Principal Asset Management Consultant
Jacobs has assisted 7 different government agencies, in some cases managing vastly different assets, to take serious steps towards realizing the state-wide vision for asset management outlined in the Asset Management Accountability Framework. This has given them unparalleled insight into how effective implementation of strategy can be achieved across different asset types and within agencies with vastly different AM maturity and resources.
Enjoy Complimentary Breakfast Tea and Coffee while you learn to:
- Identify hidden AM capability that always exists within an agency.
- Develop an improvement roadmap that is time based, realistically achievable and specifically tailored to suit the scale and capability of the agency.
- Not only implement the change management program within normal BAU, but continually demonstrate success to the executive and maintain critical program support.
3:40 PM CASE STUDY: Implementing the Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF): Making Strategy a Reality for 7 Vastly Different Agencies
Having written the implementation guidance document on behalf of the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance, Jacobs’ involvement with the AMAF has been significant from its outset. With clients including VicParks, The Department of Health, VicPolice, The Public Records Office, and The Country Fire Authority, Jacobs has had substantial experience in implementing the AMAF to fit the varying needs of different agencies. Their program covers the gap analysis, improvement roadmap development, documentation and process development, and change management for implementation.
- Understanding how a Government wide AM policy can be applied to specific agency assets of varying complexity and geographical distribution.
- The key challenges when identifying real vs perceived capability gaps.
- Solutions for realizing change management.