In today’s constant change and development in the practice of facilities management affect the widening and variety of scope that the facilities management practitioners need to take on. To take on these dynamic challenges and achieving the goals requires leadership. There are as many ideas about leadership as there are writers, such as the Situational…
In our last FPNet (www.fpnet-sg.com) meeting, we discussed about how to present the values of FM initiatives to get the buy-in from management and stakeholders. Few scenarios were used, from problems to opportunities, to demonstrate on how to make a case for change, in contributing values to organisation so as to raise the recognition of FM to as a value-add function to organisations.
This statement is very relevant to the practice of FM, especially the works entail numerous routine and non-routine works, managing users’ request, potential projects as initiators to align with organization’s plans and objectives.
As a Facilities Management Professional, know that one of the key competency valued by most organizations is the ability to implement change.