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The Strategic Importance of Asset Management Part Three: A New Framework
Managing assets needs to be done in a truly proactive approach, one that ties the management of physical assets to the corporate objectives. The initial

intention statements  intensive maintenance. While the intention is laudable, the result of such reactive actions is often either non-effective or counter productive. Either way it is too late to stop the original incident from having occurred. Managing assets needs to be done in a truly proactive approach, one that ties the management of physical assets to the corporate objectives. A modern approach to asset management can be visualized as a series of dominoes. Each domino needs the momentum from the previous area, and then

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