It has been exactly a year since I launched the HPAM Board Game. An interactive asset management board game to better understand the challenges of implementing asset management based on my first book – Physical Asset Management – An Organizational Challenge. Thank you to Terry O’Hanlon and Maura Abad at Reliability web for believing in the Game and provided me the opportunity at IMC-2018.
Over the year I have collected lots of feedback and suggestions. One of the comments that inspired me was: “Can I buy one set to gift to my Manager?”
With that in mind I worked on several improvements to the Board Game to make it not only fun but something more valuable to Organizations and to asset management practitioners on their asset management journey.
Yes, asset management is a journey – a journey that will require of course the coordination of activities but more importantly collaboration of the different functional areas. The HPAM Board Game brings everyone in the organization together in one room, to educate them on the asset management activities, to make them understand the importance of ownership and involvement and be aware of the implementation challenges.
It is a board game that is played physically in a meeting room combined with an online application to generate results and analysis.
The HPAM Game is a key key element of the HPAM Process. It is one of the first steps in an Organization’s journey to implement an organization-wide physical asset management system.
Gift your Organization the HPAM Game now. What better way to kick starts your HPAM journey in 2020!
The Game is available for pre-order at www.hpamsolutions.com
Be the first ones to try it out. The first 10 orders will receive a gift.
Posted by Dharmen Dhaliah
4/19/2020 05:50:39 am
This is definitely the perfect gift for your organization. If you think that it is important that you do this, then you are very much right. A manager needs to be able to do great motivational activities for their squad. I hope that this can help you get an idea of what to do. It do feel like it would be beneficial for you to just create something that is very much like this, believe me, it is great if you do.
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Dharmen Dhaliah, P.Eng, MBA, PMP, CAMA, MMP, CMRP