Professional Development Columnist
What can be done to prevent or mitigate the destruction of culturally significant facilities from fire events?
Implementing third-party services is more successful when applied with change management principles.
With a talent shortage on the horizon, the IFMA Foundation has introduced the Global Workplace Workforce Initiative.
Avoid these mistakes when creating and updating network corporate standards.
As facilities staff increasingly use mobile tools to work, policies should follow suit. From the August 2013 issue.
Advancements in construction and performance have expanded the reach of this material. From the July 2013 issue.
Technology is only as good as what it can deliver. From the April 2013 issue.
Facility managers can minimize delays and unexpected costs by being proactive.
As the profession evolves, more higher education institutions offer formalized instruction.
When maintenance “strategies” are unplanned, organizations can experience premature equipment failure, reduction in occupant satisfaction, and higher prices for repairs and equipment replacements.
A tried and true procurement method gets a fresh look. This procurement method enables facility managers to complete numerous projects with one contract.
Veterans and rookies bridge the gap between the experienced technician and the new recruit.
What should facilities managers know and expect?
How can facility managers decide the fate of aging buildings?
What do facility managers need to know about the government crackdown on I-9s?
Vision, strategy, and roadmap create an enterprise wide strategy.
As work styles are evolving, employees are spending less time in individual offices and more time working together.
Building Information Modeling can help facility managers stay up to date.