e-NAMS

 

The Emerging Asset Managers Group (e-NAMS) was formed by a group of emerging asset managers with a vision to:

To develop a connected and supportive network of emerging infrastructure asset management professionals

Business Plan

The group has been working to formulate a direction for e-NAMS, with their business plan going to the NAMS Board in December 2013. A copy of the draft business plan is available here.

A presentation of e-NAMS progress to date was recently given at the Southern IPWEA Branch meeting. Click herefor a copy of this presentation.

Mentoring

e-NAMS has been working to develop an industry mentoring programme. The group sees this as a way of attracting, supporting and retaining of asset management professionals while growing them professionally and technically, and assisting in the development of networks. We are currently looking for mentors from around the country. If you are interested or have any questions about the programme, please contact us at

Information and Presentations

Below is a list of asset management presentations that were given at an e-NAMS event hosted by Auckland Council:

·         AM Professional Model: Zhivan Alach

·         Fleet Asset Management: Kim Smith

·         Asset Team Centres of Excellence development: Caroline Jamieson

·         Closed Landfill asset management: Barton Bauzon

·         Strategic Asset Planning for Property Karen McAulay

·         Renewal Prototype: Alexis Manirakiza

·         Waterfront Auckland: Nick Oliver

If you are interested in getting a copy of any of the presentations, please contact

Membership

Make sure you don't miss the opportunity to get involved. Please contact for more information and to be added to the membership of this group (membership is free).

e-NAMS is on LinkedIn. Most of the group’s communication is via the LinkedIn page, so to keep up to date with what’s going on, check it out: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4826888&trk=anet_ug_hm

 

 

 

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To achieve our vision "Enhancing the well being of New Zealand communities through leadership of Asset Management" NAMS is supported through a partnership programme. NAMS would like to acknowledge all of its partners for their support.