1.Changes To Office Communication
The most successful facility operators are the ones who are the most flexible. There’s nothing wrong with developing a routine to get regular tasks accomplished, but as older workers retire, are you willing to modify some of those routines to accommodate the younger members of the “digital revolution” that are taking their place? For example, in the past you may have had held meetings to discuss schedules or other work issues. But today’s device friendly software offers apps that allow supervisors to be in constant contact with workers who are in constant contact with their smartphones. Are you taking advantage of this?
2.Green Is Here To Stay
g for “green” suppliers and sub-contractors as well, in terms of both price and quality.
3.You Can Never Be Too Educated
Complex building systems can make life easier, safer, and environmentally better in many ways for those who both work in and maintain these facilities. But these more complex systems mean more training in order to operate them, as well as ongoing training to reflect updates. Facility managers will need not only need to keep abreast of these training needs, but special needs within them, such as for bilingual employees.
4.Being Able To Do Business In An Emergency Is Good
5. Working From Home (Or On The Road)
6. Changing Office Structures
7. Embracing (Appropriate) Technology