, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand

+64-4-4722722

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