Past Presentations

Improving Asset Management Maturity at Sutherland

Improving Asset Management Maturity at Sutherland

In this presentation from Public Sector Asset Management 2017, Clare Scanlon, Asset Management Coordinator at ‎Sutherland Shire Council explores:

    - The integration of asset management with organisational risk management.
    - Improving asset lifecycle strategies and costing.
    - Employee engagement in the midst of an organisational culture change program.
    - Community engagement to ascertain desired and affordable levels of service.

Insights into Synergy’s Initiatives to Move Towards  a Digital-Driven Asset Plan

Insights into Synergy’s Initiatives to Move Towards a Digital-Driven Asset Plan

In this presentation from Public Sector Asset Management 2017, Barry Ford, General Manager at Synergy discusses:


  • Implementing gap analysis to understand where your organisation is at and determining how to approach changes in people, process and systems.
  • The move towards a contemporary enterprise asset system and in parallel developing people to make better asset investment decisions.
  • The importance of data integrity and visibility in improving asset performance and leveraging the new mobile technology.


Improving Asset Reliability and Data Management through Shifting to a Customer- Centric Focus.

Improving Asset Reliability and Data Management through Shifting to a Customer- Centric Focus.

In this presentation from Public Sector Asset Management 2017, Greg Ryan, Manager at Water Services Association of Australia discusses:

  • How to efficiently communicate information and data with board executives to depict current trends with asset reliability against customer demands to gain support for operations.
  • Creating a capital prioritisation strategy to demonstrate careful data-driven decisions on resource allocation to align with organisational and customer service goals.
  • Evaluating your key performance indicators on assets and people to ensure you meet service and reliability expectations.