011 Leadership, Organisation and People
The module focusses on the importance of people in Asset Management (AM), addressing leadership, organisational culture, competence and roles & responsibilities.
It explains how good leadership, building an appropriate culture and developing competent people are all vital to the delivery of organisational objectives and the sustained performance of an AM system.
The module can be accessed on any Smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
The course content was designed and developed by internationally recognised AM specialists.
The module features:
- Professional Audio
- Animation and Interactivity
- Formative and Summative assessments
It is one of 14 modules in the Asset Management Course mapped to the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Certificate examination. These modules also cover the 39 'Landscape' subjects of the Global Forum for Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM).
This module will provide you with an understanding of:
- The importance of leadership in shaping an organisation, its culture and its ability to meet its AM objectives
- The importance of organisational structure and clarity about roles and responsibilities
- The importance of people in delivering effective AM, and
- How organisations should identify any gaps between required and actual competence, and the steps required to close these gaps.
Those working in any sector where physical assets are important, e.g. Electrical, gas & water utilities, Manufacturing, Processing, Mining, Oil & Gas, Transport, Facilities Management, Municipalities etc.
Those new to AM, those preparing for the IAM Certificate exam and also experienced practitioners wishing to check their knowledge.
In Leadership, Organisation and People we look at:
- The role and importance of good leadership
- The building of an appropriate culture
- The development of competent people, and
- How to ensure that these human factors are aligned to organizational objectives and coordinated within an AM system.
30 mins in one session (or in small parts if preferred)
GBP 54.00 per subscription