An integrated facilities management approach is among the latest ways facility managers can lower total cost of ownership and improve efficiency. Of course, it all depends on knowing the existing weaknesses and areas of value-leakage first.Read More..
resources and environments for guests and team members, facilities managers have been forced to evolve again, considering the benefits of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) planning in operations. In other words, their roles have risen to the degree of Chief Sustainability Officer, says FacilitiesNet, especially in smaller organizations. In addition, the use of actionable data—a […]Read More..
Today’s Facilities Managers have a mountain of responsibilities, and it can feel like every day brings some new best practice or standard. The use of environmental, social, and governance data is one of these changes to the foundation of traditional facilities management. Although imposing, the application of such data can help Facilities Managers make informed […]Read More..
From big-box retailers like Walmart to smaller multi-site retailers, the application of environmental, social, and governance data (ESG) risk management is empowering organizations with more information about how their organization stacks up against the competition concerning sustainability and how to best implement similar strategies. Today’s consumers want to do business with organizations that have sustainability […]Read More..
The world of facilities management tech is expanding. Facilities Managers have access to more information than ever before, and the need to optimize systems is delivering systems that are more self-sufficient than ever before. With advances in the IoT and AI, facilities management tech has grown smarter and can increasingly handle its own crises, within reason of […]Read More..
Facilities Managers have a tremendous opportunity in today’s era to leverage actionable maintenance data and make informed decisions – in real-time. The use of this data holds great value in addressing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations. This is the foundation of ESG management, and it allows Facilities Managers to continuously focus on how existing […]Read More..
The application of environmental, social and governance data holds significant promise for Facilities Managers, it can help facilities determine what investment decisions are best, and it empowers teams with more information about how to reduce disruption to consumers. The proper use of ESG data lowers operating expenses and provides a boost to profitability and brand […]Read More..
The application of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk management helps an organization determine how its operations impact both society and the environment. It serves as a way to connect facilities management to a broader picture, including customers, regulations, and the ecosystem. Today’s Facilities Managers have access to more data for making informed decisions, including […]Read More..
Corporate real estate facilities management is starting to feel the effects of millennials’ buying power and sustainability-driven habits. CRE providers will need to change how they handle facilities management to keep tenants happy and reduce spend. Meanwhile, recent changes in legislation and changing roles of Facilities Managers will continue to revolution CRE facilities management, and […]Read More..
The application of environmental, social, and governance factors and risk management strategy in facilities management is relatively new. The idea first arose in the early 2000s when investors began to think about how nonfinancial factors could influence return on investment, and specifically, facilities have faced increasing pressure in recent years to implement sustainable initiatives. This […]Read More..