Implementation of asset management is not only the provision of systems and processes. It also requires a different attitude, behaviour and culture from the people who need to work with them. We believe that asset management only makes sense when people want asset management. From the beginning of each project, Pragma looks at getting people motivated to apply asset management so that our clients get the result they want.
Implement asset management effectively
The successful implementation of asset management depends on the commitment of employees. This is why we consider attention to organisational factors such as leadership, culture, capacity and competence to be of great importance. These factors have an impact on the effective development of asset management. What is effective in some situations can be less effective in other situations, so a universal roadmap for asset management implementation is not suitable. Instead, we have developed a tailor-made approach: ‘People and implementation’. This approach considers the unique dynamics of your organisation and leads to optimal asset management.
From asset management principles to practice
A sense of the importance of asset management arises through a process of common meaning. Working according to asset management principles often requires adjusting employee behaviour, and this depends on changing their perception. Focusing only on results and behaviour is not effective. The journey to get there is important. Going through a process together of meaning, in which asset management principles are translated into everyday practice, contributes to effective change. It is only when people change their perception of reality that there is room for new behaviour.