KBam goes the theory
KBAM (Knowldge Based Asset Management) is huge. Absolutely huge.
Preparing a presentation seems like an imporssible task. At first glance theory of KBAM seem simple, a few basic point that need to be considered when managing assets. But everytime you look at one you realise how much more to it there is. Every idea can be expanded on, developed, linked to other. The more you read, the more the contents of theories for KBAM grow in your mind. Take for example maintenance, that exapands into theories such as TPM (total productive maintenance), RCM (reliability centred maintenance), PM (predictive maintenance). Then each of of these in themselves are a vast topic. And if you want to build in a practical approach to implementation for the theories in a specific context.... well.... then you're pretty much into thesis levels of detail.
This is the problem. A 20 min presentation for applying KBAM to an organisation! Its a challenge to say the least, but does provide good heated discussions of what to prioritise and how to implement the theories.