BIM, AI, VR, drones, IoT, Li-Fi, predictive analytics, computerised management systems, etc., seem to cause facilities practitioners to be excited for these advanced technologies for facilities management and many are struggling to understand and pressured to implement them. Due to change in technologies, FM tends to focus on activities rather than its key mission’s results.…
As a Facilities Management Professional, know that one of the key competency valued by most organizations is the ability to implement change.
In facilities management, there are constant and never ending opportunities for us to continually improve on the physical workplace, the building systems, and support services. Yet, often, we are letting the opportunities to pass us by because we struggle much with our confidence in gaining the approvals from management and stakeholders.
In today’s dynamic business environment, organizational change is inevitable to remain competitive. As long as organizations are adapting to new circumstances, their workplace demands will change.