• Business
  • Published 2000

ADVANCED ASSET MANAGEMENT: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

@inproceedings{Vanier2000ADVANCEDAM,
  title={ADVANCED ASSET MANAGEMENT: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES},
  author={Dana J. Vanier},
  year={2000}
}
This presentation describes the six “Whats” of asset management. These six levels of implementation can be used as a methodology for the implementation of an asset management plan in most organizations. An asset management plan provides a framework for collecting the data and information required to make decisions about the strategic plans of the fixed assets of an organization. The extent of the asset management market in Canada is large, upwards of CDN$ 5.5 trillion; while in the USA it could… CONTINUE READING

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