Next Gen Facility Management | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings

The average age of the facility management workforce is 50.9 years old, according to a recent survey shared by IFMA. In the very near future, the profession will be facing a critical shortage of qualified new talent to fill the shoes of industry veterans. This panel discussion will focus on how facility leaders can prepare today for this expected talent gap in order to keep their organizations operating smoothly throughout the coming transition.


https://facilityexecutive.com/live/00530/next-gen-fm-panel-discussion/
The average age of the facility management workforce is 50.9 years old, according to a recent survey shared by IFMA. In the very near future, the profession will be facing a critical shortage of qualified new talent to fill the shoes of industry veterans. This panel discussion will focus on how facility leaders can prepare today for this expected talent gap in order to keep their organizations operating smoothly throughout the coming transition.

Next Gen Facility Management | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings


https://facilityexecutive.com/live/00530/next-gen-fm-panel-discussion/
The average age of the facility management workforce is 50.9 years old, according to a recent survey shared by IFMA. In the very near future, the profession will be facing a critical shortage of qualified new talent to fill the shoes of industry veterans. This panel discussion will focus on how facility leaders can prepare today for this expected talent gap in order to keep their organizations operating smoothly throughout the coming transition.

Next Gen Facility Management

Next Gen Facility Management

The average age of the facility management workforce is 50.9 years old, according to a recent survey shared by IFMA. In the very near future, the profession will be facing a critical shortage of qualified new talent to fill the shoes of industry veterans. This panel discussion will focus on how facility leaders can prepare today for this expected talent gap in order to keep their organizations operating smoothly throughout the coming transition.

Speakers Include

Jerry DiCola, CFM, SFP, FMP, Director, Facilities Operations, Horizon Pharma, Inc.
Judie Cooper, CFM, Associate Director of Organizational Development, Office of Facilities Management and Reliability, Smithsonian Institution
Jim Lord, Managing Director, Helbling & Associates, Inc.
Randall Niznick, Facility Manager, Retired US Navy Seabee