Resource pages for "Strategic Planning"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Approximately 79% of organizations reported already experiencing negative impact of COVID-19, according to a S&P Global Market Intelligence survey.
Employing this construction delivery method offers significant benefits for facility management leaders overseeing multiple projects over time. Listen to our talk with an expert from Gordian on how to streamline your project management.
Facilities data is most valuable when it can be interpreted accurately, communicated effectively, and turned into an actionable plan.
The state’s Department of Transportation ordered a long-term facility plan on a short-term schedule.
Retaining talent is a leading concern for businesses these days, and it all comes down to workplace experience and authenticity.
Here are six strategies that help facility management teams establish a framework towards proactive maintenance.
Facility executives can begin by asking, "How do our services help the overall company accomplish its mission?"
A focus on these five factors leads the way to effectively supporting the business units in your organization.
As 2016 approaches, what are the leading facility management priorities?
A facility professional asks what level of in-house management should oversee outsourced services?
When facility managers discuss alternative energy, they need to change the conversation from cost-cutting to value creation.
This strategic planning term may not be as familiar to facility managers as its more commonly used cousin: Change Management.
Green building has become a long-term business opportunity with 51% percent of study firms planning more than 60% of their work to be green by 2015, up from 28% of firms in 2012. The largest opportunity areas for green building globally are in new commercial construction and renovation of existing buildings.
Strategic facility planning starts with this single question, but the response relies on understanding both the purpose of the activity and the desired results. So what's the question?