TEFMA's refreshed Strategic Asset Management Guideline now available

It is with great pleasure that we are now able to share with our membership the new TEFMA SAM Guidelines.

The SAM Guideline provides broad practical advice for the application of ISO 55000 strategic asset management strategies within the higher education sector to align an Institutions’ asset and property needs to achieve its strategic objectives and priorities. It explains the process of strategic asset management planning using a lifecycle approach, and also briefly discusses how this planning may be implemented and operationalised.

We would like to thank the following working group members who gave their time, commitment and expertise to assist with this project:

  • Matt Smith, Chair (University of Tasmania)
  • Amelia Anderberg (University of Technology, Sydney)
  • Andrew Morrison (University of Canberra)
  • Danika Head (Southern Cross University)
  • Dominic Marafioti (University of South Australia)
  • Erin Shillington (Victoria University of Wellington)
  • Harish Patel (Curtin University)
  • Jarrah Harrison Lofthouse (University of Melbourne)
  • Jye West (Australian Catholic University)
  • Muru Mohan (University of Auckland)
  • Scott Wolstenholme (Griffith University)
  • Trevor Humphreys (University of Western Australia) 

A special shout out also to Mick Serena and his team at SAFM Solutions for their guidance throughout.

The guidelines are available for download by members here>

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