Optimised Decision Making Guidelines
The Optimised Decision Making Guidelines expands on topics in the International Infrastructure Management Manual providing a step by step guide to making optimum decisions for infrastructure acquisition, renewal, operations and maintenance.
This is an invaluable tool for engineers, asset managers, or senior decision makers in any organisation.
It demonstrates economic analysis in simple practical terms with guidance on how to evaluate.
- The best asset strategy or project to minimise long term costs and maximise outcomes for the organisations and its customers
- Social, cultural, environmental, and financial benefits in making project decisions
- Optimal decisions across all activities- O&M, renewals, new works decisions
- Optimal decisions using benefit-cost analysis and multi-criteria analysis, and which is the best approach to use.
Over 30 case studies and examples demonstrate how to put the theory into practice.
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