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You need to know where the real strengths and weaknesses lie, and what the true priorities are…
Making the best use of an organization’s unique mix of assets, in a changing environment, with conflicting stakeholder expectations, ‘initiative overload’, management turnover and a diverse workforce is a massive challenge. These problems are compounded by ‘temporary enthusiasms’ and a confusing range of messages, ‘best practices’ and perceptions of importance or criticality.
Most organizations have tried various forms of self-assessment, external audit, benchmarking or studies to identify gaps with respect to ‘world-class’ or ‘best practice’. Such exercises often result in long lists of recommendations with little value-for-money justification, prioritization or commitment to implementation. The studies focus on the gaps, shortfalls and differences, without testing the potential solutions.
Building on the worldwide success of the British Standard Institution’s PAS 55 specification (for the optimal management of physical assets), the ISO 55000 family of International Standards was published in 2014. Woodhouse has been at the very heart of developing these standards and provides an unrivalled experience of their usage for maturity assessment and improvement programmes. Our assessment services enable you to identify existing strengths, as well as any gaps against ISO 55001 requirements or potential transformation areas. It uses the full rigour of a structured and disciplined auditing protocol, developed over 20 years and integrated with the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) maturity scale. It is a highly interactive process, revealing not only the current status but also the scope and business value of potential improvements.
Our Internationally recognized, structured review and assessments, led by real-world experts with first-hand practical experience…
Woodhouse can help you to quantify the business case for your strategies, plans and projects. Enabling you to explore the costs, risks and performance implications of different options.
Woodhouse offers extensive first-hand, multidisciplined experience in putting the pieces together and building a robust, coordinated and personalised way forward.
Crucial decisions need to be made, quickly and in the face of great uncertainty. Our speciality is Decision-making optimization; we offer real-time, online support, tools and processes
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With 30 years’ experience in utilities, oil & gas, transport and other sectors, John is one of the most widely known experts in integrated asset management projects for some of the largest companies in the world.
John is a Founder and Life Fellow of the IAM; he has written 4 books, chaired the development of BSI PAS55 and represents the UK on the ISO55000 committee.
He also led the international MACRO and SALVO collaboration projects in optimised asset management decision-making.