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20 October 2018
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  • A global mindsetAs part of FM World's World FM Day event, research has brought up identifiable patterns of progress and concerns in FM environments across a number of different countries and regions, writes Martin Read. 12 May 2017
  • Wedded to a better way of workingWhen high-profile collapses in outsourcing arrangements occur, it's often speculated that the concept of outsourcing itself is to blame, writes Colin Kenton. But should the fault lie at a lack of a shared vision? 11 April 2017
  • We can learn from pub designCan the workplace learn from pub interior design trends? A relaxing, eclectic social setting could be the next hyyge, writes Nigel Oseland. 11 April 2017
  • The Internet of Things, FM and securityIoT security is still immature, but there are best practices that can be applied today to help protect systems, writes Richard Newell. 11 April 2017
  • Sunrise, sunset - the rhythm of lifeThe use of natural daylight in workspaces is set to become the biggest lighting debate over the next five years, says Helen Loomes. 11 April 2017
  • It is time to talk about mental health in the changing world of workIt is not always easy to talk about mental health, writes Kamile Stankute. While we are used to sharing our physical discomforts with colleagues, it is now time to talk about mental well-being. 04 April 2017
  • FM contracts - a game of two halves?Former Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman once suggested the Football League should relegate fully half its member clubs every season to eradicate the "fear" of failure. The service sector could do worse than consider how this kind of thinking might work in FM, suggests Martin Read. 21 March 2017
  • Making a difference as routineTo mark his 100th issue at FM World, Jamie Harris reflects on how he has come to understand and appreciate the FM profession and its impact on the wider world. 13 March 2017
  • A wider impactValuing our natural world in the same way as other assets may seem a complex business; but just as the idea of BIMs is to see real world use reflected in design, it's logical to work towards a world where our natural capital is coherently costed, writes Martin Read. 13 March 2017
  • A life less ordinaryNot everyone who works in the FM sector actually aspires to have a career in FM, and managers and leaders need to recognise this, writes Bill Hancox. 13 March 2017
  • Hospitality trumps customer focusMany organisations believe good hospitality is entirely client-focused, but in reality it requires an organisation to create a pleasant environment for everyone, writes Marcel Groenenboom. 13 March 2017
  • International Women's Day: today's gender reality in FM and the wider worldMake some noise - it is only then that change happens and we won't have to explain to our daughters why they are getting paid less than their brothers in the future, writes Safron Huntly. 08 March 2017
  • Gender: a better balanceThe security industry is making steady progress to address its gender imbalance, and there are plenty of the initiatives that this sector, as well as the wider FM profession, can learn from, writes Amanda McCloskey. 08 March 2017
  • A flexible approach to the apprenticeship levyLori Douglas is learning and development manager at Landmarc Support Services. 06 March 2017
  • Life in a 118-year-old buildingEda Wan, a facilities manager at the Institution of Chemical Engineers, on the challenges of FM in a protected building. 14 February 2017
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