economic management of physical assets

  • 148 Pages
  • 4.28 MB
  • 7663 Downloads
  • English
by
Mechanical Engineering Publications , London
Costs, Industrial, Life cycle costing, Industrial manag
Statementby N.W. Hodges.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTS167 .H63 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 148 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL556782M
ISBN 10085298958X
LC Control Number96139467

The Economic Management of Physical Assets provides guidance on managing these expenses efficiently without sacrificing quality or reliability. Covering essential skills including life cycle costing, resource management, and more help readers gain the very best possible value by handling these important assets in the most economically advantageous s: 1.

The general principles of physical asset management are discussed in a manner which makes them accessible to a wide audience, and covers all stages of the asset management process, including: 5/5(2).

It introduces the general principles of physical asset management and covers all stages of the asset management process, including initial business appraisal, identification of fixed asset needs, capability gap analysis, financial evaluation, logistic support analysis, life cycle costing, management of in-service assets, maintenance strategy, outsourcing, cost-benefit analysis, disposal and by: 2.

The general principles of physical asset management are discussed in a manner which makes them accessible to a wide audience, and covers all stages of the asset management process, including. A holistic approach to managing physical assets has become a top priority for organizations both in the public and private sectors.

For years to come considerable amount of funds is being committed to invest in physical assets and asset management practitioners are honing their skills to. The Asset Management Handbook is divided into three phases.

Chapters 1 through 3 are conceptual introductions. Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7 get into the "meat" of the policies and techniques of evaluating the capital needs of your property over the next 40 years.

Significantly extended from the first edition and published in response to the new international standard ISO, this book on physical asset management (2nd Ed.) presents a systematic approach to the management of physical assets from concept to disposal. Physical Asset Management With an Introduction to IS Second Edition Springer.

Contents Part I General Introduction 1 Introduction to Asset Management 3 Purpose of This Book 3 Evolution of Asset Management 4 Why Do We Need Asset Management.

4 ISO Series Asset Management Standards 5. Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets such as equipment, plant, buildings and infrastructure.

Description economic management of physical assets FB2

This book presents a systematic approach to the management of these assets from concept to disposal. It introduces the general principles of physical asset management, so as to make these accessible. Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets such as equipment and plant.

Physical Asset Management presents a systematic approach to the management of these assets. Physical Asset Management - An Organizational Challenge explores how the physical asset management philosophy fits within an organization, details the challenges it faces, and reviews the different functional areas dealing with physical : Dharmen Dhaliah.

It introduces the general principles of physical asset management and covers all stages of the asset management process, including initial business appraisal, identification of fixed asset needs. The book provides both an introduction and a convenient reference work, covering all the main areas of physical asset management.

Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets such as equipment and plant. Author: Nicholas Anthony John Hastings. Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN: About the authors Significantly extended from the first edition and published in response to the new international standard ISO, this book on physical asset management (2nd Ed.) presents a systematic approach to the management of physical assets from concept to disposal.

Asset Management: Whole-life Management of Physical Assets. Asset Management.: Chris Lloyd. Thomas Telford, - Business & Economics - pages. 1 Review. Asset Management brings together the insights, experience and advice of a panel of leading thinkers and practitioners from a wide range of sectors, providing readers with multiple perspectives on the practicalities of adopting asset Reviews: 1.

The economic management of physical assets. [N W Hodges] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create The book examines how an organization copes with physical assets, how it assesses their value. Book Description HTML A good reference material that defines and describes the concepts and principles of Physical Asset and Maintenance Management.

It introduces the general principles of physical asset management and covers all stages of the asset management process, including initial business appraisal, identification of fixed asset needs, capability gap analysis, financial evaluation, logistic support analysis, life cycle costing, management of in-service assets, maintenance strategy, outsourcing, cost-benefit analysis, disposal and renewal.

Physical Asset Management presents a systematic approach to the management of these assets from concept to disposal.

The general principles of physical asset management are discussed in a manner which makes them accessible to a wide audience, and covers all stages of the Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets 5/5(1).

Fundamentals of Asset Management 3 Drawing from the AM Knowledge Base This workshop is produced by GHD Inc. • Australian-based international company with over offices worldwide • + management consultants, engineers, scientists, planners, architects • Recognized as a world leader in advanced asset management – over 25 years.

This book presents a systematic approach to the management of physical assets from concept to disposal, building upon the previous editions and brought up-to-date with the new. PAS Asset Management Specification. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary.

Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets such as equipment and plant. Physical Asset Management presents a systematic approach to the management of these assets from concept to disposal.

The general principles of physical asset management are discussed in a manner which. Asset Management is increasingly well understood by the business community as a strategic and business led discipline, where the value of assets is their contribution to achieving explicit business objectives.

If you are encountering Asset Management for the first time, this book should be a helpful introduction to the key topics.

Details economic management of physical assets EPUB

Physical Asset Management addresses the needs of existing and potential asset managers, and provides an introduction to asset management for professionals in related disciplines, such as finance. The book provides both an introduction and a convenient reference work, covering all the main areas of physical asset s: 1.

Accounting for Physical Assets. Physical current assets are recorded at the cost incurred to acquire them. The cost of an asset is usually available on the bill or invoice received from the seller.

The physical asset is known as an item of economic, marketable or substitute value that has a substantial or material existence.

Download economic management of physical assets EPUB

However, in most of the businesses, physical asset means cash, inventory, equipment and properties that are owned by the organization. Physical assets. This book is part of the increasing literature on physical asset management. It is made of a collection of articles, useful reading for anyone who is interested in gaining a general understanding of the subject, as well as how European entities like the IAM (Institute of Asset Management) conceives this emerging (and important) engineering managerial s: 7.

Successful asset manag Successful asset management demands an enterprise-wide, cross-functional approach. The contributions which make up this book each reflect on the origins, development and achievements of asset management, considering its implications for organisational structure and culture, leadership and competence/5(8).

Physical Asset Management addresses the needs of existing and potential asset managers, and provides an introduction to asset management for professionals in related disciplines, such as finance.

The book provides both an introduction and a convenient reference work, covering all the main areas of physical asset management. Strategies AND techniques for getting the most out of A COMPANY'S physical assets Accounting for Fixed Assets, Second Edition presents comprehensive guidelines for effectively managing property, plant, and equipment in order to get the maximum benefits out of investments in these long-term tangible assets.

Enhanced with numerous examples and illustrations, this new edition features. Asset management refers to a systematic approach to the governance and realization of value from the things that a group or entity is responsible for, over their whole life cycles.

It may apply both to tangible assets (physical objects such as buildings or equipment) and to intangible assets (such as human capital, intellectual property, goodwill or financial assets).Get this from a library!

Physical asset management: with an introduction to ISO [N A J Hastings] -- Significantly extended from the first edition and published in response to the new international standard ISO, this book on physical asset management (2nd Ed.) presents a systematic approach to.Asset integrity KPIs that are selected should align with the risk management processes for the Business Unit, be used to aid the management of the five steps of asset integrity risk management (as per ISO ), and cover all three aspects of incident prevention: Plant (Physical Assets and Technology), Processes and Systems, and People.