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Facilities blog

Our view on the world of facilities management. Read posts, leave comments, join a discussion

  • Trust the evidenceFM World editor Martin Read notes that productivity and well-being are more aligned than we think. 16 July 2013
  • Build trust from the start"Writing last week about some of the old projects my teams and I saw through got me thinking about an aspect of leadership that is pretty fundamental," blogs John Bowen. 15 July 2013
  • RIP Dorcan House"This week they are clearing the site where Dorcan House stood, the last part of it having been pulled down last week. As most of you reading this will not of heard of the building you probably are thinking So what? Well read on," blogs John Bowen. 08 July 2013
  • Joined-up thinkingFM World editor Martin Read comments on the concept of joined-up thinking in FM, and the challenges FMs face in getting the message across. 01 July 2013
  • Building a background for the boardroom"If FMs can start to think of themselves as business people who specialise in FM and to equip themselves accordingly, then I see a chance for the profession to turn the corner," blogs John Bowen. 01 July 2013
  • Take a green-fingered approach to office designThe value of interior landscaping is currently subject to debate, blogs Kenneth Freeman, technical director at Ambius. 26 June 2013
  • Believe in yourself and make things happenThis week I was taken to task for mentioning my age. You're always on about how old you are; think young, my friend told me, but were they right? John Bowen blogs. 24 June 2013
  • Don't be shy"Networking must be the marmite of the FM sector whenever I talk to job candidates, they either love it or hate it," writes Ian Higgins, director at Hays FM. 20 June 2013
  • FM, the communicatorFM World editor Martin Read reflects on this year's ThinkFM conference, and what it means for the sector's ability to communicate effectively. 14 June 2013
  • History repeats itselfJohn Bowen wonders whether FMs can rely on history to progress as leaders. 03 June 2013
  • A sense of timeFM World editor Martin Read senses transition periods in methods of working may be longer than organisations hoped. 03 June 2013
  • An agile challengeIs there really a backlash against flexible working or is it just a media construct following the 'Marissa Mayer affair'? blogs Andrew Mawson. 29 May 2013
  • Channelling thoughts"When like-minded people get together, things tend to go well," writes FM World editor Martin Read. 28 May 2013
  • Musings on the pace of changeJohn Bowen pauses to marvel at how far technology has come in the past 30 years. 24 May 2013
  • Business cycles are just a natural progression"I wrote some lines a few weeks ago about the classic business cycle: today's fad is tomorrow's derided practice," blogs John Bowen. 13 May 2013
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