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With strategic planning increasingly important, “envisioning, enabling, and evolving” are keys to success.


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With strategic planning increasingly important, “envisioning, enabling, and evolving” are keys to success.

eBusiness Strategies

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. eBusiness Strategies articles below.


Business Practice Optimization For Facility Management

With strategic planning increasingly important, “envisioning, enabling, and evolving” are keys to success.

Launching An Enterprise Workplace Management Strategy

Facility executives can begin by asking, "How do our services help the overall company accomplish its mission?"

FM Issue: Say What You Mean!

A facility management strategy that aligns with the broader organization vision is increasingly important. It is possible to develop and articulate a workplace approach that is aligned with technology.

Professional Development: “If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, Any Road Will Do.”

Vision, strategy, and roadmap create an enterprise wide strategy.

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