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Facilitating change

Organisations are subject to continual change, yet their facilities often remain static, impeding progress that is critical to business success. We ask Dave Wilson, FRICS, IFMA Fellow and Director of Effective Facilities Ltd, how facilities managers can manage change to ...

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Outsourcing projects are six times more likely to succeed with excellence in Change Management

A new White Paper by ISS reveals that projects with ‘excellent’ change management in place are six times more likely to meet objectives than those with ‘poor’ change management – and even those using ‘good’ change management are five times more ...

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Preparing for a connected future: Workplace Week 2013 Convention

Around 60 delegates attended this year’s Workplace Week 2013 Convention, held at PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC’s) Thames-side headquarters in More London on Tuesday 5 November and organised by Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA). The convention was part of a week-long showcase of innovations ...

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Change agents – getting change right the first time!

How many projects claim great deeds only to be deemed a failure months or even weeks after completion? With research indicating that, on average, organisations only achieve 45% to 55% of intended project benefits, James Farrow, director at Curium Solutions, ...

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