In times of a global pandemic, what do you envision possibilities for FM future?
What is possible for FM in raising its recognition and respect as a value-add function?
How may FM evolve during and post-pandemic in keeping pace with business and social changes?
Value-Based Facilities Management provides the I-S-C FM Value model intended to guide facilities practitioners to deliver services that matter and valued by their organisations. It helps to direct decisions, priorities, enables them to focus on the essentials, that guides the practice of FM to facilitate business success.
It is the value of FM that sets itself apart from other alike professions. Value communicates what is important. Value affects strategic directions. Value Influences behaviours. Value Inspires action!
Value-Based Facilities Management is developed with the intention to advance the practice of FM, keeping pace with organisational change, in a dynamic and competitive business environment, to serve as a strategic relevance and resource to an organisation. It provides a strong foundation for facilities practitioners and challenges the dated perceptions of the profession with solid reasoning.
The key objectives of developing the practice of VBFM are to:
- Encourage facilities practitioners to establish a Unique Value Proposition statement for their FM function;
- Guide facilities practitioners to focus on value sustenance and contributions to their organisations;
- Serve as a compass to consciously direct facilities practitioners’ efforts to work that will be valued by their organisations.
- Provide a blueprint, a step-by-step guide, on how facilities practitioners can stop “firefighting” and start to take proactive steps to intentionally contribute value to organisations.
I will be conducting a ONE-day Instructor-Led Online Training via zoom on 19 Jan 2021, 9am – 5pm (Singapore Time). Value-Based Facilities Management is intended for both seasoned and those who are new in the field of facilities management.
Note that each participant will be given a printed copy of the Value-Based Facilities Management” book that is valued at USD 29.00.
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