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  • FM World and the changing role of mediaFM World editor Martin Read looks at how communication between media organisations and their audiences has evolved. 20 May 2016
  • You are what you eat - especially in hospitalFood, glorious food - as the saying goes - has never been more relevant in the National Health Service of today, writes Finbarr Murray. 19 May 2016
  • Who's the disabled one?I'm wheeling my way along the corridor against a crowd of conference attendees keen to get to the coffee, while many are immersed in a phone or tablet, writes Edward Finch. 05 May 2016
  • Events that are worth your timeThe mix of networking and knowledge sharing at BIFM regional events should be potent enough reason in itself to attend, but there's even more to it than that, writes Martin Read. 05 May 2016
  • Where there is FM, there is magicIf the full extent of FM is to be laid out to the typical consumer, we need an environment in which it can be explained without prejudice, writes Martin Read. 26 April 2016
  • BIFM Chairman's update - Q2 2016The start of 2016 has seen some fantastic developments in both the Institute and profession, writes Julie Kortens in her quarterly BIFM Chairman's update. 25 April 2016
  • Don't let your KPI count get out of controlThe subject of key performance indicators has been on my mind again in the last week or two and, once again, the obsession with having a multitude of KPIs seems to continue unabated, writes John Bowen. 25 April 2016
  • Space oddityGo back six, seven or even eight years and you'll find a lot being said about the importance of space usage in these pages, writes Martin Read. 07 April 2016
  • Book of brilliant thingsPortfolios are often reviewed in silos by type or within each directorate of an organisation, writes Roger Amos. A more strategic and holistic approach, which is also very scalable could see work done to date expanded as part of the wider asset management plan. 07 April 2016
  • Lighting Up Africa and the role of FMIn the past decade Africa has woken up to take leadership on defining what its priorities are and how best to solve them, writes Tunde Obileye. 24 March 2016
  • A staggering achievementOne step at a time. Ascending the stairs to the university building, I am quickly overtaken by bright-eyed and bushy-tailed students, writes Edward Finch. 24 March 2016
  • So long, architectThe 1974 classic The Towering Inferno and its connection to building design and subsequent facilities management. Not as tenuous a link as you might think, writes Martin Read. 24 March 2016
  • What's facilities management when it's at home?What's facilities maintenance when it's at home? The question jolted me out of my reverie as I heard it from the person sat in front of me on the bus. His companion had no answer and I was not inclined to answer, but it took me back a good few years, blogs John Bowen. 14 March 2016
  • Contributing to vision, values and objectivesIn these austere times it's ever easier to focus on the role of the FM as a purely cost and efficiency-driven service, writes Simon Francis. 10 March 2016
  • Vote for FMs - unsung heroes of election timeIn two months' time it will be the Police Crime Commissioner elections. Not as big as last year, but still a very busy time for the FM team, writes Sevenoaks District Council's Emma Vincent. 10 March 2016
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