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Engineering Asset Management Executive Briefing

last modified Sep 20, 2016 02:08 PM
Latest Executive Briefing, on 'Engineering Asset Management: Issues and Challenges. Conclusions of the 2012 Cambridge Service Week workshop on the future of Asset Management.

In September 2012, the Cambridge Service Alliance brought together leading Asset Management practitioners as part of the annual Cambridge Service Week. The group identified some of the trends and drivers shaping the development of the profession. It then examined in greater detail those enablers that will help maximise the value extracted from assets and the associated challenges. In doing so, we hope to locate those problem areas where stakeholders, including both practitioners and academics, can most profitably focus their resources on finding solutions 

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