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interdependencies at the strategic asset management level: a system analysis of the utility sector.

 
Titel
Interdependencies at the Strategic Asset Management Level: A System Analysis of the Utility Sector.
Type
artikel vakblad
Referentie

Q. Zhuang, T. E. van der Lei, D. Djairam and J. J. Smit: Interdependencies at the Strategic Asset Management Level: A System Analysis of the Utility Sector. Presented at ICNSC '11. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Network, Sensing and Control, 2011.

Auteurs
Telli van der Lei
 
Johan Smit
 
Qikai Zhuang
Beschrijving

Physical asset management is a section with growing importance in utility companies. Asset management is recommended to function simultaneously at operational, tactical and strategic level to realize organizational strategic plans with technical solutions. Currently, tactical asset management is well established with risk analysis. However, at a strategic level, new analytical tools are needed to deal with realization of the multiple, interdependent organizational strategic plans. Therefore, to address this lack of tools, we will apply a system view on the strategic asset management level and model the interdependencies in the system at this level. In conclusion, asset owners and asset managers can utilize this developed system view to investigate influences of multiple organizational strategic plans, translate them into business values and tackle them using technical solutions.

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