Strategic Asset Management for Transformational Impact (SAMTI)

Edinburgh Business School

How long?

  • 5 days
  • in person

What are the topics?

Edinburgh Business School

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Strategic Asset Management for Transformational Impact (SAMTI) aligns physical infrastructure assets with an organisation’s strategic direction. SAMTI is integral to the investment decisions driving the through-whole-life management of physical infrastructure assets.

Overview Offering an unmatched focus on strategic management and transformational change, this programme will equip leaders with the skills to take asset management from a policy perspective into effective, sustainable practice. Led by the Business School’s world-renowned faculty, and by greatly experienced SAMTI practitioners, participants will apply learning to their actual workplace challenges. Who will benefit from this Programme? Senior and emerging leaders with responsibility for implementing asset management will benefit greatly from this programme. Sectors and industries primed to take advantage include:

  • Utilities Companies
  • Educational establishments
  • Government at national, regional, and local level
  • Private, public, and not-for-profit organisations

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John Amis

John Amis joined the University of Edinburgh Business School in July 2013 as Chair in Strategic Management and Organisation. John received his PhD from the University of Alberta. Prior to joining the University of Edinburgh, he was in the Department of Management at the University of Memphis. Joh...

Wendy Loretto

Roles and Responsibilities Associate Editor of Employee Relations Consulting Editor for Work, Aging and Retirement Editorial Board Member, Journal of Change Management Background BCom (Edinburgh); PhD (Edinburgh). After graduating, employed as a commercial manager with Marks and Spencer plc...

Kristina Potočnik

Kristina graduated in psychology at the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and received her PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology from the University of Valencia (Spain). She is a chartered member of British Psychological Society (BPS), an academic associate of the Chartered Institute of Per...

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