Programme

The programme is up to date as at 22 July, however the committee has the right to amend any component at any time.  Due to flight timings, we have amended the start time to accommodate the 0920 flight from Wellington/Auckland.

Monday 2 November 
0800Optional Breakfast: AMIS upgrade lessons: Breakfast discussion on upgrading your asset database. Facilitator: Glen McIntosh. Cost $25
0930Morning Tea / Networking / Registration
1000Welcome and Opening
1010NAMS Update - what we have learned from NAMS 2018. Dukessa Blackburn-Huettner
1020Welcome from NAMS 2020 Forum Chairs - Nicci Wood & Colin Gerrard
1030 Insights from an Industry Leader Raveen Jaduram
1050Keynote: Future Ready®: Building blocks, barriers and incentives Anna Robak
Sponsored by WSP
1130Keynote: Data, helping from all angles. Paul Stone
1210Transition to Workshops - Tea/Coffee available

 Workshop One
Theme: Interconnection
Facilitator: Damien Douglas WSP
Workshop Two
Theme: Digital Transformation
Facilitator:
1220Overcoming barriers to embedding asset management. David Jeffrey & Maxine FordWe have this BIM Model, Now what? Mary Mohs
1240The 3 socials of Asset Management. Rachel Maas & Priyani de Silva-CurrieHow to get ready to embrace 'Human first' Industry 5.0. Rekha Kharbanda
1255Q & A above presentersQ & A above presenters
1305Group discussionGroup discussion
1320Lunch / Networking

1410Keynote: Future Infrastructure. Hamilton-Auckland Corridor for wellbeing Ernst Zollner
1455Keynote: How to Stop a Robot taking my job. Diane Edwards
1540Afternoon Tea / Networking

1610Workshop Three
Theme: Future Infrastructure
Facilitator:
Workshop Four
Theme: Skills and Capabilities
Facilitator:
Evidence based planning, decision-making and investment - Taha Whanau, Quality Housing Program. Tracy Massam & Mitch Miller Assset Management Competency - the key to High Performance. John McDonald & Stephen Garlick
1630Recovering from COVID-19: Applying Asset Management to support Local Government in New Zealand. Wayne HatcherEmbedding asset management as a culture using an IIMM based capability and capacity review. Deborah Lind
1645Q & A above presentersQ & A above presenters
1655Group discussionGroup discussion
1710Close
1900Forum Dinner - Novotel (included with full registration) After dinner Speaker: Melissa Clarke-Reynolds

Tuesday 3 November 
0830Welcome back
Launch of IIMM Digital Platform
NAMS+ Introduction
0935Keynote: Built assets: your data and information management framework. Sarah Davidson
1020Morning Tea / Networking

1050Workshop Five
Theme: Enabling Climate Action
Facilitator:
Workshop Six
Theme: Requirements, Business Rules and funding
Facilitator:
Incorporating climate change into Infrastructure planning. James HughesLessons learnt driving change in FNDC's capital investment programme through risk-based prioritisation. Deborah Lind
1110Decade of Doing. Kate MeyerAsset Valuations - The often underestimated fundamental. Brian Sharman
1125Q & A above presentersQ & A above presenters
1135Group discussionGroup discussion
1150Lunch / Networking

1235Keynote: New Zealand's low emissions future Dr Rod Carr
1315Wrap Up
1430Depart