The Institute has established a category of Recommended for books and other publications that may be of interest. These may include material for either expert Asset Managers or beginners.
In most cases the IAM will have had no part in the content of these publications until approached for our endorsement. Recommended books will have been subjected to a high-level but formal peer review procedure but do not necessarily reflect the official views of the IAM.
(Official IAM Publications will have our full style and logo.)
Can you suggest a book that deserves 'Recommendation
If you have not yet published a book and would like to include our Recommended mark we would also appreciate the opportunity to contribute to a Foreword.
We are especially keen to offer discount or other benefits to Members - whether or not we are able to distribute them we may promote them by providing hyperlinks.
Books in date order sequence of Recommendation
We are happy to 'recommend' three very different books initially.
International Case Studies in Asset Management
Edited by Chris Lloyd, published by ICE Publishing, 2012
International Case Studies In Asset Managmeent shows companies and interested parties at all levels how asset management can be used to provide organisations with the strategic perspective, transparency and tools required to make best use of budgets, maximise returns on capital and grow market vlaue.
Asset management - Whole-life management of physical assets
Edited by Chris Lloyd, published by Thomas Telford, London,February 2010
The first book of its kind, Asset Management offers comprehensive and accessible coverage of all major aspects of the subject, providing an invaluable reference to those working in or learning about asset-intensive industries.
Strategic Asset Management: The Quest For Utility Excellence
Author Clive Deadman, published by Troubador Publishing, March 2010
One of the first books ever written specifically on the strategic management of utility industries will be previewed in London on March 4th, at the prestigious Utility Regulation 2010 Seminar, hosted by SGBI and attended by regulators and senior figures from the water, gas and electricity industries.
Asset management decision-making: THE SALVO PROCESS
Edited by John Woodhouse published by the Woodhouse Partnership 2014
This guidebook explains what it takes to make the right decisions in the management of assets; not just in the steps and disciplines required, but also how to create a clear ‘business case’ to justify and communicate the outcomes, so that everyone can agree on what is worth doing, when and why.