Asset management is still a fast-evolving discipline, which makes it difficult for newcomers to identify where to start and what truly matters. This webinar uses four key concepts of asset management (Alignment, Value, Leadership and Assurance) to illustrate the most current thinking, and how to embark on the journey.
In this webinar, we:
- evaluate and compare the traditional “bottom-up” method with the increasingly popular “top-down” method
- examine the growing recognition that asset management is a discipline that affects all areas of an organization
- share best practices and success stories to help guide you on your asset management journey
Boudewijn Neijens, CMO, Copperleaf
Boudewijn is the CMO of Copperleaf, Chair of the Canadian chapter of the Institute of Asset Management and Convener of asset management working groups at the International Organization for Standardization ISO and at the International Council on Large Electric Systems CIGRE. Boudewijn has extensive experience in international business development, having started and led the development of graphic arts giant Creo in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and later led all marketing activities for Creo worldwide. Most recently he was responsible for marketing, international business and product management at Aquatic Informatics. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Brussels, an MBA from INSEAD in France, and CMRP, CRL and CAMA certifications.
David Curtis, Technical Advisor, CEATI International
David has worked in the electric utility industry in Ontario, Canada, for almost 40 years, retiring from Hydro One in 2015 before creating his consulting company, DunMer Consulting. He has led business transformation projects in asset management, corporate strategy development, risk management, and asset planning. David has appeared numerous times as a proponent before the Ontario Energy Board, served on the Independent Electricity System Operator’s Technical Panel, and was the Canadian member on the C1 System Development and Economics study committee of CIGRE. He has also been a Canadian Energy Council Board member, an Electric Power Research Institute Transmission Executive Committee Member and a member of the Institute’s Power Deliver Unit council.