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Lifecycle Costing The Easy Way for FM – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Lifecycle Costing The Easy Way for FM – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Webinar originally held live March 28, 2012. Duration: 30 Minutes. Lifecycle costing analysis is a decision making tool Facility Managers should use, but seldom do. It’s actually a lot easier to do than many think. Forget about the long, tedious, technical and financial explanations and examples you’ve seen in textbooks. This webinar will show you […]

By May 26, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Quality Assurance for FM’s – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Quality Assurance for FM’s – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Webinar originally held February 12, 2013. Duration 30 Min. Quality Assurance helps you establish leadership in your Facilities role. It means you are being pro-active about service standards for your organization and implementing leading practices. It’s also a key way you ensure you and your suppliers are providing your organization with quality, consistent service. If […]

By April 12, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Occupant Satisfaction Surveys for FM – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Occupant Satisfaction Surveys for FM – Facilities Leadership Webinar

Webinar originally held live April 25, 2012. Duration: 30 Minutes. Do you know what your occupants think about their work environment? If you don’t ask, you won’t know what you need to improve or change. Facility Managers are often fearful of what these surveys may reveal, but instead of shying away from the answers, you […]

By March 31, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Facility Inspections and Your Kitchen Knife – Walk of the VIP

Facility Inspections and Your Kitchen Knife – Walk of the VIP

A while back, when I was managing a large telecommunications portfolio, I got a call from a very irate customer – a senior manager in the company. It seems there was a large puddle of dried paint on the walkway leading to the front door of the building he worked in. That’s bad enough. But […]

By January 13, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Shifting From Maintenance to Management in Facilities Management – Business Skills vs. Technical Skills

Shifting From Maintenance to Management in Facilities Management – Business Skills vs. Technical Skills

The modern Facility Manager needs a slightly different mix of skills to navigate not just within the profession, but within their own organizations to be successful, especially if they want to become the Head of FM, whether for a small organization or a multi-national corporation. The FM Knowledge Grid illustration (see a larger one further […]

By September 16, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Don’t Wait for a System to use Life Cycle Costing of Facilities for Decisions

Don’t Wait for a System to use Life Cycle Costing of Facilities for Decisions

Managing facilities often includes managing the physical assets. But getting into a system is often daunting, particularly for smaller portfolios. Unfortunately, without a way to manage the assets, you won’t have the information you need to make decisions about repair vs replace or information to justify your budget requirements. You are also much more likely […]

By August 8, 2012 1 Comments Read More →
The Facility Management Pie – Scope and Responsibility

The Facility Management Pie – Scope and Responsibility

Unlike some professions, Facility Management encompasses many different roles and skills. Not everyone in the facility or property management profession are responsible for all of these roles. Some are responsible for specific functions as specialists, others are responsible for everything while some oversee all these roles through other specialists. Regardless, it’s important to have a […]

By June 5, 2011 11 Comments Read More →

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