Monthly Archives: December 2018

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FACILITY MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE MEASURING TOOL

In the facilities management (FM) function, use of a balanced scorecard enables companies to evaluate the performance of their external providers against multiple criteria (Figure 1), help set alignment and focus, identify improvement opportunities, enhance performance reporting, and conduct constructive discussions with their FM providers. In a sense, the balance scorecard process for FM service […]

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NEED SPACE UTILIZATION? FACILITIES MANAGEMENT IS THE KEY

How does a large, diverse, and dynamic Facility respond to the constant requests for new and additional space? This is one of main parts of Facilities Management: Space Planning. The facility planning role involves programming, working to understand how the space was used previously, the current status of the space, and what the future plan is […]

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WHAT IS FACILITIES MANAGEMENT?

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) defines Facilities Management (FM) as: ‘The integration of processes within an organisation to maintain and develop the agreed services which support and improve the effectiveness of the client’s primary activities.’ FM can also be defined as the provision of services that support a client’s wider business activities, and allow that […]

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BIG DATA ANALYTICS IN FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

With increased Process & systems within facilities management function, there is a need for facilities manager to constantly monitor the trends to analyse the broad spectrum of categories in Facilities Management. Today the key challenge for facilities manager is to build a Metric driven function where data influence decision making. Carly Fiorina, former chief executive […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERIOUSLY

Effective facilities management is vital to the success of many organisations. At a corporate level, it contributes to the delivery of strategic and operational objectives. On a day-to-day level, effective facilities management provides a safe and efficient working environment – essential to the performance of any business. Facilities management is not just a task but […]

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT -A RECESSION FREE INDUSTRY FOR NEW GRADUATES

The first industrial revolution that has started in 1760 and to some time between 1820 to 1840 has brought in significant developments in the world. Predominantly the world has seen the inventions of textiles, iron ore processing, steam power etc., Followed by the second industrial revolution (technical revolution) during the late 18th century,  seen the […]

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