This is a one-day face-to-face-course
Strategic Asset Management for ICT
Asset management as a business discipline is relevant to all asset types, however the uniqueness and rapidly changing nature of the services and assets associated with Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), means that there are differences in how these principles are best applied.
This course provides participants with an overview of strategic asset management as a business process. The presenter will explore in detail several asset management planning processes specifically as they relate to the management of ICT assets and services including devices, software and ICT ‘as a service’ arrangements. The course:
• Introduces asset management as a business process, including IIMM and ISO 55000
• Discusses the linkages between asset management and the organisation’s objectives, and Government’s expectations
• Explores the relationships between the organisation’s the asset management strategy, the ICT asset management plan (AMP) and other existing ICT plans and strategies
• Details key lifecycle processes including:
o Defining levels of service and performance management
o Forecasting and managing demand for ICT services
o Managing asset registers and asset information
o Planning for and reporting on asset performance
o Identifying service-critical assets and systems
o Financial management and investment
o Developing the ICT asset management plan
o Asset Management maturity and Improvement Planning
o Embedding strategic asset management as a business as usual process
This course will provide valuable asset management skills to anyone involved in the planning, management and delivery of ICT services, in the public and sector, including ICT Managers, engineers and technicians; asset managers, business system owners, analysts, developers and delivery teams; database and help desk administrators, and ICT project managers.
Steve Browning is the presenter for this course. Find out more here.
- Members: $535.50 +GST
- Non-members: $595.00 +GST
Please register 26 May 2020. And in the unlikely event of date postponement, IPWEA NZ recommend booking flexible travel.