Aimed at senior and emerging leaders with responsibility for implementing asset management, this custom course run by the Business School focuses on applying learning to actual workplace challenges.

Tuesday 29 September 2020
Conference Room
£3,450 (Standard Registration)
£2,760 (Early Bird)
Professor John Amis; Chair in Strategic Management and Organisation; University of Edinburgh Business School
Professor Jake Ansell; Professor of Risk Management; University of Edinburgh Business School
Manjit Bains; Director of Asset Management Business School Ltd
Professor Wendy Loretto; Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Dean of University of Edinburgh Business School
Dr Kristina Potočnik; Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management; University of Edinburgh Business School


Strategic Asset Management for Transformational Impact (SAMTI) aligns physical infrastructure assets with an organisation’s strategic direction. SAMTI is integral to the investment decisions driving the through-whole-life management of physical infrastructure assets.

Offering an unmatched focus on strategic management and transformational change, this programme will equip leaders with the skills to take asset management from a policy perspective into effective, sustainable practice. Led by the Business School's world-renowned faculty, and by greatly experienced SAMTI practitioners, participants will apply learning to their actual workplace challenges.

Course Structure

The course takes place over five days:

  • Tuesday 29 September 2020
  • Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 October 2020 (with a formal networking dinner on 21 October)
  • Tuesday 10 November 2020

Participants should attend all sessions.


The course fee of £3,450 includes all five programme sessions, materials, daytime catering, and a networking dinner.

Early-bird Discount

A reduced fee of £2,760 is offered until 1 September 2020.

Staff, Alumni, and Group Discounts

University of Edinburgh staff and alumni qualify for a 20% discount. Enquiries for discounted group bookings are welcome; please contact our Executive Team for more information.


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