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PERSPECTIVES

  • Designing a multi-generational workforceThe British workforce is getting older, which means that office design must now consider a new set of workplace requirements, writes Joe Huddleston.
  • Are FMs the new corporate wellness gurus?The focus on corporate wellness is shifting towards the buildings in which corporate employees spend most of their working time, as the design of the built environment can have a positive impact on the population health, writes Paul Nuki.
  • What is 'hard FM compliance'?Different FMs and organisations measure compliance differently, writes Nick Fox. A more consistent way to measure it is required.

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  • Things are looking upLast month's BIFM ThinkFM conference made clear how the rapidly developing Internet of Things landscape is providing unprecedented access to actionable workplace data. Martin...

FEATURES

  • ThinkFM 2017: SoundbitesLast month's BIFM ThinkFM conference made clear how the rapidly developing Internet of Things landscape is providing unprecedented access to actionable workplace data. Here are a selection of quotes from this year's speakers on the current state of the smart building revolution.
  • Community serviceThe measurement revolution promised by the Internet of Things will falter if user communities and their actual needs are not the first consideration in the specification process. Chris Weston reports.
  • Best behaviourOf all the many advances suggested by the internet of things, behavioural analytics could easily emerge as the new productivity frontline, and one with particular resonance for facilities management. Martin Read reports
  • Blocks awayDigital ledgers comprising unalterable, timestamped records could have huge ramifications for contract transactions, including those in FM. Martin Read and Ronan O'Boyle explain the game-changing potential of the technology behind the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.